NEWAG group

COMPANYHISTORY

HISTORY

historia

1869

In 1869, the City Coun­cil of Nowy Sacz deci­des to send a dele­ga­tion to Vienna (with the par­ti­ci­pa­tion of repre­sen­ta­ti­ves of Tar­now) to recruit influ­en­tial poli­ti­cians – Fran­ci­szek Smolka and Julian Duna­jew­ski for the loca­tion of the rail­way thro­ugh Nowy Sacz.

In 1873 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary’s Par­lia­ment deci­ded to build a rail­way Tar­nów — Lviv, length 145.7 km of route run­ning thro­ugh Nowy Sacz.

1876 — for the newly-built railways,in Nowy Sacz a tech­ni­cal faci­lity iscre­ated cal­led Impe­rial — Royal Rail­way Work­shops — today NEWAG

Years 1880 — 1912 a gra­dual expan­sion of the Workshop.

During the First World War, work­shops have not been destroyed. They, rece­ived a new spe­cialty asso­cia­ted with the repair and manu­fac­ture of armo­red tra­ins for the Austro-Hungarian army.

1918

1918 — The first refur­bi­shed loco­mo­tive in inde­pen­dent Poland was the 308 series steam engine.

1922 — the “Work­shop” is rena­medto the “First Class Nowy Sacz Main Work­shop”, which employed about 1,800 people. The com­pany was divi­ded into depart­ments: steam engine, wagon and mechanical.

1939 — anti­ci­pa­ting the events of Sep­tem­ber 1939, some per­son­nel were eva­cu­ated and work­shop equ­ip­ment to Stanislawow

1945

1945 — cle­aring and resto­ra­tion of the work­shops and the launch of pro­duc­tion. 19 April 1945 was put into ope­ra­tion the first steam engine Ty2 series

1950 — Com­pany name chan­ged to the Polish State Rail­ways, Mecha­ni­cal Work­shop No. 3 in Nowy Sacz

1951 — Rena­med “Steam Engine — Wagon Repair Works No. 3 in Nowy Sącz”

1952

1952 — The work­shop is trans­for­med into an inde­pen­dent enter­prise after sepa­ra­ting from the PKP struc­tu­res and obta­ins a new name “Zakłady Napraw­cze Taboru Kole­jo­wego w Nowym Sączu”  - ZNTK, (Rol­ling Stock Repair Work­shops in Nowy Sacz)

1963 — reso­lu­tion of the Coun­cil of Mini­sters’ name “Zakłady Napraw­cze Taboru Kole­jo­wego w Nowym Sączu” are selec­ted for repair of die­sel rol­ling stock

1967 — “ZNTK Nowy Sacz” began repa­iring SM30 series locomotives

1972 — in June, a fare­well to the last repa­ired steam engine TKt48-166. In the same year the first SM42 loco­mo­tive was repaired

1976 – The 100th anni­ver­sary of the company

1977

1977 – pre­pa­ra­tions began for the repair of loco­mo­ti­ves SP42, SM48 and SM31

1982 — re-incorporation of the ZNTK to PKP structures

1991 — “Zakłady Napraw­cze Taboru Kole­jo­wego w Nowym Sączu” is beco­ming again an inde­pen­dent state enter­prise sub­or­di­nate to the Mini­stry of Transport

1994

1994 — Nota­rial Deed dated 6 Sep­tem­ber 1994 Mini­ster of Pri­va­ti­za­tion trans­for­mes ZNTK in a joint stock company

1995 — Company’s sha­res are bro­ught to the Natio­nal Inve­st­ment Funds, the majo­rity to X NFI Foksal

Early 2001 is a tense situ­ation, resul­ting from finan­cial dif­fi­cul­ties and a limi­ted num­ber of contracts

2001 — In June by the deci­sion of the Super­vi­sory Board of the Com­pany the mana­ge­ment is  chan­ged and the pro­cess of restruc­tu­ring begins. The same year, the first repa­ired in “ZNTK Nowy Sacz” elec­tric loco­mo­tive No. 379 EU07 was put into operation

2003
2003 — acqu­isi­tion of sha­res by the natio­nal inve­stor. Imple­men­ta­tion of quality sys­tem ISO 9001:2001

2004 — com­mis­sio­ning of the EN57 No. 1806 — the first repa­ired and moder­ni­zed elec­tric mul­ti­ple unit in ZNTK Nowy Sącz

In 2005, the Company’s name is chan­ged from the cur­rent “Zakłady Napraw­cze Taboru Kole­jo­wego w Nowym Sączu” to NEWAG S.A.

