You might have a hand in it

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Votkinsk Machine Building Plant (until 2010 incorporated as Федеральное государственное унитарное предприятие «Воткинский завод», “Votkinsk Plant” Federal State Unitary Enterprise, now Open joint-stock company “Votkinsk Plant”, акционерное общество «Воткинский завод») is a machine and ballistic missile production enterprise based in Votkinsk, Russia. Its production includes the RT-2UTTH Topol M intercontinental ballistic missile, Russia’s most recent ICBM development, as well as the submarine-launched Bulava SLBM.


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Construction of the plant was caused by the depletion of forests near then existing mining enterprises in the Urals (mid-18th century). Fetching of firewood from afar increased the cost of iron industry. This situation could be resolved by the displacement of ore processing to those areas, where forests remained untouched. For the same reason, another plant was built in this region (Izhevsk ironworks) between 1760 and 1763.

The area was chosen for construction of Votkinsk ironworks owing to its vicinity to the major waterway (the Kama River that flows 15-20 kilometers from the present-day city of Votkinsk). The following considerations have also played a role in the choice: the presence of forests, which were the main source of fuel in this industry then, as well as geographical proximity to mining companies. Between 1754 and 1763, totally 42 private factories were built, which belonged to the gentry of the Russian Empire (including Count P.I. Shuvalov, Count M.E. Vorontsov).

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