The shop transitions into Fabrykę Broni i Amunicji (The Gun and Ammunition Factory).
First patent (Patentschrift nr 91488) for Ammunition production is developed.
SMOK gun design and production launch takes place.
Company changes its production into machine tools.
Company takes its products to the POZNAN Automotive Fair to present breakthrough designs of the point locking milling machines and the sheet metal cutting knife.
Nationalisation of the company. The Polish government takes over ownership and management.
Company changes its name to Gniezno Metal Works Automotive Industry.
Merger with the United Automotive Industry “POLMO”.
Start of the construction of the new headquarters and production hall.
Unit merger with the Agricultural Machines Factory „POLMO” in Poznan.
New production line is introduced to assemble differentials for car brands such as Honker, and Tarpan (takeover the manufacturing from the Passenger Cars Factory in Warsaw).
The company decides to de-merge from the Agricultural Machines Factory. Followed by the formation of the POLMO Commerce Services in Gniezno.
Company is set for privatisation. POLMO Ltd. is established.