The Zakład Budowy Maszyn “ZREMB” (Machine Construction Plant “ZREMB”) in Chojnice was launched on January 2, 1973. Initially, it was a part of the Kombinat Kujawskich Zakładów Maszyn Budowlanych “ZREMB” Solec Kujawski (Industrial Group of Kuyavian Construction Machine Plants “ZREMB” in Solec Kujawski), subsequently it became a part of the Pomorski Kombinat Maszyn Budowlanych “ZREMB-MAKRUM” (Pomeranian Industrial Group of Construction Machines “ZREMB-MAKRUM”) in Bydgoszcz.

Since 1982, it is operating as an independent and self-financing enterprise. Initially, in the plant were manufactured osinobuses – passenger bus installations on truck chassis, trailers – dump trucks for construction industry, machinery for cellular concrete factories, machines for indamental works – pile drivers. Later, heating tunnels for factories, residential houses and various types of semi-trailers – NB 61, ND 160, N 162 – were manufactured in the plant. In the 1980s, the range of products was expanded, and agricultural machinery, such as horse-drawn cultivators and potato diggers, swath pick-ups, were manufactured by the plant. Currently, the containers and steel structures are manufactured mainly by the company.

In February 1997, the Company was transformed into a Joint Stock Company with the name Zakład Budowy Maszyn “ZREMB -CHOJNICE” S.A. (Machine Construction Plant “ZREMB -CHOJNICE” JSC), as a result of privatization, whose majority shareholder was “Mostostal-Export” S.A. In March 2007, “Mostostal-Export” S.A. sold their shares of “ZREMB-CHOJNICE” to Mostostal-Export-Dom Sp. z o.o. (Ltd.) and during this period a decision was made to make the Company public.

In April 2008, the ZBM “ZREMB-CHOJNICE” S.A. Company made its debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

At present, the ZBM ZREMB-CHOJNICE S.A. Company, as a major company, creates a Capital Group, where currently, due to the low significance of the subsidiaries’ results for the Capital Group results, the major company ZBM ZREMB-CHOJNICE S.A