• January 1, 1957. Birthday of the plant, which was called the Perm plant of long-haul communications equipment (up to 1993).
  • 1957. The plant produced its first item. This was the first domestic cable-input, measuring, transit and testing station. The equipment was not so complex and sophisticated as it is now, but at the time it helped to provide communication between many cities of the country.
  • 1961. Brussels. Equipment of the Perm LHCE plant was awarded the Grand Prix at the World Exhibition. The country got thousands of new communication lines and phone numbers.
  • 1971. Plant designers developed high-frequency equipment “Kama”. It secured extensive communications for several major cities of the country, such as Leningrad, Volgograd, Kiev, etc.
  • 1975. The plant provides the first joint international flight of spacecrafts Soyuz-19 - Apollo with long-haul communications system. At the international exhibition “Communication-75” in Moscow an award was given to Perm digital equipment of pulse code modulation (IKM). Thanks to IKM capacity of communication lines increased tenfold, and thousands of subscribers received the long-awaited phone numbers.
  • 1980. Execution of the Olympic order. Perm equipment ensured work of 6 thousand telephone channels, 500 broadcasting channels and about 2 thousand channels “ACS-Olympics”. A number of workers were granted important state awards, while the plant was given the title of “Official Supplier to the XXII Olympic Games in Moscow.”
  • 1981. For its great contribution to the development of communication facilities and high performance figures the plant was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor. By this time about 70% of all baseband equipment of the former USSR was produced in Perm.
  • In the late 80’s the plant mastered a new generation of primary digital transmission systems. It was more reliable, required less labor intensivity and was easier to use. The company also cared about rural areas. Equipment with sign “C” which means “rural” linked many Soviet villages with the rest of the world.
  • 1993. The plant was transformed from a state enterprise into Open Joint Stock Company Morion. Despite economic difficulties, the plant took on renovation of Morion. Technical reconstruction began.
  • In 1995 the Company established a special computer center – EDDTS (engineering department of data transmission systems), equipped with multifunctional equipment and software of leading world companies. The center allowed to significantly reduce the time from idea development to the finished product.
  • 1998. The Company launched the first automated line of surface-mounted assembly of PCBs. It was a significant event not only for the technical development of Morion, but also for the whole Russian production of communication equipment.
  • 2000.  The Company made a big step forward in the field of information systems: it created systems of network management; the field of data transmission saw a large amount of new developments. The plant mastered such technologies as HDSL, ADSL, ISDN and ATM. It received a certificate of conformity of the quality system to international standards GOST R ISO 9001-96.
  • 2002. The Company became a major partner of the Ministry of Railways in the modernization of railway communication systems. To improve the quality and reliability of the equipment the Company allocated a testing field to test the equipment in conditions similar to railway networks. Commissioning of new equipment KSM 400 (digital switching station) was carried out at the operating control center of the Oktyabrskaya railways.
  • 2005. For the first time in almost 50-year history of the Company, technological communications networks of gas pipelines were equipped with a new class of mobile communications systems, developed by specialists of OJSC Morion.
  • 2006. OJSC Morion proposed new technical solutions for the market of cable and digital television. In 2006 the equipment produced by Morion provided communication for G8 summit in St. Petersburg.
  • 2008. OJSC Morion developed equipment designed to meet the challenges posed by the President Commission for Modernisation and Technological Development of Russia's Economy – a new multi-service platform of access to telecommunication networks. The Company developed and approved a detailed marketing program, providing innovative approaches to meet the needs of the telecommunications market  in the equipment manufactured by OJSC Morion.
  • 2009. Works on establishment of the testing site based on the service center, making possible in-depth testing of new and standard products, were completed. Work at the site is aimed at identifying hidden defects by reproducing fragments of real communications networks in order to improve product quality.
  • 2010. OJSC Morion participates in the project under a contract with a Turkish company to upgrade communication systems of the airport of Turkmenbashi (Turkmenistan).
  • 2011. OJSC Morion received the International Award “European Standard”. The company was announced the winner of the contest of the Perm Territory “Best enterprise of the city in production efficiency and social decisions “ in the category “Manufacture of electrical, electronic and optical equipment.”
  • 2012. On February 15 a scientific and practical conference took place among other events dedicated to the 55th anniversary of OJSC Morion. The reports presented an overview of the Company’s history, as well as the vision of its scientific and technological development in the near future. They also shed light on issues of assurance of reliability of the products made by Morion based on technology of development, production and support of operation of technical communications.