The Metrovagonmash factory in Moscow has been producing wagons for 117 years: The locomotives and wagons of cities such as Moscow, Baku, Tbilisi, Kharkov, Prague, Budapest are built at the "Metrovagonmash" factory in Moscow.
In the factory, the production stage of the wagons is carried out in sections. The wagons, which are subjected to a different operation in each section, are brought to light in the final stage and ready for delivery.
In the factory, the metro stations of St. Petersburg, Baku, Tbilisi, Kharkov, Prague and Budapest are designed and produced in different sizes and types, especially in the Moscow Metro, which is accepted as one of the world's largest metro systems and carries an average of 7-9 million passengers per day.
The factory will deliver 2017 locomotives and 104 wagons to the Moscow Metro until 832, with the last agreement it signed. It is noted that 100 workers complete the assembly of one wagon per day in order to make the orders ready.
Founded in 1897 in Moscow's Mıtişinskiy district, the factory has produced tram wagons for many years. The factory, which later started designing for the northern railway line, turned towards the military field during the First World War. The factory, which was awarded a medal of outstanding service for its work during the war years, is established on an area of 17 thousand square meters. The factory, which developed the locomotives and wagons used by the Moscow Metro, has its own designs.