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ELDIS Pardubice is growing, tackling new projects, and hiring employees

A side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was the temporary suppression of air traffic, leading to a drop in revenue for air traffic control in many countries. As a result, these organizations had to cancel or postpone recruitment and dampen air transportation development. Among those affected was radar manufacturer Eldis Pardubice. However, the current situation and especially the outlook for the future promise significant improvement. So much so that Eldis Pardubice, who has been a member of the CSG group and its CSG Aerospace division since 2017, is launching a major recruitment drive, aiming to hire several dozen new employees.

Interview of our CEO David Chour for EURO magazine

The CEO of the Czechoslovak Group (CSG) holding, David Chour, gave an interview to the EURO magazine. In it, he commented on the group's financial results from the previous year, the holding's investments, and CSG's participation in modernization projects of the Czech Army.

Our holding companies will present military vehicles and radar systems at the NATO Days in Ostrava

Days of NATO and the Air Force of the Army of the Czech Republic are one of the largest events of their kind in Europe. It is a very interesting opportunity to present to the Czech public and experts the technology and activities of the Army of the Czech Republic, as well as the capabilities of the Czech defense industry. Among its most important representatives are companies belonging to the Czechoslovak Group (CSG) industrial and technological holding as well as the Tatra Trucks automotive manufacturer, which have been supporting NATO Days and similar presentation events for many years and presenting their products.

Pocket Virtuality, a company focused on the use of augmented and virtual reality in industry, has become part of CSG

The Czech-based industrial and technological holding company, Czechoslovak Group (CSG), has acquired the startup technology company, Pocket Virtuality. Pocket Virtuality develops distinctive solutions utilizing augmented and virtual reality. These solutions can be employed for purposes such as remote technical assistance, design of industrial systems, residential projects, and exhibitions. CSG acquired 70% of the company's shares from Touzimsky Kapital Holding. Within CSG, Pocket Virtuality operates as part of the CSG Aerospace division.

MSPO 2023 - Companies of the Czechoslovak Group holding and Tatra Trucks will participate in the largest defence fair in Central Europe

Every year at the beginning of September, manufacturers of defence and security equipment from all over the world present themselves in the Polish city of Kielce, where the MSPO trade fair is held regularly. The fair ranks among the largest of its kind in the whole of Europe, and no important producer can be absent from it. Companies of the Czechoslovak Group (CSG) holding, and Tatra Trucks have also exhibited at MSPO for many years. During this year's 31st edition, which will take place from 5 to 8 September, in addition to Tatra, there will also be Tatra Defence Vehicle, Excalibur Army, Retia, Česká letecká servisní, MSM Group and Excalibur International. The companies will present their products and services in Hall D at joint stand No. 75 and also on outdoor exhibition areas.

I try to ensure that the children do something meaningful, says Pavol Podhradský

Pavol Podhradský received a sponsorship gift from CSG for his daughter, who is involved in beach volleyball. However, this wasn't his first successful request. He had previously taken advantage of the sponsorship program to purchase jerseys with the CSG logo for his son's soccer team. He himself established a hockey league in Nové Mesto nad Váhom and utilized sponsorship to buy jerseys for the local hockey club. Besides the CSG logo, they also placed logos of MSM Group, Tatry, and ZVS holding on the jerseys. "We presented our group everywhere possible. I believe we try to provide good advertising for the group," said Podhradský.

Lukáš Andrýsek has become the CEO of CSG Mobility

Lukáš Andrýsek, the CEO of Tatra Trucks, has taken on the responsibility of leading the newly established CSG Mobility division, which consolidates companies operating in the automotive and rail industries within the industrial-technological holding of Czechoslovak Group. This marks the career progression of a manager who joined the CSG holding in 2016 as the Chief Financial Officer and a board member of DAKO-CZ.


What is it like to manage HR activities in the industrial-technology holding Czechoslovak Group (CSG), which brings together dozens of manufacturing companies in seven countries and employs more than ten thousand people? "Sometimes, with a bit of exaggeration, I feel like a floating cork, whose direction and speed of movement is determined by the flow of events. I had to get used to a certain level of virtuality in my work, but thanks to it, I gained my CSG HR Family," says Alena Kozáková, HR director of CSG holding.

Introducing the new CSG Mobility division, which combines DAKO-CZ and Tatra

Our group has undergone a significant reorganization within the divisional structure. The merger of CSG Rail and CSG Automotive has created an exceptionally strong CSG Mobility division. The new division brings together the largest and oldest domestic CSG companies: DAKO-CZ, a manufacturer of braking systems and components for rail vehicles, and Tatra Trucks, a truck manufacturing company. DAKO-CZ was founded in 1816, and the history of Tatra Trucks dates back to 1850. The two companies will now write the next chapters of their history together.

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