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History of Dressta Tractors
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HSW was one of the first Central European industrial companies to cooperate and license with well-known Western European companies, such as Jones Cranes Ltd. in 1969, “Stetter GmbH” in 1970, “Coles Cranes Ltd“. in 1971 and by US companies: Clark Equipment Co. in 1972, “International Harvester Co.” (IHC) in 1972. The agreement with the IHC radically affected the further development of Huta Stalowa Wola.
Thanks to the forward-looking leadership of Huta Stalowa Wola, the licensing agreement with IHC made it possible for Huta Stalowa Wola to become a first-class Central European manufacturer of world-class pneumatic forklift loaders, track laying dozers.
The license provided by the company “Clark Equipment Co.” for the production of driving bridges made it possible to produce a large amount of loaders on the pneumatic type L-34 (more than 20,000 pieces), designed in Huta Stalowa Wola. New assembly shops, gear changes were built in the mid-seventies to support the further development of construction equipment.
In the early eighties, the partner of Huta Stalowa Wola instead of IHC became “Dresser Industries“, then “Komatsu America International Company“. The center for the development and research of construction machines made a significant contribution to the development of the construction of machines and their production.
Huta Stalowa Wola constantly increases the sale of manufactured cars through its distribution network. In the 80s and 90s, HSW strengthened its position as the leading manufacturer of construction equipment in Central Europe.
Huta Stalowa Wola is not an ordinary company engaged in the assembly of equipment and equipment that can be found all over the world. The holding has its own steel plant, including the equipment for the continuous casting of steel by Mannesman-Demag; forge matrix factory with equipment from “Komatsu“; plant for the production of gearbox with a computer control system processing gears; tool shop and other metallurgical, heat treatment and machining shops and production.
Nowadays, Huta Stalowa Wola continues to evolve. The free market economy mechanism in Poland replaced the centralized economy. Due to the business approach and opportunities offered by Komatsu Dresser Co. and according to the agreement of Huta Stalowa Wola, Huta Stalowa Wola was able, in the new economic environment, to organize the production and supply to the world market of machines that are in great demand.
“Huta Stalowa Wola” is the largest Polish manufacturer and one of the world leaders in the manufacture of earth-moving road-building and mining equipment, located 250 km south-east of Warsaw. The company covers an area of ??605,700 square meters and employs over 8,000 people.
Thus, products under the “Dressta” trademark are a combination of more than 50 years of experience in the development of an enterprise, cooperation and extensive experience in extensive