Years of experience
Types of equipment
We are a Ukrainian manufacturer of fire, rescue and specialized equipment. Br>
The industrial company Pozhmashina began its activity in 1927 - since then it has formed a wide range of equipment that rescuers need during emergency response. Even in Soviet times, the company managed to produce about 600 units of equipment per year, including for export to different countries. Br>
Our production is advanced technologies, high-precision equipment and processes are automated as much as possible. The design office of our company provides the foundation of domestic engineering innovative developments.
Today, our production facilities allow the State Emergency Service to provide the necessary amount of equipment annually. And on average - about 150 units of universal tanker trucks. We conduct regular training on the operation of fire trucks for DSNC drivers and provide 24/7 service support.
We also accept private orders. According to the requirements of the client, we construct cars with "0", we make them on the chassis chosen by the customer and complete with the most modern equipment.
All-wheel drive with increased volume of water for the forest zone or small spit machines up to 2 tons of water for the city - our company offers new solutions depending on the needs and characteristics of the outback areas.
The week of children’s excursions to the Company is over. The whole last Sunday was devoted to acquainting the students […]
Our heavy tank trucks АЦ -12 -100 -100 (6302) -252М 🚒🚒🚒 are already distributed on military units and stand on […]
The Company has many pleasant traditions, one of which is congratulating 🎉 anniversaries and employees 👨🔧 who are completing their […]
On June 1, the International Children’s Day, the doors of our Company were opened for the pupils of the Ladan […]
Our AC-8-50 (63022) -530M are already performing their combat missions and assisting rescuers in dealing with emergencies. And to work […]
“If only the management will think about the development of the Company, then the Company is doomed” – this was […]