By Petr Pavlínek
This e-book investigates the advanced methods of the post-1990 transformation within the Czech automobile and its selective integration within the West ecu vehicle production procedure. The post-1990 restructuring of the Czech car is analyzed within the context of its pre-1990 improvement and within the context of the relevant and East eu motor vehicle as a complete. in particular, the ebook examines the advance and post-1990 restructuring of the Czech passenger motor vehicle undefined, the elements and truck production. significant themes lined contain the improvement of the Czech car sooner than 1990, the specific case learn of � koda vehicle, the consequences of the post-1990 privatization within the Czech automobile undefined, the position and results of international direct funding through the post-1990 restructuring, the restructuring of the Czech truck undefined, and the swift improvement of the car elements manufacturing.
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9). By 2013, the CEE’s share of the European light vehicle production (including Turkey) is projected to increase to 28% from 17% in 2005 (CMS 2007). 9. Projected light vehicle (passenger cars and LCVs) production in CEE countries, 2007-2013 (in thousands of units) 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Bosnia 4 5 5 4 4 5 Czechia 829 799 988 1,019 990 991 Hungary 261 332 345 327 358 330 Poland 703 755 857 904 997 1,039 Romania 232 352 351 357 356 353 Russia 1,504 1,587 1,803 2,097 2,405 2,538 Serbia 15 26 24 28 27 26 Slovakia 516 628 706 794 877 881 Slovenia 199 139 139 129 123 109 Ukraine 325 361 411 451 489 476 Total 4,588 4,984 5,628 6,110 6,626 6,747 5 1,114 374 1,087 343 2,587 25 919 104 447 7,006 Source: CMS Worldwide (2007).
1990 data: the annual statistical yearbooks of the above countries, 2006 data: OICA (2007). The growth in CEE passenger car production is projected to continue in the next several years. As mentioned above, two new passenger car assembly plants were launched in Slovakia in 2006, one in Czechia in 2005, and an additional one will start production in Czechia in 2008. The existing assembly facilities of many car makers are being expanded across CEE. 0 million units by 2013. 9). By 2013, the CEE’s share of the European light vehicle production (including Turkey) is projected to increase to 28% from 17% in 2005 (CMS 2007).
3 The Role of CEE in the European Automotive Industry Division of Labor 21 play an important role. In this type of production, shop-floor flexibility is not derived from technologically intensive flexible production methods but from labor flexibility. Therefore, the cost of labor must be low enough to achieve efficiency and the labor must be highly flexible in order to accomplish rapid changes to new products. Young workers with a limited work history and thus less influenced by old habits that may be difficult to break are typically hired for this type of operations.