High-Tech Mechanical Engineering

Top Projects

Company Year Region
Caterpillar Solar Turbines 2010 Central Bohemia
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction 2009 West Bohemia
Briggs & Stratton 2006 Moravia-Silesia
Muramoto Industry 2006 West Bohemia
Sandwik 2005 North Bohemia
Daikin Industries 2004 Central Bohemia
Ingersoll Rand 2004 Central Bohemia
Kiekert 2004 East Bohemia
Black & Decker 2002 North Bohemia
Siemens 2001 Prague

Reasons to invest:

  • Strategic position in Central Europe, direct transport access to the EU market of nearly 500 million consumers
  • 300 years of academic engineering education in the Czech Republic – continuity of sharing premium-level technological know-how
  • Highly educated and skilled workforce, good access to technically educated university graduates – over 5,000 mechanical engineers graduating every year
  • High concentration of mechanical engineering companies allowing easy identification of business partners and suppliers
  • Positive approach of the Czech Government, investment support covering up to 60% of eligible costs through a transparent system of investment incentives
  • Highly developed transport infrastructure
  • The most advanced telecommunications infrastructure within the CEE region, creating conditions for establishing a regional software hub, thus supporting future material research and precision mechanical engineering
  • First–class support from CzechInvest

 Czech companies and research institutions specialize in the following:

  •  Power engineering
  • Transport engineering
  • Machine-Tool
  • Metallurgy
  • Metal construction and components

With a production base of more than 1,100 companies, the sector supplies complete equipment and machinery (including turbines, transportation and air-conditioning equipment; agricultural, food-processing and construction machinery; and machine tools) while also engineering household goods. Well-known domestic leaders include Škoda Holding, Vítkovice Holding, Bonatrans Group, ČKD Blansko Holding, TOS Varnsdorf, Tajmac-ZPS, Třinecké železárny–Moravia Steel, První brněnská strojírna, Wikov etc.

Selected High-Tech Mechanical Engineering Investments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Attached files

Description Type Size Date

High-Tech Mechanical Engineering in the Czech Republic

Brochure: opportunities in the Czech hi-tech engineering sector • HR, R&D etc.

3.1 MB 20 Dec. 2013

High-Tech Mechanical Engineering Leaflet

691.59 kB 22 Aug. 2013