Singapore firms eye opportunities in Czech automotive industry. Inter plex Precision Engineering Czech Republic was established in Pisek, a town in the South Bohemian region of the Czech Republic, in 2000.
To accelerate strengthening of ties between Singapore and Czech Republic economies, new partnerships were signed between IE Singapore and Czech Trade Promotion Agency, Singapore Business Federation and Confederation of Industry of the Czech Republic.
SINGAPORE: Manufacturing firms from Singapore are exploring opportunities in the Central and Eastern European region, particularly in automotive and aerospace sectors which are strong engines of growth for the local economies.
Skoda accounted for more than half of Czech Republic’s automobile production in 2016, according to data from the country’s Automotive Industry Association Auto SAP.
Representatives from 17 Singapore firms co-led by IE Singapore and Singapore Business Federation have completed a week-long business mission to Poland and the Czech Republic, in conjunction with President Tony Tan Keng Yam’s state visits to these countries.
Can elite motorsport hand Australia’s automotive industry a new gear?
At a time when the Australian car industry is on its knees, manufacturers are using links in the motorsports industry to drive automotive technology in a new direction.
Can its research and development in the automotive industry be recalibrated to serve more clients?
While their expertise have been called upon by some of the fastest in the motorsport business, it is far and away from the sport, however, where their research is making new strides in the automotive industry.
“The ring-changed reinforcement structure of every Subaru passenger cabin was also partly pioneered in the unforgiving motorsport landscape,” Rowley explained.
“Motorsport has driven PWR’s growth and has always been an important part of our business,” said the company’s general manager, Marshall Vann.
according to The focus is to bridge views and find common objectives between industry and academia, as well as within industry and within academia.
The increasing growth of the automotive industry demands the development of groundbreaking solutions, innovative technologies and disruptive products, services and business models.
This Roundtable brought together more than 80 industry leaders, entrepreneurs, expert researchers and graduate students in a look ahead to the next 5-10 years of the industry.
The automotive industry is also one of the most important industries in Portugal, being a top contributor for value creation and generation of jobs.
The International Industry Roundtables (IIR) are an ongoing initiative of the MIT Portugal Program in collaboration with multiple academic and business entities and this is the second edition dedicated to Cities, Energy and Transportation.
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