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The Huta Stalowa Wola (HSW) company was founded in 1937 and was originally engaged in the production of military equipment for the army.
Later, it was one of the first Eastern European industrial companies that decided to cooperate and license agreements with well-known European companies such as Jones Cranes Ltd. (1969), Stetter GmbH (1970), Coles Cranes Ltd. (1971), and American: International Harvester Co. (IHC); Clark Equipment Co. (1972).
A licensing agreement with IHC has enabled HSW to become the top European manufacturer of wheel loaders, crawler loaders, bulldozers and pipelayers, and a license from Clark Equipment Co. for the right to manufacture driving axles allowed the production of about fifteen thousand L-34 loaders developed in Poland.
In the seventies, new assembly and stamping shops and a gearbox building were built, and in the eighties HSW began to cooperate with Dresser Industries, Komatsu Dresser Co..
After 1990, the transition to market rails took place and Komatsu Dresser Co. provided the plant with an invaluable service for the most efficient entry into the world construction equipment market by providing its dealer network for product sales.
The Huta Stalowa Wola corporation has its own steelmaking and forging plants with MannesmanDemag, Komatsu equipment, tool divisions, heat and mechanical treatment shops.
Chinese concern Liugong Guangxi Machinery in 2012. acquired HSW, after which the plant became known as Liugong Dressta Machinery.