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History

2014
September Niuw Glinik has a new logotype

New Image of NiUW Glinik brand

NiUW GLINIK, image changing process is completed which results in the introduction of a new logo.

The new graphic symbol reflects not only the company's potential, but also the credibility, professionalism, and consistent pursuit to meet  its objectives.
2011
TDJ Group - as owner of Glinik Niuw

Glinik part of TDJ Group

Agreement of intent between Inwest "GLINIK" and TDJ Polish Investment Group is completed regarding the acquisition of GLINIK Capital Group from Gorlice.
TDJ acquired 87.8% shares of Fabryka Maszyn "GLINIK" SA and thereby gained control over its subsidiaries.

It begins with an intensive restructuring process, which initiates change in the company's image both at international and local level.
2001
The National Investment Funds

Inwest Glinik

Inwest “GLINIK” Sp. z o.o. Managerial-employee partnership is established which purchases 87,84% of Fabryki Maszyn „Glinik” S.A. shares, from The National Investment Funds.
1996
Changig of the structure of Glinik

Participation in The Public Privatization Program

There is an intensive restructuring of the company through the sale of social assets, land and buildings. The structure of the company has changed gradually into a holding; production and service facilities have been established as follows: Kuźnia GLINIK Sp. z o.o., Narzędzia i Urządzenia Wiertnicze Glinik Sp. z o.o. and Zakład Maszyn Górniczych Glinik Sp. z o.o.
1992
Becoming of Fabryka Maszyn

Fabryka Maszyn Glinik S.A.

The company is converted into Fabryka Maszyn GLINIK S.A. (company wholly owned by the State Treasury).
1980
Developing of production

Production development

In the 1980s there was a tremendous development of the production of mechanized longwall  housings and powered support roofs.New products for coal mining appeared in the company’s offer: high-performance mechanized longwall systems, conveyors etc.. Sales export to the East continued developing.
1973
Fabryka Maszyn Wiertniczych i Górniczych Glinik

Changing Name

The company is renamed Fabryka Maszyn Wiertniczych i Górniczych GLINIK.
1968
Production for coal mining sector commences

Production for coal mining sector commences

Production for coal mining sector commences. The company starts manufacturing machines and equipment for mechanization of mining in coal mines.
The company implements serial production of hydraulic supports and mechanized powered roof supports. A new plant with a forge, die blocks hall and power plant is built. Production development is based mainly on its own technological design. New sales markets are explored eg China, England, Hungary and Yugoslavia.
1962
Fabryka Maszyn i Sprzętu Wiertniczego Glinik

Fabryka Maszyn

Fabryka Maszyn i Sprzętu Wiertniczego GLINIK is founded to manufacture machines and equipment for mechanization of mining in coal mines. The company implemented a serial production of hydraulic legs and mechanized powered roof supports. A new plant with forge, die blocks hall and power plant is built.
1951
Fabryka Maszyn i Sprzętu Wiertniczego in Glinik- State Company

State-owned Company

Fabryka Maszyn i Sprzętu Wiertniczego in Gliniku – State-owned Company the Factory develops, new production halls and warehouses are built together with the modernization of production lines. New social facilities are also built.  GLINIK factory regains its former high position on the market of equipment, tools and drilling accessories. The company starts production of rotary tools – tri-cone bits, and manufactures rigs for deep drilling.
1941
Centralne Warsztaty Naftowe

Eccentric drill bit

The factory changes its name to Centralne Warsztaty Naftowe and shortly after that starts production of rotating equipment – tri-cone bits, drilling machines for deep drilling.
The first production of eccentric drill bits  are carried out and GLINIK obtains the patent for these products. It is successful on a global scale.
1906
1906-1912 Fabryka Maszyn i Narzędzi Wiertniczych

Rich offer

The Drilling Machinery and Tools Factory of the Galician Carpathian Oil Stock Society offers products of a very high technical level, including:
  • complete Canadian type drilling rigs
  • complete pumps for extracting oil
  • two-cylinder steam machines
  • all types of drill string and many other products of higher and higher quality.
1899
The first batch of eccentric drills

Eccentric drills

The first production batch of eccentric borers was patented. That would be a global success.
1985
A Galician Carpathian Oil Joint-Stock Society

Developing

W.H. Mac Garvey and J.Bergheim obtain a concession for establishing A Galician Carpathian Oil Joint-Stock Society with the headquarters in Glinik Marijampole. With vast areas of crude oil reserves in the eastern and western Galicia, the Society is a leader in crude oil drilling and production of mining equipment. In a short time the workshop begins to function as an independent Fabryka Maszyn i Narzędzi Wiertniczych in Glinik, and is the best facility involved in crude oil production in Europe.
The factory gradually extends its product range. Produces a complete drilling equipment, pumps, exhaust steam, hammer drills, sets of tools and equipment for drilling rigs. In addition to domestic sales markets it exports its products to almost all countries with crude oil reserves, including Romania, the USSR, Austria, India, Syria, Argentina and Peru.
During the war the factory is owned by a German concern Karpathen Oil AG.
1883
  A refinery and Repair Workshop

Beginnings

The Canadian engineer William Henry Mac Garvey together with the financier John Simeon Bergheim establishes a refinery and Repair Workshop for servicing that refinery after settling down in Glinik Mariampolski near Gorlice..
 
