Bryansk Automobile Plant (BAZ, Russian: Брянский автомоби́льный заво́д, БАЗ, romanized: Bryansky Avtomobilny Zavod) is a Russian manufacturer of military vehicles based in Bryansk, Russia. It was established in 1958 as a subsidiary of ZiL. It is one of the leading Russian military equipment manufacturers. It also produces off-road tractors and chassis with carrying capacity from 14 to 40 tons. Since 2015 it is part of the Almaz-Antey holding. Bryansk Automobile Plant was founded 4 June 1958 as a branch of the Moscow factory ZIL for the manufacture of components: driving axles, barrels, boxes handout, suspension and other components for automobiles ZIL-131. The basis for the creation of new business was the manufacture tractor Bizhytskoho steel plant . Already in 1959 from Moscow factory was moved production of vehicles for the army, and in 1960 on the base created a special closed design bureau and independent production. In 1961 the first development of the plant, BAZ-930, was tested, but the series did not go, and instead plant began production modifications Moscow ZIL-135L: ZIL-135LM, with manual transmission, processed BAZ-135MB and BAZ-135MBK. These machines differ typical four-axis location - average close together, front and rear spaced and managed. More information...

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