About Roemheld UK

Roemheld (UK) Limited was founded in 1975 to supply innovative workholding solutions to the UK and Ireland. From our base in Hertfordshire, we are proud to provide workholding and materials handling solutions to a wide range of companies from large OEMs down to the smallest of machine shops.

We provide sales, service

and ongoing technical support to customers across varied industry sectors and we are involved in training programmes designed to support the next generation of engineers.

We are part of the Roemheld group, which incorporates the power workholding specialists HILMA and STARK and which is renowned for its leading research and development. Based at Laubach in Germany, the Roemheld group is widely considered to be the market leader in the field of hydraulic power workholding for metal-cutting production engineering.

We use our own products within our own manufacturing processes, so are well placed to understand the changing demands of the marketplace.


What we are doing


MACH 2024

MACH is a fantastic event for both exhibitors and visitors. Showcasing live, digital production systems in one space, under one roof, hundreds
of millions of pounds worth of business is discussed, secured and completed at the event.


130 “Bike Promobil” facilitate work on every bike and in every position

How do you assemble 120 different bicycle and e-bike models weighing between 5 and 28 kg quickly and ergonomically? At ROSE Bikes in Bocholt the production is organised as a flow production with flexible assembly carts from ROEMHELD. They are the result of a joint development project. The variable assembly lines are highly productive and ergonomic; with a pleasant and stress-free working atmosphere, the bicycle manufacturer also attracts new employees.


Constructive cooperation

If a manufacturer of workholding technology buys several 5-axes machining centres, these should certainly be equipped with their clamping elements and should be a reference for technically feasible solutions concerning effective set-up. The acquisition of three new Grob-Universal machines Series G350 and G550 by the Römheld GmbH required several changes – an effort that was worthwhile for both companies.