Twenty years ago, on 3 September 1996, former Czech President Vaclav Havel gave the starting signal for the production of the ŠKODA OCTAVIA in the newly opened part of the plant at the company’s headquarters.
Carl Horst Hahn (born 1 July 1926) is chairman emeritus of the Volkswagen Group. He served as the Chairman of the Board of Management of the group’s parent company, Volkswagen AG (formerly Volkswagenwerk AG) from 1982 to 1993.
American manufacturer of forklifts, Hyster – Yale, celebrates this year 35 years of its plant in Ireland. In Craigavon, near Belfast, we were talking about the plans for Eastern Europe with product manager Kate Pointeau.
The ŠKODA AUTO Kvasiny plant celebrates 80 years of operation. Cars have been built at this East-Bohemian site since 1934, and vehicles have been running off the production lines since 1947. Today, around 4200 employees work on manufacturing the Škoda Superb, Yeti and Roomster models at Kvasiny.
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