The 10 Best Ironworker Machine Manufacturers & Brands for 2023

Top 10 Ironworker Machine Manufacturers

The following ten ironworker machine manufacturers are top companies in the world. They all have a long history and rich experience. Choosing any of them would be a wise choice. Please note that the following ranking is based on alphabetical order rather than company strength.

1. Durma


Founded in 1956, Durmazlar has one of the most modern production plants in the world for the industry in Bursa, Turkey. Three different ISO-certified factories produce different product lines and employ more than 1000 employees. The Durmazlar R&D center was established in 2010 and has added 50 engineers in the past two years.

Durmazlar is a major manufacturer of sheet metal manufacturing machines, with a total area of nearly 2 million square feet of global manufacturing facilities. Its manufacturing facilities are equipped with technologically advanced Industry 4.0 machines to improve production efficiency while creating high-end products.

2. Ermaksan


Founded in 1956, Ermaksan produces 3000 machines every year and covers an area of 80,000 square meters with 700 qualified employees. Eighty percent of Ermaksan’s products are exported to more than 70 countries worldwide through agents under the Ermak brand. Its products include CO2 flying optical CNC laser cutting machines, fiber optical laser cutting machines, plasma cutting machines, CNC punch presses, CNC press brake series, CNC/NC shear series, and iron worker series.

3. Geka


The Geka Group was founded in 1919. With many years of experience, the Geka ironworker (punching and shearing machine) has become an industry standard and is famous for its durability, accuracy, and user-friendly operation. While being pioneers in developing punching and shearing machines, they are constantly adjusting and improving them to meet the needs of the market and customers.


Founded in 1967, JMT USA is committed to providing various metal fabricating equipment for cutting, bending, rolling, and punching a variety of metals, plates, and structural steel. Its metal fabricating machines include press brakes, plate rolls, profile rolls, fiber lasers, ironworkers, shears, band saws, plasmas, weld positioners, and more.

5. Kingsland

HACO Kingland is a subsidiary of HACO Group, the global leader in CNC machinery. HACO Group operates manufacturing plants worldwide and has sales and service subsidiaries in all major countries. Kingsland is famous for its innovation and commitment to quality, and has focused on ironworker machines for more than 60 years.

6. Nargesa

Prada Nargesa is a family business founded in 1970, located near Barcelona, Spain, with over 40 years of experience in manufacturing industrial machinery. Their products include profile formers, hydraulic pumping machines, forging machines, propane furnaces, hydraulic press brakes, shears, broaching machines, and weld positioners.

7. Sahinler

Sahinler was founded in 1953 and reorganized in 1980 as a joint-stock company. In 2013, it successfully entered the Chinese market and established a representative office there. Their products include hydraulic profile bending machines, hydraulic four-roll rolling machines, hydraulic ironworker machines, and more.

Sahinler has ISO 9001 international quality system certification, EU CE certification, and Russian GOST certification.

8. Scotchman


Scotchman Industries, founded in 1967 and headquartered in the United States, is a leading manufacturer of metal manufacturing equipment, accessories, and custom tools. They produce a complete line of thirteen different hydraulic ironworkers ranging in capacity from 45 to 150 tons.

9. Sunrise Fluid Power

Sunrise Fluid Power

Sunrise Fluid Power has been specializing in the manufacturing of hydraulic ironworkers, pumping machines, bending machines, and other hydraulic machinery and equipment for over 30 years. Currently, Sunrise has the broadest range of models in hydraulic ironworker and punch and shear machines compared to any other manufacturer.

10. Piranha


Piranha was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in Kansas, central United States. In 2010, it established its Asian headquarters in Tianjin, China. The company has three major brands: Piranha, Bertsch, and WA Whitney. The Bertsch brand was founded in 1879 in the field of plate bending machines, and the Whitney brand was founded in 1907 in the field of plasma stamping compound machines and laser cutting machines.

Piranha, founded in 1974, is synonymous with ironworker machines, and its sales volume has always maintained the top spot in the United States. Piranha’s product series covers a range of machinery, including Whitney plasma cutting and stamping joint machining centers, Whitney laser cutting machines, Whitney fine plasma cutting machines, Piranha joint punching and shearing machines, Whitney fiber laser/plasma cutting compound machines, and more.

Final thoughts

The ranking above of the top brands of hydraulic ironworker machines is compiled and summarized based on the latest data and is for reference only. If you’re in need of an ironworker machine, any of the brands mentioned would be a good choice.

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