The plant is one of the pioneers of heavy machinery in Bulgaria. It was created in 1969 and in parallel with the first steps of its production activity, the first machine-builders of the region are also preparing here. Two years later, the base of the plant was expanded with another workshop – for the production of parts of
eccentric presses PE-25A and PE-40A / production of machine-building plant “N.Y.Vaptsarov” – Pleven / Until 1974, various but unspecified nomenclature items were manufactured. In the last months of that year, the first machines with the brand name of the plant – 45 pieces of eccentric presses EP-25A were produced. For two years, the company has been highly valued by its customers for the manufactured products, allowing it to expand the nomenclature sheet by producing new modification – eccentric presses PE-25A and PE-40A. Since 1980, with signing of a contract with the USSR for the production of guillotine shears, the management of the plant has begun a cooperative industrial activity and with overseas partners. The growth of production has increased rapidly and in 1987 it reached a volume of BGN 7.13 mln.
Main productions of the Belene plant for forging machine are EXCENTRIC PRESSES
The presses are intended for cutting, stamping, punching and bending details of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The control of the presses is electro-pneumatic – the command is performed by hands or by a treadle. Until the end of the five-year period, the production of guillotine shears and bending machine began – products from the n nomenclature of the French company “Jean Perro”. The tendency to expand the scope of the production nomenclature opens up
considerable reserves not only for updating the products, but also for increasing the number of the specialized production, but also for increasing the number of the team and expanding its professional qualification. Until 1995, the specialists with higher education increased by 17 people and the specialists with secondary education – 157 people. Compared to 1985 in 2000, public productivity has increased more than twice, and the average wage – twice!