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Engels Reinforced Concrete Goods Plant No.6 was launched on 27 December 1970. At the moment, the plant was part of GLAVSREDVOLGOVODSTOY enterprise belonging to the Ministry for Land Reclamation and Water Management of the USSR.
In 1973, the Ministry for Land Reclamation and Water Management decided to organize production of steel-cored pressure pipes, under license of an US firm, Ameron.
On 5 March 1975, the experimental workshop of the plant, for the first time in the USSR, delivered the first batch of the steel-cored pressure pipes, and in 1978, a specialized complex was launched which was intended for the production of such pipes, capacity 200km pipes a year.
On 24 March 1981, for the successful fulfillment of the tenth five-year plan assignments, Engels Reinforced Concrete Goods Plant No.6 was awarded the Red Labour Banner Order, according to the Decree of the Supreme Council of the USSR.
On 26 December 1982, a joint treaty was signed as to handing the plant over to the Volga Railroad. It was decided to switch over to the production of goods required for railway facilities construction. In August 1983, a production line was commissioned which produced 250 thousand reinforced concrete ties per year. The plant also started to manufacture crossing slabs, pavement slabs, alignment marks and other products required for railway facilities construction.
In April 1998, the plant commissioned a new production line for manufacturing of railway ties and track switch bars, and on 20 August 2000, the third production line was officially launched; the line capacity is 250 thousand ties per year. At present, the production capacity of the plant is 1,250 thousand ties per year.