Along with the increase of demand for drilling equipment the plant becomes the most important factory in the region.

New Image of NiUW Glinik brand

NiUW GLINIK, image changing process is completed which results in the introduction of a new logo.

The new graphic symbol reflects not only the company's potential, but also the credibility, professionalism, and consistent pursuit to meet  its objectives.

Glinik part of TDJ Group

Agreement of intent between Inwest "GLINIK" and TDJ Polish Investment Group is completed regarding the acquisition of GLINIK Capital Group from Gorlice.
TDJ acquired 87.8% shares of Fabryka Maszyn "GLINIK" SA and thereby gained control over its subsidiaries.

It begins with an intensive restructuring process, which initiates change in the company's image both at international and local level.

Inwest Glinik

Inwest “GLINIK” Sp. z o.o. Managerial-employee partnership is established which purchases 87,84% of Fabryki Maszyn „Glinik” S.A. shares, from The National Investment Funds.

Participation in The Public Privatization Program

There is an intensive restructuring of the company through the sale of social assets, land and buildings. The structure of the company has changed gradually into a holding; production and service facilities have been established as follows: Kuźnia GLINIK Sp. z o.o., Narzędzia i Urządzenia Wiertnicze Glinik Sp. z o.o. and Zakład Maszyn Górniczych Glinik Sp. z o.o.

Fabryka Maszyn Glinik S.A.

The company is converted into Fabryka Maszyn GLINIK S.A. (company wholly owned by the State Treasury).

Production development

In the 1980s there was a tremendous development of the production of mechanized longwall  housings and powered support roofs.New products for coal mining appeared in the company’s offer: high-performance mechanized longwall systems, conveyors etc.. Sales export to the East continued developing.

Changing Name

The company is renamed Fabryka Maszyn Wiertniczych i Górniczych GLINIK.

Production for coal mining sector commences

Production for coal mining sector commences. The company starts manufacturing machines and equipment for mechanization of mining in coal mines.
The company implements serial production of hydraulic supports and mechanized powered roof supports. A new plant with a forge, die blocks hall and power plant is built. Production development is based mainly on its own technological design. New sales markets are explored eg China, England, Hungary and Yugoslavia.

Fabryka Maszyn

Fabryka Maszyn i Sprzętu Wiertniczego GLINIK is founded to manufacture machines and equipment for mechanization of mining in coal mines. The company implemented a serial production of hydraulic legs and mechanized powered roof supports. A new plant with forge, die blocks hall and power plant is built.

State-owned Company

Fabryka Maszyn i Sprzętu Wiertniczego in Gliniku – State-owned Company the Factory develops, new production halls and warehouses are built together with the modernization of production lines. New social facilities are also built.  GLINIK factory regains its former high position on the market of equipment, tools and drilling accessories. The company starts production of rotary tools – tri-cone bits, and manufactures rigs for deep drilling.

Eccentric drill bit

The factory changes its name to Centralne Warsztaty Naftowe and shortly after that starts production of rotating equipment – tri-cone bits, drilling machines for deep drilling.
The first production of eccentric drill bits  are carried out and GLINIK obtains the patent for these products. It is successful on a global scale.

Rich offer

The Drilling Machinery and Tools Factory of the Galician Carpathian Oil Stock Society offers products of a very high technical level, including:
  • complete Canadian type drilling rigs
  • complete pumps for extracting oil
  • two-cylinder steam machines
  • all types of drill string and many other products of higher and higher quality.

Eccentric drills

The first production batch of eccentric borers was patented. That would be a global success.

Developing

W.H. Mac Garvey and J.Bergheim obtain a concession for establishing A Galician Carpathian Oil Joint-Stock Society with the headquarters in Glinik Marijampole. With vast areas of crude oil reserves in the eastern and western Galicia, the Society is a leader in crude oil drilling and production of mining equipment. In a short time the workshop begins to function as an independent Fabryka Maszyn i Narzędzi Wiertniczych in Glinik, and is the best facility involved in crude oil production in Europe.
The factory gradually extends its product range. Produces a complete drilling equipment, pumps, exhaust steam, hammer drills, sets of tools and equipment for drilling rigs. In addition to domestic sales markets it exports its products to almost all countries with crude oil reserves, including Romania, the USSR, Austria, India, Syria, Argentina and Peru.
During the war the factory is owned by a German concern Karpathen Oil AG.

Beginnings

The Canadian engineer William Henry Mac Garvey together with the financier John Simeon Bergheim establishes a refinery and Repair Workshop for servicing that refinery after settling down in Glinik Mariampolski near Gorlice..
 
Along with the increase of demand for drilling equipment the plant becomes the most important factory in the region.