A private Turkish company that manufactures and markets hydraulic work machines.
Machinery manufactured by the company was used in the demolition of Palestinian houses in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
In 2010, Hidromek machinery was documented during the demolition of cisterns in the South Hebron Hills, West Bank. In January 2013, company bulldozers were also documented in the demolition of around 70 structures, including homes, animal shelters and other storage sheds, in the area of Al Maleh and Al Mayta villages, in the northern Jordan Valley, West Bank. In October 2018, company machinery was documented during the demolition and confiscation of school structures in the Palestinian village of Ibziq in the Jordan Valley.
In December 2012, company machinery was documented in a demolition in the Palestinian neighborhood of Beit Hanina in East Jerusalem. In August 2018, company machinery was documented in a demolition of a print shop in the Palestinian neighborhood of Silwan in East Jerusalem.