INVESTMENT ROADSHOW | Japan
September 26 – 30
CzechInvest is going to meet the Japanese automotive companies that investigate their expansion plans in Central Europe. Book a meeting with our team right in Japan!
CEE AUTOMOTIVE FORUM | Prague, Czech Rep.
October 11 – 12
We are delighted to invite you to attend Central & Eastern European Automotive Forum 2016. Contact CzechInvest to claim the 25% discount on the registration fee.
INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING FAIR | Brno, Czech Rep.
October 3 – 7
The leading industrial trade fair in Central Europe. Take the time to visit the Official CzechInvest’s Stand.
KOAA SHOW – Kintex 2016| Seoul, Korea
October 19 – 21
Annual automotive show is the biggest automotive-related exhibition in Korea displaying various auto products, including auto-electronic, car care products for the car owners, as well as interior and exterior products.
18. Zulieferertag Automobil Baden-Württemberg
November 8 | Stuttgart, Germany
Tha Automotive sourcing day in Stuttgart is a meeting point of the industry in Baden-Wurttemberg to exchange ideas on current issues and future trends. 2016 the Czech Republic is Partner country of this event and will present its capabilities.
about czech automotive
With passenger car production at 122 vehicles per 1,000 persons, the Czech Republic has maintained its supreme position among world automotive leaders in terms of per-capita output. It is also among the fifteen largest global passenger car producers by volume.
The Czech automotive industry employs more than 150,000 people and accounts for more than 20% of both Czech manufacturing output and Czech exports. The Czech automotive centre of excellence plays a key role not only in the European but also in the global perspective. Based on the country’s century-long engineering tradition, good infrastructure and skilled workforce, it significantly contributes to automotive manufacturing and R&D. While the country has the capacity and resources to accommodate three major carmakers – Škoda Auto (Volkswagen group), TPCA (Toyota/PSA joint venture) and Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Czech – and holds excellent business opportunities for suppliers, the Czech Republic is poised to consolidate its position as one of the leading European centres for automotive-related design and R&D activity.
30 % of WAGE IN GERMANY
The average wage in the Czech Republic is 30% of that in Germany
85% of the automotive production is being exported, mainly to European markets
56 out of 100
56 out of 100 global 100 tier-one suppliers has at least one of their location in the Czech Republic.
75 295 USD
The Czech automotive has the highest gross value added per employee in the CEE region