Nammo Buck GmbH in Pinnow is located northeast in Germany, approximately 100 km from Berlin and close to the Polish border.

The history of the industrial site started before the Second World War when the German military built an ammunition factory on the site. Production was stopped after the reunification of Germany and in 1999 the company became a part of Nammo.

A large amount of missiles, rockets, ammunition, mines, hand grenades, detonators and pyrotechnical material of the former East German army and Soviet army as well as western produced material have been dismantled, demilitarized and disposed of or recycled in the Nammo Buck factory.