Implementation of the second stage of development. Built and commissioned: 2 production buildings, office building, warehouses and a number of technical infrastructure facilities.
As a result of the expansion, the company changed its business profile, introducing a number of new products into the scope of activity, including above all: machines and equipment used in fibreboard factories, machines and equipment for continuous transport, gantry and overhead travelling cranes with high lifting capacity, harbour cranes, dust extraction equipment for the mining and cement industry.
A number of these devices were prototypical. From 1958 to the present day, the company's machines and equipment have been sold on foreign markets in almost all continents, including in Austria, Bulgaria, China, Ghana, Indonesia, Iran, Morocco, India, Romania, Norway and Russia.
The Minister of Heavy Industry, by Order No 62/Org/67 of 11 November 1967, gave the company a new name: Fabryka Maszyn i Urządzeń FAMAK (FAMAK Machinery and Equipment Factory).