The appearance of the Tyumen Motor Plant in 1963 is associated with the beginning of the development of the oil and gas complex of Western Siberia. The first products of the plant were compressor blades used for the repair of AM-5A engines on the YAK-25 aircraft. Then, the plant manufactured lifting and marching engines of YAK-38, YAK-38M deck aircraft, afterburners and combustion chambers for SU-20, SU-24 aircraft, afterburners for modern MIG-29 aircraft, rocket engines for anti-aircraft, anti-missile, anti-ship complexes and cruise missiles, RU19A-300 engines for AN-24, AN-26, AN-30 aircraft.
Since 1992, the company has stopped producing defense products. In April 1994, the company was registered as Tyumen Motor Builders. In the early 90s, the company's management decided to reform the structure of the Company. At the beginning of 1994, separate enterprises with specialization in specific types of activities were created on the basis of existing production facilities.
A notable result of the work of those years was the beginning of the repair of gas turbine engines DR-59, J-59, DG-90, gas pumping units GPA-10, GPA-16 installed on Gazprom gas pipelines.
Today, PJSC Tyumen Motor Builders is a multidisciplinary enterprise that implements the main directions in its work through subsidiaries and dependent companies. These enterprises are united by technological chains, a design and technology center, a unified quality management system, and highly qualified personnel.
PJSC Tyumen Motor Builders has its own railway branch with a loading and unloading platform, autonomous water supply, sewage treatment plants, heat supply, high-pressure gas pipeline, 110 kilovolt transmission lines from Tyumen CHP-1 to the plant territory.
At the end of 2010, JSC Tyumen Motor Builders became part of the largest industrial repair holding Gazprom Centerremont LLC.