Volkswagen’s Czech automaker Skoda Auto needs to boost its capacity in Europe by 400,000 cars annually from the start of the next decade, CEO Bernhard Maier was quoted as saying on Wednesday. The automaker could increase capacity at its Czech plants along with at other VW plants, Czech news agency CTK quoted Maier as saying
Trade unions at Volkswagen’s Czech unit Skoda Auto on Thursday declined any idea of shifting some of the production of its premium sedan model Superb to German plants. Talks about moving some production to Volkswagen’s Emden plant have started again under the parent company’s management, the unions stated. “The (unions’) committee categorically declined the possibility
Union representatives at Volkswagen-owned Skoda Auto stated on Friday they had accepted management’s offer to increase wages by 12 percent, averting a strike at one of the largest manufacturing plants situated in the Czech Republic. The leadership of the Kovo union, which represent industrial employees, prepares to vote on the proposal next Wednesday, which would
Unions at Volkswagen’s Skoda Auto have withdrawn from a deal on flexible working shifts, they stated on Wednesday, increasing pressure on the Czech automaker as they look for a double-digit pay raise and threaten strikes. Union leaders stated more shift agreements could be dropped if wage talks broke down. Unions have stated they could call
Volkswagen’s Czech automaker Skoda Auto reported a 14.3 percent increase in global deliveries in February, handing more than 92,800 vehicles, the most ever in that month, it stated on Monday. Skoda stated sales were driven by a 30.6 percent increase in China and 17.6 percent in Germany along with significant gains in Russia and Turkey.
Trade unions at Volkswagen’s Czech automaker Skoda Auto have turned down the company’s latest wage increase offer, the unions stated on Wednesday. Unions said recently that they were beginning preparations for a possible extended strike, a rare occasion in the main European nation whose economic development is moved by the car sector. With strong development
Tata Motors has announced the finalizing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a long-lasting collaboration with Volkswagen Group and Skoda Auto, to check out tactical alliance opportunity for joint advancement of products. The contract has been signed by Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD of Tata Motors, Matthias Mueller, CEO of Volkswagen AG and Bernhard