Świdnica, Poland


Wagony Świdnica, located in the south-west of Poland, based on long-standing experience in developing, producing and servicing of all kinds of rail-freight wagons and innovative bogies.

History of Wagony Świdnica starts in the decade of 1920s when it was built as a repair shop for the German Federal Railway. The Polish era began in September 1945 when the factory was handed over to the Polish government and continued its repair activities for the Polish Railways. In 1951 the company started to manufacture the rail-freight wagons and has built till now over 110,000 wagons of various types. In 1998 Wagony Świdnica was acquired by The Greenbrier Companies. To be closer to the full-service company model, in 2011-2012 Wagony Świdnica acquired two Polish repair shops: ZNTK Oława  and ZTK SIARKOPOL.

Wagony Świdnica has manufactured rail-freight wagons to the customers from Europe, North America and the Middle East.


National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management


Environmentally friendly investments carried out in Wagony Świdnica sp. z o.o. received co-financing from the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management.



On 20 April 2018, both Management Boards of Wagony Swidnica sp. z o.o. and ZNTK “Oława” sp. z o.o. approved the Draft Merger Plan of the merger by incorporation of ZNTK “Oława” sp. z o.o. (the absorbed company) with and into Wagony Swidnica sp. z o.o. (the absorbing company).

Please click the link to read the Draft Merger Plan.