KAMAZ PTC has published financial results for 2021 according to RAS. Because of the company’s activities in the reporting period, a net profit of 4 billion 056 million rubles was received.

The revenue of KAMAZ PTC by the end of 2021 amounted to 248 billion 389 million rubles, exceeding the same indicator of 2020 by 34% (compare with the same period of the previous year – 185 billion 868 million rubles). The revenue growth is due to the dynamics of truck sales in the domestic market, the growing demand for the first model of the newest line of K5 – KAMAZ-54901 trucks and the increase in sales of passenger transport (buses, electric buses). Because of the company’s activities, a net profit of 4 billion 056 million rubles was received, which is 2.6 times more than in 2020 (compare with the same period of the previous year – 1 billion 545 million rubles).

In 2021, KAMAZ held a confident leadership in the Russian truck market with a GVW of over 14 tonnes: according to last year’s results, the company’s share in the Russian market achieved 44%.



The KAMAZ truck assembly plant is getting ready to deliver the first batch of new KAMAZ-65951 mining trucks.

Experts of the quality department are accepting three KAMAZ-65951 dump trucks at once at the line of assembly and delivery of vehicles. This vehicle represents a heavy line of four-axle trucks with GVW of 50 tonnes, is designed for transportation of various bulk cargoes, operation in quarries and at construction sites. In contrast to its predecessor KAMAZ-65801, new dump trucks of the K5 generation are equipped with KAMAZ-910 engines complying with the Euro 5 emission standards, generating 450 hp, with perforated frame, heavy duty batteries, original air filter and three-section metal bumper.

Based on trial assembly, experts of the promising vehicles assembly engineering group of the truck assembly plant jointly with the Research and Development Center modified equalizing beam suspension attachment. Besides, under their advice, the Smart Tool electronic system will be installed to ensure quality and fixed tightening torque.

Special attention was paid to the manufacture and installation of a massive three-sectional bumper. Together with participants of the Reengineering of Auto Production and Development of Advanced Vehicle Line project, they designed, made and tested special containers for delivery of details to the press and stamping plant, tables for sub-assembly, carts for sub-assembled bumper elements to be stored and transported to a position.

After acceptance, the four-axle chassis will go to NEFAZ to be equipped with dumping platforms with a volume of 20 cubic meters.

Serial production of the new vehicles is scheduled for June. By the end of the year, the truck assembly plant plans to assemble 185 KAMAZ-65951 trucks, and, in total, more than 300 dump trucks of the K5 generation.



On February 16, 1976, the first KAMAZ truck rolled off the main conveyor of the truck assembly plant. This became a major event within six years of the auto giant construction and a vivid historical fact for the top Russian truck maker and one of the world’s top auto producers.

In the 1960s, Russia faced an acute shortage of heavy-duty trucks. It was decided to build a new auto plant. The production of KAMAZ trucks was organized as quickly as possible. On December 13, 1969, the construction of the auto plant was started, and as early as on February 16, 1976, the first vehicle came off the main assembly line.

The first honorary crew of the high-sided KAMAZ-5320 truck which was numbered 000001 consisted of test driver Valery Peretolchin, installer Dmitry Zagrebelny, worker of KAMGESENERGOSTROY Rafis Sabirzyanov.

The first KAMAZ truck has survived to the present day. Having rolled off the conveyor, it was delivered to a customer, was working for a long time in Bashkortostan, later was bought out by KAMAZ and restored. Now this is one of the most precious exhibits at the Museum of KAMAZ PTC.

As early as in June 1979, the 100,000th truck rolled off the main conveyor. Production growth at KAMAZ was unprecedented for the USSR and world record breaking.

To date, KAMAZ PTC is a recognized leader of the Russian market not only by product deliveries, but also by state-of-the-art technologies applied. For these years, more than 2.3 million vehicles have been produced. KAMAZ trucks operate in more than 80 countries.

The company is actively designing and producing vehicles on a par with trucks of foreign make. A line of K5 generation trucks is expanding. Self-driving trucks, NGVs, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are being developed there.

KAMAZ is upgrading production processes at its premises, mastering new technologies and areas of work. Increasing sales of trucks on the domestic market contribute to spreading a dealer network. KAMAZ trucks are available in each Russian region.

Production performance is evidence to the fact that buyers are interested in KAMAZ trucks. Thus, in 2021, 44,136 units were produced, which is an 18% y-o-y increase (37,345 units for the same period last year). The company made 47,949 engines and power units (last year’s figures are 40,848 units, +17%). Spare parts were shipped for 2021 to the tune of 30.7 billion roubles (compare with last year’s 25.04 billion roubles, +22.6%).

According to the approved 2022 business plan, KAMAZ PTC plans to sell this year 45 thousand units of trucks, of them 39 thous. on the Russian market, 6 thous. for export. The volume of investments in 2022 is expected to reach 17 billion roubles. They include 12.6 billion roubles to be allocated for the development of a product range, and more than 1 billion roubles for R&D.