The plant for unified and special units for automatic casting lines The Pinsk Foundry Equipment Plant was renamed into the Pinsk Production Association for the Production of Foundry Equipment (POLO).
November 18, 1971
The date of the company birth (the Minister of the Machine-Tool Industry of the USSR signed order No. 312 "On the construction of a plant for unified and special units for automatic casting lines").
The construction beginning of the plant for unified and special units for automatic casting lines.
The first stage of the plant for unified and special units for automatic casting lines was put into operation, the plant became an operating enterprise.
December 30, 1974
Commissioning of the facilities of the first start-up complex of the plant of unified and special units for automatic casting lines. For 1030 days the plant was built and put into operation, 354 units of echnological equipment were installed and debugged.
The company was renamed into Pinsk Foundry Equipment Plant, the beginning of foundry equipment production (four models of equipment).
Fabrication of technological foundry equipment (21 models), including 8 models of the new previously not produced in the USSR.
Introduction of the second start-up complex, production beginning of automatic lines for molding, mechanization equipment for metal casting under pressure, robotic manipulators for foundries.
The Pinsk Foundry Equipment Plant was renamed into the Pinsk Production Association for the Production of Foundry Equipment (POLO).
1980 — 1985
Production of various types of automatic filling and dosing equipment for ferrous and non-ferrous metals; design and production of mechanized complexes with remote control for cleaning heavy castings of serial and large-scale production; Serially produced manipulators for automatic pouring of liquid metal, automatic lubrication of molds, equipment complexes for removing finished castings from the machine area.
The Plant for Forging and Pressing Automatic Lines (KPAL).
The beginning of plant construction for automatic lines for cold forging, later renamed as the Plant for Forging and Pressing Automatic Lines (KPAL).
1976 — 1980
Stage-by-stage launch of the KPAL capacities, commissioning of the first stage of the plant.
Production of the first 300 press-forging machines and 30 automatic lines.
1980 — 1985
The production beginning of knuckle-joint coin and for cold extrusion presses, automatic machines for pressing products from metal powders and their calibration, press brakes with a rotary bolster, devices for press mechanization and others.
July 18, 1985
The Pinsk Production Association for the Production of Foundry Equipment (POLO) and the Plant for Forging and Pressing Automatic Lines (KPAL) were merged into the Pinsk Production Association for the Production of Forging and Casting Automatic Lines Kuzlitmash (PA Kuzlitmash, later SE Kuzlitmash, RUME Kuzlitmash).
Completion of the Kuzlitmash association capital construction.
Second half of the 1980s
Production of automatic lines, a kind of mini-workshops, in cooperation with a Romanian enterprise.
The end of the 1980s
A product line amounted more than 50 machines, including the famous knucklejoint coin presses, which gained particular popularity not only in the USSR, but also in such European countries as Belgium, Germany, Finland, Italy, Yugoslavia, as well as South Korea, India, China.
1986 — 1990
The special machinery for the manufacture of knitted metal mesh, equipment for the manufacture of parts by the method of cross-wedge rolling were designed and manufactured.
The product line amounted to 1073 pieces of equipment.
Manufacture and shipment of several unique coin and cold extrusion presses for India.
implementation of the ISO 9000 production quality system.
RUME Kuzlitmash was reorganized into Open Joint Stock Company Kuzlitmash.
September 25, 2012
OJSC Kuzlitmash is a part of the BELAZ-HOLDING
2013 to present
Large-scale modernization of production.
OJSC Kuzlitmash celebrated its 45th anniversary.
OJSC Kuzlitmash has shipped the first equipment in its history to the USA - Stripping unit 99913K. The installation, commissioning and training of the American company personnel was completed at the foundry in Indiana in March 2021.
The quality of Kuzlitmash forging equipment was approved by the European Certification Body. The CE certificate was obtained.
ISO 9001 — 2015 certificate obtained