BMW’s second-quarter profit climbed 7.9 percent as the automaker kept a tight hold on costs to offset a reliance on less-expensive vehicles such as the X1 compact SUV to boost sales.Earnings before interest and tax rose to 2.73 billion euros ($3.05 billion) from 2.53 billion euros last year.
Toyota Motor Corp. said operating profit in the latest quarter fell 15 percent to 642 billion yen ($6.33 billion) as a strong yen weighed on earnings. Net income in the three months through June dropped to 552.47 billion yen, the automaker said today. Revenue fell to 6.59 trillion yen.
ŠKODA’s growth continues in the first half of 2016: Between January and June, deliveries to customers worldwide increased 4.6% to 569,400 vehicles (first half of 2015: 544,300). This is a new ŠKODA sales record for the first half of a year.
Falling vehicle sales, rising costs and foreign exchange rate losses pushed profits lower at Toyota Motor Corp. in the latest quarter, even though the slowdown wasn’t enough to derail the carmaker from achieving a third year of record earnings.
Toyota registered for the first quarter of 2016 in the Czech Republic in total 1,527 new cars. The number represents an annual increase of 32%. Country manager Martin Peleska comments the results.
PSA/Peugeot-Citroen tripled its profit target with a program to roll out 26 new cars, eight commercial vehicles and a pickup truck as the French automaker seeks to solidify its recovery after a bailout two years ago.
Automotive Industry Association published statistics on the production of passenger cars in the Czech Republic in January and February 2016.
Škoda Auto board held an annual press conference on Wednesday, March 16, 2016. “In 2015, we set new records both in terms of global vehicle sales and financial results. Deliveries increased 1.8% to 1,055,500 vehicles,” said the managers.
Volkswagen Financial Services confirmed its leading position on the Czech market of car financing (under the name ŠkoFIN) in 2015. Results of the Czech Leasing and Financial Association comments VWFS CEO Joachim Ewald.
Toyota and PSA/Peugeot-Citroen’s joint factory in the Czech Republic increased production by 8 percent to 219,054 vehicles in 2015, the company which operates the joint venture said.
Volkswagen Group’s first-quarter operating profit rose 17 percent, helped by cost cuts at the VW brand, a weaker euro and a profit at Spanish unit Seat. The group’s Audi and Porsche brands saw margins shrink on higher investments.
Zpravodajský portál pro banky a pojišťovny Czechbanking.cz přináší aktuální informace z Vašeho oboru.
Rychlý přehled zpráv, který šetří Váš čas, zasíláme 3x týdně na Váš email.Více informací
Ing. Erich Handl ,
Ing. Erich Handl, email: email@example.com
Ing. Luděk Kortus, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
tel.: 721 040 925