A decision was made to extend Galicyjskie Karpackie Towarzystwo Akcyjne. As a result of the transformation of the Repair Workshops, Fabryka Maszyn i Narzędzi Wiertniczych in Glinik Mariampolski is formed to produce tools and drilling equipment and equipment for Galician refineries and oil mines. The heir of those plant’s tradition is the current division of FAMUR Group in Gorlice.
The construction of a new iron foundry with an area of 2576 m2 was completed in Glinik.
Stephan, Fröhlich und Klüpfel AG was established, locate at ul. Warszawska 44 in Katowice, constituting the core part of the company, which in the future is to be transformed into FAMUR SA
The decision of the Supervisory Board of the company Stephan, Fröhlich und Klüpfel AG was made to change the German name of the factory, which from that moment was called Piotrowicka Fabryka Maszyn Inc.
The 'Warsztaty Naprawcze' was established (currently 'REMAG'), which was renamed to Jaworznicko-Mikołowskie Zakłady Naprawcze Przemysłu Węglowego, which was a repair and production facility for Silesian mines.
Pursuant to the Resolution of the Government concerning the development and modernisation of the Polish mining and power industries the construction of Fabryka Maszyn Górniczych PIOMA Plant was started. In the same year, production in the new factory began.
In the early 1950s, a vocational school was established, followed by a vocational technical high school, which educated for the needs of Jaworznicko-Mikołowskie Zakłady Naprawcze Przemysłu Węglowego (today REMAG).
Under the regulation of the Minister of Mining and Energy, the name Piotrowicka Fabryka Maszyn Górniczych was changed to Piotrowicka Fabryka Maszyn Górniczych FAMUR.
Due to a decline in demand for crude oil mining equipment GLINIK started the production of the first hydraulic coal mining equipment, i.e. hydraulic legs.
GLINIK started the production of powered roof supports. The first construction was the powered roof support GIG-OGS designed for use in longwalls with a height of 1.35 to 1.8 m. In the same year GLINIK manufactured as many as 970 roof supports of various types.
The share of coal production of the Gorlice plant exceeded 63% of the total production.
Jaworznicko-Mikołowskie Zakłady Naprawcze Przemysłu Węglowego (nowadays REMAG) purchase a license for AM 50 shearer from the company Voest Alpine. Since then, the growing demand for these modern machines did not have to be met by foreign producers.
The Nowosądeckie Province Governor handed over the company Nowosądeckie Zakłady Przemysłu Terenowego to the Ministry of Mining and Energy. The plant was named Nowosądecka Fabryka Urządzeń Górniczych NOWOMAG. It started production for the mining industry.
Zjednoczenie Producentów Maszyn i Urządzeń Górniczych POLMAG was incorporated in Katowice, the organisation which held 22 plants, including the Fabryka Maszyn Górniczych FAMUR.
Fabryka Maszyn Górniczych PIOMA manufactured the millionth tonne of machinery and equipment, which had a major impact on the development and modernisation of Polish mines and industrial plants.
60% of FAMUR's shares were contributed to the National Investment Funds.
A private investor acquired Fabryka Maszyn FAMUR SA, which at the time was in a difficult financial situation. The restructuring process was started and a number of massive capex projects were made to restore the company’s position among the world’s largest mining machinery manufacturers.
FAMUR SA took over Nowosądecka Fabryka Maszyn Górniczych NOWOMAG SA - the manufacturer of output handling systems. This resulted in the establishment of a group of companies producing complementary mining machinery and equipment.
Polska Grupa Odlewnicza was established, bringing together the largest casting manufacturers in Poland: Pioma Odlewnia Sp. z o.o. and Odlewnię Żeliwa Śrem SA – a companies from FAMUR SA’s portfolio
FAMUR SA took over 100% of the shares in Zakład Maszyn Górniczych GLINIK Sp. z o.o. based in Gorlice. Thus the Group was enlarged by another well-known and strong mining brand, specializing in the manufacture of powered roof supports.