Metalliance, the inventor of the train on tires, to dig tunnels, equips its machines with Caterpillar engines meeting Tier4 Final standards. The Metalliance Eneria partnership makes it possible to supply the machines responsible for digging line B of the Rennes metro. Serial production of the Yamal all-terrain vehicle was launched in 2010 by a group of experienced engineers from Yamalspetsmash LLC, who have extensive experience in the operation and maintenance of vehicles involved in the construction of the plant mine in Bovanenkovskoye (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug). When designing and assembling all-terrain vehicles, all the "weaknesses" of vehicles in this segment are taken into account, so some of the advantages of YAMAL vehicles are clear and objective. In 2009, the first developments and prototypes of the future patchwork SUV were subjected to brutal testing at proof-of-concept facilities and served as prototypes for subsequent production models. In 2010, the first YAMAL T-6L all-terrain vehicle rolled off the assembly line in Ulyanovsk. Soon after, YAMAL mastered the production of the B6 heavy-duty all-terrain vehicle built on the MAZ truck chassis. . Currently, the production capacity is to produce 20-25 light all-terrain vehicles and 7-10 heavy all-terrain vehicles. Trucks and cars are also repaired. In 2011, the YAMAL all-terrain vehicle participated in the Tsentr-2011 tactical exercises held in Russia, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. The exercises were led by the Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces, General Nikolai Makarov, and former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.