The cousins Filip Porges and August Lederer founded Brünn-Königsfelder Maschinenfabrik Lederer & Porges for metalworking and engineering production.
Business entered in the Commercial Register. The first tank car produced. The first patent granted for a steam boiler.
The company became part of the Wagon Factories Association. The first fire in the factory.
The company participated in the exhibition in Vienna.
Business incorporated into the Simmerng company from Vienna. The first bridge (for Serbia) and the first drilling tower were built.
Nine-hour working day introduced.
Oxy-acetylene welding and oxygen burning used for the first time in production.
Registration of products for patents, e.g. heating of outlets for discharge with steam, hot water, vertical cylindrical countercurrent liquid cooler.
Purchase of patent for the production of two-stroke diesel engines.
Construction of new grey cast iron foundry.
Major fire (the fifth). The model warehouse and workshop burned down. Crane production started.
Split from Simmering (although it still owns 80 % of shares). Královopolská továrna na stroje a vagony, joint stock company, is set up.
The 15 000th railway wagon is produced.
Královopolská saved from closure by a large order and supplies for the USSR.
The bridge works produced the first welded railway bridge (for Banská Bystrica).
The enterprise is incorporated into the První brněnská strojírna concern, including a newly defined production programme
Death of founder August Lederer. The enterprise is incorporated into the Herrman Göring Werke concern.
The enterprise is nationalised.
The Minister of Industry establishes the enterprise První brněnská a Královopolská strojírna Brno.
State Labour Reserves Vocational College established.
Production of coiled bodies launched.
Pavilion B opened at Brno Exhibition Centre, produced by Královopolská strojírna.
Construction of Homs refinery in Syria.
František Staněk appointed director. Former director J. Pešl appointed Minister of Heavy Engineering.
Thousand-ton press commissioned.
Gold medal from the Leipzig trade fair for the fluid reactor. Thousandth melt from the “Mír” five-ton arc furnace.
Centrifugal cast tubes are produced for the first time.
Antonín Babáček appointed director.
Basrah oil refinery commissioned in Iraq.
Contract signed in Moscow for supplies of 15 steam reforming units to the USSR in 1978-1982 (worth 150 million rubles).
The company's main fields are equipment for the chemical and petrochemical industry, steel structures and special cranes and supplies for nuclear power plants.
Establishment of joint stock company KRÁLOVOPOLSKÁ, a.s.
The company becomes privately owned.