1886 - factory was established as a separate department for the on-going repairs of railway vehicles, within the railway stokehold in Subotica, as an additional workshop besides the main workshop that was based in Szeged.
1910 - factory was working on repairs on locomotives, passenger and freight wagons
1918 - workshop becomes independent workshop within the railways of a newly formed Yugoslav state
1932 - has almost 1,000 employees
1939 - becomes part of Subotica’s stokehold again
1945 - period of rapid development
1959 - changes its name to "Bratstvo", and specializes its production program to repair of freight wagons
1960 - main production hall was built and equipped, with a designed capacity of 6.000 revisions per year
1963 - Begins production of new freight wagons, with a designed capacity of 1,000 wagons per year
1972 - expands the scope of work to the production of steel constructions, transport and handling equipment and technological equipment
1980 - reaches the maximum of 1.500 employees
2000 - Production program is profiled to repair, revision, reconstruction and production of new freight wagons and their spare parts
2011 - Factory was privatized in March 2011 by Tatravagonka Poprad a.s. and changes the name into Tatravagonka Bratstvo d.o.o.