The enterprise manufactures freight car bogie frames, bolsters, automatic couplings for freight and passenger cars, journal boxes for freight cars and much more.
Quality management system is implemented, operated and actively developed at the enterprise; a certificate of compliance is received; the conformity mark of voluntary certification for railway is allowed to be used. An experimental batch of new T-1 class "PMKP-110" cushioning devices was manufactured in cooperation with the scientists from the Bryansk State Technical University. This is the first in the world friction cushioning device that does not require any preliminary seating-in. Production organization for new freight bogie with axle load of 25 tons is in progress. The plant has started production of three-axle bogie cast parts of for dump cars.
The market share of car casting that belongs to the enterprise is 18% in CIS countries and 36% in Russia. The main consumers of BSZ products are the enterprises of Transmashholding, and BSZ is a part of Transmashholding.
Enterprise workforce is 4,186 employees.
MH Shipped Class TEM23 Diesel Locomotive to Russian Railways
The newest shunting diesel locomotive Class TEM23, built by Bryansk Engineering Plant (“BMZ”, a part of TMH), was shipped to Russian Railways for operational testing.
By Viktor Macha in 2005.
Plant facts and figures
The plant have an annual capacity of 3950000 tons.
The following processes are conducted in the plant:
- Steel making
This plant produces the following type of products:
he foundry on the outskirts of Brjansk was founded in 1935 and was one of the most modern foundries in the entire Soviet Union.
During the war years, the plant was evacuated and production relocated to Nizhny Tagil beyond the Urals.
The main production portfolio at that time were the T-34 tanks.
After the liberation of Brjansk, production was fully restored in 1946.
Since 1966, the foundry, in addition to the T-180 tractors, has focused on automotive and railroad industry.
In addition to the three original open-hearth furnaces (60 ton), the steel is also provided by modern electric furnaces.
Since 2002, Bezhitsa Steel Foundry is part of the Transmashholding Group, which is gradually modernizing its operations.
The photographs (2015) do not reflect the current state of the plant.