Kolchugino is a town and the regulatory focal point of Kolchuginsky District in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, situated on the Peksha River Klyazma's tributary somewhere in the range of 74 kilometers northwest of Vladimir, the authoritative focal point of the oblast. Kolchugino was established in 1871 as a settlement alongside copper-toughening and wire-creating plants having a place with a Muscovite dealer A. G. Kolchugin henceforth, the name Kolchugino. It was allowed town status in 1931. Within the structure of managerial divisions, Kolchugino fills in as the regulatory focus of Kolchuginsky District, to which it is straightforwardly subordinated.
As a metropolitan division, the town of Kolchugino, together with nine country territories in Kolchuginsky District, is joined inside Kolchuginsky Municipal District as Kolchugino Urban Settlement. The town is outstanding for its silverware plant, established by Alexander Kolchugin. The greater part of Russian tea glass-holders were delivered in Kolchugino. ZAO Kolchugtsvetmet, additionally situated in Kolchugino and established in 1871, is the biggest producer of non-ferrous factory items in the Commonwealth of Independent States.