2005 — com­mis­sio­ning of the first repa­ired in Nowy Sacz elec­tric mul­ti­ple unit EN71 series

For­mal com­mis­sio­ning of the newly pro­du­ced in our com­pany, an elec­tric mul­ti­ple unit 14WE Series No. 01 for SKM w War­sza­wie Sp. z o.o.

2006

2006 — in May during his first pil­gri­mage to Poland, Pope Bene­dict XVI bles­sed manu­fac­tu­red by us “The Popes Train” being the gra­ti­tude for the pon­ti­fi­cate of John Paul II

2006 — 130 years of  our activity

2007 – Deli­very of the first moder­ni­zed loco­mo­tive 311D based on GE tech­no­logy for use in the LHS Ltd.

Deli­very of the first moder­ni­zed 6Dg loco­mo­tive for ISD Huta Czestochowa

2009 — Rece­iving a cer­ti­fi­cate for a brand new vehicle 19WE pro­du­ced by NEWAG S.A.

2010

2010 — Deli­very of the first moder­ni­zed loco­mo­tive 16D (SM48) to ope­rate in the LHS Ltd. In Poland
Deli­very of moder­ni­zed 6Dg loco­mo­tive to PKP Cargo.

Deli­very of four 19WE vehic­les to SKM War­szawa Sp z o.o.

Pro­duc­tion and deli­very of the first DMUs SA137, SA138 order by the Mar­shal Office of Pomor­skie Voievodeship.

The Polish Busi­ness Club titled us “Com­pany of the 2 decades”

2011

Signing a con­tract between the con­sor­tium con­si­sting of Sie­mens
Oester­re­ich and Newag S.A. and the War­saw Metro for sup­ply­ing 35 six-carriage INSPIRO metro trains.

Signing a con­tract between PKP Cargo S.A. and NEWAG S.A. for moder­ni­sing one hun­dred SM42 series locomotives.

Suc­cess­ful com­ple­tion of the cer­ti­fy­ing audit as a result of which Newag S.A. joined the group of com­pa­nies mana­ged accor­ding to the IRIS rev. 2. standard.

Signing a con­tract between Koleje Dol­no­ślą­skie  and Newag S.A. for sup­ply­ing  five 31WE vehicles.

Signing a con­tract between PKP LHS sp. z o.o. and NEWAG S.A. for moder­ni­sing five SM48 die­sel loco­mo­ti­ves for  ope­ra­tion at Linia Hut­ni­cza Sze­ro­ko­to­ro­wa [Broad Gauge Metal­lurgy Line] with regi­ste­red office in Zamość.

2012

NEWAG S.A. laun­ched the pro­duc­tion of a new NEVELO tram, desi­gna­ted num­ber 126N.

Deli­ve­ring the last of the five IMPULS (35WE) tra­ins for SKM [Fast Urban Rail] Warsaw.

NEWAG S.A. named “Wprost Inno­va­tor of 2012″.

Ope­ning the new pro­duc­tion hall desi­gna­ted to manu­fac­ture INSPIRO tra­ins for the War­saw metro.

Signing a con­tract between Koleje Mazo­wiec­kie and a con­sor­tium com­pri­sing NEWAG S.A. and Zakłady Napraw­cze Taboru Kole­jo­wego “Mińsk Mazo­wiecki” S.A for moder­ni­sing 34 tra­ins of the EN57 vehicles.

Perio­dic repair for 110 pas­sen­ger coaches for PKP Intercity.

Newag named  “The com­pany that trans­forms Polish indu­stry in2012″.

2013

IMPULS Elec­tric Mul­ti­ple Unit, manu­fac­tu­red by Newag, was the first train in Poland to exceed the speed of 211 km/h.

In June, the first train pro­du­ced for the War­saw metro, left the pro­duc­tion facility.

Signing a con­tract between PKP Cargo S.A. and NEWAG S.A. for moder­ni­sing thirty SM48 (15D) series die­sel locomotives.

