|Traded as||MCX: KMAZ|
|Headquarters||Naberezhnye Chelny, Tatarstan, Russia|
|Key people||Sergey A. Kogoghin, Director General|
|Products||Trucks & Buses|
|Revenue||US$ 3 billion|
|Owner(s)||Russian Technologies State Corporation(49.9%)
Troika Dialog (27.3%)
Daimler AG (11%)
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (4%)
KAMAZ (Камский автомобильный завод – КАМАЗ / Kamskiy avtomobilny zavod – translated: Kama Automobile Plant) is a Russian truck manufacturer located in Naberezhnye Chelny, Tatarstan, Russian Federation. KAMAZ opened its doors in 1976. Today, heavy duty models are exported to many areas of the world including Eastern Europe, Latin America, China, the Middle East, and North Africa. The trucks have won the Dakar Rally a record ten times. KAMAZ is the largest truck producer in Russia and the CIS. The factory produces 93,600 trucks a year (260 trucks a day). Reinforced KAMAZ trucks are used by the Russian army.
Construction actually began on 13 December 1969, but the first Kamaz rolled off the main assembly conveyor on 16 February 1976.
On 25 June 1990, the production association was transformed into an open joint-stock company.
On 14 April 1993, a fire destroyed the Kamaz engine factory.
Owners and management
The authorized capital of "KAMAZ" is 35.36 billion rubles. The shareholders of the plant as of June 2010 and:
- 49.9% of the shares owned by the state corporation "Russian Technologies State Corporation";
- 27.3% controlled by the company "Troika Dialog";
- 11% owned by Daimler[disambiguation needed] (package of 10% was sold to "Daimler" Company "Troika Dialog" for $ 250 million in early December, 2008);
- 4% of controls European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
At the same time, "KAMAZ" has a lot of minority shareholders (more than 76 thousand individuals).
In early March, 2008 and was elected to the Board of Directors of KAMAZ, which included 15 people, including:
- The mayor of the city of Naberezhnye Chelny (April 2010 - Prime Minister of Tatarstan) - Ildar Khalikov
- Head of the management Federal Agency for State Property Management (Rosimushchestvo) - Ivan V. Aksenov
- The Director-General of the "Russian Technologies State Corporation" Sergey Chemezov
Public company "KAMAZ" has more than 110 subsidiaries and affiliates, owns shares in the authorized capital of more than 50 different companies and businesses. Together they form the "Group of KAMAZ".
The group includes:
- Automobile Plant (Naberezhnye Chelny)
- Metallurgical Complex OJSC "KAMAZ"
- Kama Foundry (now one of the largest in Russia )
- Kamsky forging plant
- Kama Automotive Plant
- "Kama Press and Stamping Plant"
- Engine plant OJSC "KAMAZ"
- Company Remdizel
- JSC "Trade finance company" KAMAZ ""
- Of "Neftekamsk Automotive Plant" (NEFAZ) - manufactures buses and machinery on KAMAZ chassis
- Of "Trailer KAMAZ Inc." (formerly СЗАП (En:SZAP) of Stavropol)
- Dealership "Auto-force"
- OAO KamazTehObsluzhivanie
- Company "KAMAZavtotehnika"
- OAO RIZ (formerly of KAMAZinstrumentspetsmash)
- OAO "KIP" Master ""
- Company "KAMAZ-FINANCE"
- OAO "KAMAZ-CAPITAL"Scientific-Technical Center "KAMAZ"
- , Etc.
There are also foreign manufacturing facilities in the following locations : Afghanistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, India, Iran, Kazakhstan (AO "KAMAZ-Engineering), North Korea <! - According to the official website ->Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Chile, Ethiopia.
By 2006 KAMAZ was producing the following trucks:
- KAMAZ 6520 6x4 Dump truck & 6x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 6540 8x4 Dump truck & 8x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 6522 6x6 Dump truck & 6x6 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 55111 6x4 Dump truck & 6x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 65115 6x4 Dump truck & 6x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 65111 6x6 Dump truck
- KAMAZ 53605 4x2 Dump truck
- KAMAZ 43253 4x2 Side truck & 4x2 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 43118 6x6 Side truck & 6x6 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 43114 6x6 Side truck & 6x6 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 65117 6x4 Side truck & 6x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 53215 6x4 Side truck & 6x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 4326 4x4 Side truck & 4x4 Chassis truc
- KAMAZ 4326-9 Dakar 4x4 Dakar Rally Sport truck
- KAMAZ 4911 Extreme 4x4 Civilian Sport truck Dakar Rally
- KAMAZ 4308 4x2 Medium-range truck & 4x2 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 53205 6x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 53229 6x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 53228 6x4 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 54115 6x4 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 5460 4x2 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 65116 6x4 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 6460 6x4 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 6560 8x8 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ Typhoon 6x6 Armored infantry transport
6x4 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 44108 6x6 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 65225 6x6 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 65226 6x6 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 65228 6x6 Prime mover
- KAMAZ 4310 6x6 Chassis truck
- KAMAZ 43269 Vystrel (BPM-97) Wheeled armoured vehicle
- KAMAZ Barhan 4x4 multipurpose vehicle, a large prototype SUV built on a Kamaz-43501 chassis, made by CaRS, a private company. Original prototype was on a GAZ-66 chassis.
Kamaz with a full-trailer.
Kamaz military truck mounted with Pantsir-S1 air defense system.
Kamaz in center of Warsaw.
- "Новости. ОАО "КАМАЗ"". Kamaz.net. Retrieved 2009-07-14.
- Heather, Roderick (2011). Russia From Red to Black. Penpress. ISBN 978-1780032849.
- Nepomnyashchii, Alex (2010-06-21). ""Troika" depart to partners". Vedomosti № 111 (2629) (in Russian). (subscription required (. ))
- Stolyarov, Gleb; Fedorinova, Yulia (2007-05-17). ""Kamaz" does not pay the Federal Property Management Agency". Vedomosti, № 88 (1862) (in Russian). (subscription required (. ))
- www.dp.ru (11:39 7 March 2008). ""KAMAZ" approved candidates to the Board". Business Petersburg (Online) / Moscow / (in Russian). ISSN 1606-1829.
- KAMAZ-Metallurgy / / ROSFINPROM.
- "Russia's Medvedev congratulates Kamaz truck team with Dakar rally victory". RIA Novosti. 16 January 2011. Retrieved 25 July 2011.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to KamAZ vehicles.|
- Official website (English)
- KamazDakar website (English)
- Official website of the Kamaz-Master Team (Russian)
- English website for Russian Military Trucks (English)