Plant history

1933 — the official date of creation of the plant. This year, the construction of the forge and mechanical workshops was completed and the first products were delivered.

1935 — commissioning of the iron foundry and woodworking shops; The name of the plant is “Armavir Mechanical Weight Plant”.

1939 — the plant was transferred to the Central Management System of Railway Engineering Factories of the NKPS; The new name of the plant is “State Union Armavir Machine-Building Plant.”

1940 — an increase in the number of products by 4 times compared to 1933.

1941 — production during the Great Patriotic War.

1942 — temporary cessation of the plant due to German occupation of the city.

1943 — restoration of the plant.

1950 — reaching the pre-war level of production.

1953 — the development of a complex telescopic tower.

1956 — production of new technologically demanding equipment — railway carts and trolleys, conveyor belts, pumping stations, carriages for agricultural machines.

1960 — large orders for the supply of equipment for construction projects of all-Union significance (KAMAZ, Bhilai Iron and Steel Works in India, BAM).

1961 — a sharp increase in export supplies — the plant’s products are exported to 25 countries.

1965 — the new name of the enterprise is “Railway Engineering Plant.

1967 — the beginning of the production of removable equipment WITH, equipment removable OS-2 and standardized removable equipment USO-2 for laying the track.

1969 — development of the production of a diesel locomotive TED-30 jack, a rack jack DR-7; supplies of equipment to the railways of the USSR, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Cuba.

1973 — Modernization of the manufactured equipment taking into account the requirements of customers: diesel DET-40 jack, unified removable equipment USO-ZAM, DR-8M rack jack.

1976 — Large supply of DET-40 jacks for the transition of Art. Julfa.

1985 — Supply of equipment for the construction of the Channel Tunnel.

1986 — Supply of DET-40 jacks and small-scale mechanization equipment to Cuba.

1989 — Production of jack installations UDS-120, UDS-160, UDS 200, unified removable equipment USO-4.

1992 — Withdrawal of the Zheldormash plant from the Mintyazhmash enterprises; foundation of Kubanzheldormash CJSC.

1993 — large deliveries for Indian, Bulgarian railways.

1995 — obtaining the status of “Leader of the Russian economy”; start of production of hydraulic tools for repair and current track maintenance.

1999 — high rating of the hydraulic tool according to the results of comparative tests; The plant has become one of the main Russian manufacturers of hydraulic tools for various purposes.

2000 — the beginning of the global modernization of the enterprise’s production facilities.

2003 — production of the portal crane KR-2M and electric tamper.

2004 — launch of a new compressor with a total capacity of 72.90 m3 / min, equipped with the new Atlas Copco GA 75 A FF compressors (Sweden); the launch of imported machining centers Mazak Integrex 300 and Mazak Multiplex 6100Y (Japan).

2006 — the launch of two new Mazak Variaxis 630-5X five-axis machining centers; launch of own power unit; the start of production of the RRS-80 rail cutting machine and rail boring machine RCC.

2007 — the beginning of the production of the universal wrench GP800 and power plants AB-4 and AD-4.

2009 — commissioning of seven Mazak machining centers and a grinding group of machines from SchleifringGroup. Serial production of new equipment has begun — a wrench and a hydraulic coupling for the PMG track machine manufactured by the Tikhoretsky Vorovskiy Engineering Plant.

2010 — a new section of gray cast iron was launched using XTS technology. A new machine shop No. 3 with a total area of ​​3200 square meters was commissioned.

2013 — the program for the global reconstruction of the enterprise “KZHDM 2013-2020”.

2014 — Laempe LL-20 core machine and Rosler RHBD 13-18 shot blasting machine was purchased at the foundry

2015 — global improvement of the workspace: the construction of a thermal section, the construction of a new building for the central health center, a new factory laboratory was built.

2016 — the Codere System 250-70 / 100 chemical-heat treatment line (Switzerland) was launched, two KASTO machines (Germany) were purchased for the non-standard equipment section, and installation of truck scales on the plant’s territory. < / p>

2018 — this year the anniversary is celebrated — 85 years to the plant.