FSC (in Polish Fabryka Samochodów Ciężarowych) was a large automotive factory established in Lublin, Poland while it was part of the Soviet block. It was founded in 1950 and the first vehicle left its assembly line on November 7, 1951. In 1995 the factory entered a joint venture with the South Korean conglomerate Daewoo. It soon become a part of the new company Daewoo Motor Polska. In December, 1995 the factory started assembling Daewoo Nexia passenger cars. Around 40,000 were produced before production ended in 1998. Some of the vehicles produced at the factory:
- FSC Lublin-51 truck 1951-1959
- FSC Żuk van 1959-1998
- FS Lublin (33, II, 3, 3Mi) van 1993-2003 (next made it Intrall Polska 2003-2007)
- Honker 1997-2007
- Daewoo Nexia 1995-1998
In the years 1963-1970 the company manufactured (together with a factory in Czechoslovakia) the APC SKOT. Around 4,500 were produced for the Polish and Czechoslovak armies.
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