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ADVICS Manufacturing Czech s.r.o. Cizovska 456, 397 01 Pisek, Czech image
AEV s.r.o. Jozky Silneho 2783, Kromeriz 767 01 Czech Republic, Czech Republic image
AGC Automotive Europe Splirec Czech a.s. Sklarna cp. 33, Chuderice 418 25 Bilina, Czech image
AGC Flat Glass Czech a.s. Sklarska, 450, 41674 Teplice, Czech image
AGC Processing Teplice a.s. Za Drahou 462, 416 74 Teplice Czech Republic image
Agrostav Horsovsky Tyn a.s. Nad Rybnickem 85, 346 01 Horsovsky Tyn, Czech Republic image
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Apr 04, 2019

On April 3, Skoda Auto informed that it will be providing ten prototypes of the all-electric Citigo E-Pilot built upon the basis of Volkswagen e-up! for selected customers to test in the Czech Republic. Before the start of series production of electric Citigo, Skoda would like to gain feedback and valuable suggestions from the testers and customers who will be putting the vehicle through its paces in everyday operation.
Series production of the all-electric version of the Skoda Citigo will start in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Over the next four years, Skoda will be launching the most extensive investment programme in its history, spending around EUR 2 billion on electrification and digitalisation. By the end of 2022, the car manufacturer will have presented over 30 new models, more than 10 of which will be partially or fully electric.

Skoda Auto Press Release

Mar 25, 2019

On March 22, Skoda Auto informed that senior management at Skoda Auto and the KOVO union have arrived at a collective labour agreement.
New collective labour agreement valid until the end of March 2020.
Skoda Auto Human Resource board member stated that in addition to wages being increased with a fixed sum that is identical for every employee, Skoda Auto staff will once again directly have a share in the company’s profits thanks to the bonus system.

SKODA AUTO Press Release

Mar 25, 2019

On March 22, Volkswagen informed that it places great importance on sustainable vehicle production. Thus, the Czech car manufacturer groups numerous measures together under the umbrella of its ‘GreenFuture’ strategy in order to reduce its environmental footprint. This also includes using natural resources sparingly.
The manufacturer is continuously working on reducing and sustainably managing water consumption at its plants by using innovative technologies and concepts. Thanks to the water-saving measures Skoda Auto defined in its ‘GreenFuture’ strategy, the company now requires 1.7 m3 of water for the production of one car – more than 38 per cent less than in 2010. Skoda Auto was able to recycle 42 per cent of the total 1.55 million m3 of water it used last year.
The company utilises intelligent purification systems featuring particularly thin membrane filters in its paint shops, for example. This means the water used is processed and can be reused multiple times.
In the past five years, the car manufacturer has been able to improve its environmental footprint and also save EUR 9.5 million as a result of the implemented measures suggested by staff.

Volkswagen Press Release