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Brano Group, a.s. Opavska 1000 - 747 41 Hradec nad Moravici, Czech Republic Major Parts Suppliers image
AAH Czech s.r.o. (Auria Solutions) Nove Zakupy 528, CZ- 47123 Zakupy, Czech Republic image
ABB s.r.o. - Semiconductors Vyskočilova 1561/4a, 140 00 Praha 4, Czech Republic image
ACD Czech s.r.o. Tušimice 8, 432 01 Kadaň, Czech Republic image
Adient Bezdecin Bldg. No. 109 Parcel No. 289/69, Bezdecin, Czech Republic image
Adient Bor Ltd. Logistic Park CTP, Hall B1, Nová Hospoda, 348 02 Bor, Czechia image
Adient Czech Republic KS Dubická 1800/54, 470 06 Česká Lípa, Czechia image
Adient Czech Republic Roudnice Kratochvílova 2657, 413 01 Roudnice nad Labem, Czechia image
Adient Czech Republic s.r.o. - Mladá Boleslav Trída Václava Klementa 869 Mladá Boleslav 29301 Czech Republic image
Adient Czech Republic s. r. o. - Solnice Průmyslová, 517 01 Solnice, Czechia image
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Oct 19, 2021

On October 18, it is announced that Skoda Auto cuts its production lines in all three plants in Czech Republic for two weeks due to semiconductor shortage. The company stopped production in Mladá Boleslav and Vrchlabí, while only one line in Kvasiny remains in operarion.
In the Kvasiny plant, Skoda Auto aims to produce 10,000 unfinished cars in its plants with current components.
(Multiple sources on October 18)
Keyword: plant operating status

Oct 13, 2021

On October 11, Škoda Auto announced that the top management of VW Group met the Government of Czech Republic and signed MoU. Skoda and CEZ Group will establish several thousand charging points in the country by 2025. Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Board of Management at Volkswagen AG, had a meeting with Karel Havlíček, Czech Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Industry, Trade and Transport.
Volkswagen Group plans to build six gigafactories in Europe with a total capacity of 240 gigawatt hours. One of these cell factories is to be built in Central or Eastern Europe; a decision on the location is expected in the first half of 2022.
As part of the Next Level – Škoda Strategy 2030, e-components or e-vehicles are to be manufactured at all three Czech plants in Mladá Boleslav, Kvasiny and Vrchlabí by 2030.
High-voltage traction batteries for the plug-in hybrid models SUPERB iV and OCTAVIA iV as well as for models of other Group brands are already being built. At the beginning of 2022, production of MEB battery systems will also start in Mladá Boleslav for the ENYAQ iV.
(Škoda press release)

Oct 07, 2021

On October 6, Škoda Auto announced that its component plant in Vrchlabí has become CO2-neutral since end of 2020.
The plant has cut CO2 emissions at the site from 45,000 tonnes annually to its current level of 3,000 tonnes by switching to renewable energies. The remaining CO2 emissions are offset by purchasing CO2 certificates.
The Vrchlabí plant, saved more than 2,000 MWh of thermal energy and almost 1,500 MWh of electricity last year alone. Also, unused heating circuits in production were closed, intelligent, energy-efficient room temperature regulation was introduced, and the air supply management was optimised. In 2021, Škoda Auto has started using CO2-neutral methane from biogas plants in Vrchlabí instead of natural gas.
It is aiming to reduce the emissions of its vehicle fleet by more than 50% by 2030 compared to 2020 and is planning to increase the share of all-electric models in Europe to between 50 and 70%.

(Škoda Auto press release)