Welcome to the Gough Group

The Gough Group is New Zealand and Australia's leading value-added solutions provider to the infrastructure, mining, forestry, transport and power system industries.

We’re a diverse group, made up of five trading subsidiaries incorporating ten distinct businesses.

We have some very strong brands of our own, plus we represent other key brands within different product categories including premium global brands such as Caterpillar, Hyster, SAF, and Palfinger in New Zealand and Australia.

As a privately owned New Zealand business, the Gough Group draws on a rich heritage stretching back over 80 years. In partnership with our global supply partners and longstanding customer relationships we’ve built a reputation for quality and integrity.

With more than 950 highly-skilled employees and a network of over 50 locations in both Australia and New Zealand, the Gough Group remains an integral and high-value partner within the industries we serve.

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If you thought you'd have to travel to the ends of the Earth to find your perfect career and lifestyle combination, well, youd be right. Because right now, your expertise with heavy equipment could see you enjoying great career opportunities and a golden quality of life in New Zealand.

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Gough Group Headlines

22 November 15

Palfinger Delivers NZ’s Biggest Knuckle Boom Crane

The brief was simple Tom Ryan wanted the biggest crane capacity possible fitted onto the front of a tractor unit ...

29 September 15

Gear Up for Summer with Gough TWL

The sun is beginning to shine…It's time to Gear-Up for Summer!

16 September 15

Gough Express Spring 2015

The latest edition of the Gough Express is out now. Available to view online.

27 July 15

Gough Group CEO chosen for Prime Ministers Business Scholarship.

Karl Smith, Gough Group CEO, has been selected to receive one of the Prime Minister’s Business Scholarship awards.

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