In 1939, on the outskirts of Tyumen, in the area of Peasant places, a new enterprise appeared - the artel "20 years of October". The artel produced wooden carved furniture, ropes. During the Great Patriotic War, the artel was repurposed: the country needed skis, wagons for the front and crutches for hospitals.
In 1955, the artel was renamed "Furniture Factory No. 2", which continued to manufacture wooden furniture until 1961. The territory of the factory was large: from Molodezhnaya Street to Demyan Bedny street. It housed a factory sawmill and a railway line where materials were delivered to the workshops.
In the early 1960s, the company changed its direction of activity and became the Tyumen Keyboard Instrument Factory. It began to produce polished pianos "Tyumen" and "Nocturne". Musical instruments were created in Tyumen for 25 years: a whole generation of Soviet children studied on them. One of them was the People's Artist of Russia Denis Matsuev. For the first time he sat down at the piano "Tyumen" at the age of three and studied for ten years. The famous musician became a laureate of the international Tchaikovsky Competition, playing the Tyumen instrument. The keyboard instrument factory was reorganized into the Tyumen Furniture Factory in 1986, and in 2002 - into a limited liability company. The production area has greatly decreased over the 82 years of its existence. During the privatization policy in the 1990s, the company ceased to exist as an independent one.