Manu­fac­tu­ring  a new 222M Die­sel Mul­ti­ple Unit for Koleje Mazowieckie.

Deli­ve­ring the ninth IMPULS’ (35WE) train for SKM Warsaw.

Signing a con­tract for deli­very of 19 modern, three-section Elec­tric Mul­ti­ple Units for the Pro­vin­ces: Mało­pol­skie, Świę­to­krzy­skie, Pod­kar­pac­kie and Śląskie.

Signing a con­tract with PKP Inter­city for moder­ni­sing twenty SM42 series die­sel locomotives.

INSPIRO manu­fac­tu­red at NEWAG star­ted car­ry­ing pas­sen­gers of the 1st line of the War­saw metro.

On Decem­ber 5, 2013, NEWAG S.A suc­cess­fully laun­ched its IPO at the War­saw Stock Exchange.


Elec­tric Loco­mo­ti­ves Manu­fac­tu­ring Plan,
Branch in Gliwice

1899

On 30 March 1899 in Gli­wice, the Rail­way Mana­ge­ment pur­cha­sed a vast inve­st­ment area from the municipality.Located right next to the forest, this area was mar­ked off for the  con­struc­tion of the Loco­mo­tive Work­shops. On 21 June 1901 the archi­tec­tu­ral design was approved.

1904

The Royal Rail­way Loco­mo­tive Work­shops (Köni­gli­che Eisen­bahn — Loko­mo­ti­vwerk­stätte) were com­mis­sio­ned on Octo­ber 1st, 1904. In those days, they were one of the most state-of-the-art faci­li­ties in Ger­many. The Work­shops employed 230 people at that time. Soon, this num­ber incre­ased to 450 and, just before the out­break of the World War I, the Work­shops employed over 800people.

The year 1922 bro­ught a  the ple­bi­scite and  divi­sion of Upper Sile­sia, and the Work­shops rema­ined within the bor­ders of Ger­many under the name of Reichs­bahn — Aus­bes­se­rung­swerk, later to be chan­ged to Lokwerk.

Until 1939 the com­pany con­ti­nued to deve­lop,  even­tu­ally employ­ing over 2,400. At this time more than 60 repa­irs of dif­fe­rent types of steam loco­mo­ti­ves were being made per month.

During World War II, the Work­shops employed 4,000 people, mostly for­ced labo­urers and pri­so­ners of a branch of Auschwitz . In this period MRO ope­ra­tions, routine and acci­dent repa­irs of 120 steam loco­mo­ti­ves were made per month.

1945

On  Sep­tem­ber 17th, the repair plant was ope­ned under the name Main Steam Loco­mo­ti­ves Plant (Glowne Zaklady Paro­wo­zowe). On 14 July 1962,  repa­irs to the first elec­tric loco­mo­tive EU04-11 were completed.

1965

The plant com­ple­ted repa­irs on its hun­dredth elec­tric loco­mo­tive. In autumn 1970 repa­irs of steam loco­mo­ti­ves were discon­ti­nued, and at the begin­ning of 1971 the com­pany Zaklady Napraw­cze Loko­mo­tyw Elek­trycz­nych (Elec­tric Loco­mo­tive Repair Works) was foun­ded; the com­pany still ope­ra­tes under this name. In Febru­ary of the same year the repa­irs on the plant’sthousandth loco­mo­tive were completed.

1995

At the end of March 1995 the com­pany was trans­for­med into a sole-shareholder com­pany of the State Tre­asury.
In 1999 the com­pany TEAM (Tech­nics Engi­ne­ering Archi­tec­ture Mar­ke­ting) became the majo­rity sha­re­hol­der of Zaklady Napraw­cze Loko­mo­tyw Elektrycznych.

2008

In Sep­tem­ber 2008, the com­pany NEWAG from Nowy Sacz became the majo­rity sha­re­hol­der of Zaklady Napraw­cze Loko­mo­tyw Elektrycznych.

2013

On Febru­ary 20th, 2013 the com­pany chan­ged its name to Newag Gli­wice S.A. In August 2013 the first Polish multi-system elec­tric loco­mo­tive, Grif­fin, was desi­gned and pro­du­ced from the gro­und up.

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