The background to the establishment of the Minsk Electrotechnical Plant named after V. I. Kozlov was typical for many enterprises of that time. After the end of the Great Patriotic War, a great deal of reconstruction of cities and villages was launched in the republic. An important role was given to the electrification of the country.
A lot of electrical equipment needed for the powerful energy development . A new venture was established to create it .
By order No. 11898-P of 09/29/1950, the USSR Council of Ministers ordered the USSR Ministry of Power Plants and Electrical Industry to build a plant for the production of electrical control boards in the Belarusian SSR in 1952-1953.
By order No. E-472, the USSR Ministry of Electrical Industry included the plant of electrical control boards in the BSSR into the number of enterprises under Glavenergoprom.
By order of the Council of Ministers of the USSR No. 1392 of January 21, 1953, a design task was approved for the construction of a plant for electrical control boards.
By order of the Ministry of Electrical Industry No. 38-K of February 13, 1953, Nikolay Ivanovich Denis was appointed director of the electric control boards plant under construction.
On April 4, 1953, land was allotted with an area of 10.2 hectares in the fields of the Frunze collective farm three kilometers from Minsk.
In June, the construction of the plant for electrical control boards began.
In January, the Ministry of Electrotechnical Industry (Minelectrotechprom) approved the amended design task.
In January, Yevgeny Vasyurenko was appointed chief engineer.
In July, 1000 sq. M. m production area.
In August, the development of the production of the TM-30 transformer and KU panels began.
In November-December on the area of 4100 square meters. m was carried out in parallel with the production of SMR and electrical products.
In December, the first products were produced (TM-30 and KU).
The first 31-apartment building was built.
By the Order of the Ministry of the Electrotechnical Industry of the USSR No. 480 of 12/12/1956, the plant was renamed the Minsk State Union Electrotechnical Plant.
The 1st place in the socialist competition among all enterprises of the Ministry of Electrical Engineering and Industry with the award of the Red Banner is taken.
Started the production of transformers on magnetic cores with oblique joint technology “Georg”.
By the decision of the executive committee of the administration of the Partizansky district of Minsk No. 20 of December 24, 1996, the plant was renamed into the State Enterprise “Minsk Electrotechnical Plant named after V.I. Kozlov.
Started own production of winding wires.
By the order of the Minister of Industry of the Republic of Belarus No. 208 of April 7, 2001, the plant was renamed into the Production Republican Unitary Enterprise “Minsk Electrotechnical Plant named after V.I. Kozlov.
The equipment of flexible sheet processing technology was introduced in the blank production at coordinate punching and sheet bending presses according to LVD technology.
By the Decree of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus No. 1018 dated August 10, 2007, the State Production Association “Minsk Electrotechnical Plant named after V.I. Kozlova “with the inclusion of JSC” Lida Electrozavod “. Later, by orders of the Minister of Industry of the Republic of Belarus No. 759 of November 8, 2011 and No. 330 of April 30, 2012, more than 10 organizations were included in the association, including such large enterprises as JSC ZSKA, JSC Raton, JSC “SZOS”.
The production of transformers with vacuum drying of active parts using the Mayer technology has begun.
There have been expanded measures for a broad modernization: the reconstruction of the Kolyadichi industrial base, the relocation of production facilities and other measures.
By the order of the State Committee on Property of the Republic of Belarus No. 296 dated December 27, 2013, the plant was renamed to Open Joint-Stock Company Minsk Electrotechnical Plant named after V.I. Kozlov.
Alexander Vladimirovich Losev was appointed Chief Engineer.
The equipment for semi-automatic production of windings using the “Hedrich” technology has been introduced.
By the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus No. 845 dated August 29, 2014, the holding “Minsk Electrotechnical Plant named after V.I. Kozlov ”, the management company of which is the Minsk Electrotechnical Plant named after V.I. Kozlov.
Today Minsk Electrotechnical Plant named after V. I. Kozlov is one of the world leaders in the production of power distribution transformers and various switchboard devices.
We produce a wide range of electrical equipment:
- power transformers: dry-type (25 … 3150 kV · A) and oil-immersed (16 … 3200 kV · A);
- complete transformer substations (16 … 1600 kV · А);
- multi-purpose transformers (up to 40 kV · A);
- measuring current transformers 0.66 (10 … 5000 A);
- devices for cathodic protection of underground metal structures.
A team of professionals is constantly working to improve the technical parameters of the product, its visual appeal, to meet the product requirements of today’s consumers.