We are a company with a long standing tradition, we are part of history.
The history of ZAMET dates back to 1786. It was then that Fryderyk Lead smelter in Strzybnica (Friedrichshütte) in Silesia started the processing of non-ferrous metals.
During the period of 1922 – 1933 the plant operated under the name Polska Huta Skarbowa Ołowiu i Srebra – Polish treasury lead and silver smelter. In 1946, the business profile was changed to the production of machines and welded structures. The year of 1961 saw the adoption of the name “ZAMET” and the company’s development towards a multi-plant manufacturer of machinery and equipment for the metallurgy and processing of non-ferrous metals.
In 2004, the plant in Bytom – a unit established on the basis of the mechanical department of the former Zygmunt Ironworks (year 1845) – was incorporated into ZAMET Budowa Maszyn S.A. – a company with equally great tradition.
Currently, ZAMET Budowa Maszyn S.A. is part of the TDJ investment group – the largest Polish owner of production and engineering companies.