CORPORATE NEWS

Ceram Čáb exports 90 percent of production abroad

Ceram Čáb, an energy insulators producer located in Nové Sady, had 239 million Sk in sales last year, 9.6 percent more than in 1995, company officials announced. Ceram Čáb exported almost 90 percent of its output mainly to Sweden, the Netherlands, the USA, and the Czech Republic. This year, it expects to have 243 million Sk in sales, management said. Presently, it is beginning to supply a Moscow plant of the Swedish-Swiss consortium ABD Group. The majority owner of Ceram Čáb is the Austrian company Frauenthal Keramik.

Get daily Slovak news directly to your inbox

Top stories

Leaving home will be nearly impossible without a negative test

Mass testing, which the government has now branded as screening, starts tomorrow.

PM Igor Matovič

Why Trump's Twitter ban is no censorship

The solution is to force Facebook to regulate their content more — not less.

Economic restart after COVID-19 should be green

Slovakia’s plan for using money from the EU’s Recovery Fund, innovation potential and examples of green solutions and the challenge of renovating buildings are among the highlights of the latest Business Focus.

The Velux plant in Partizánske utilises 97 percent of waste from production.

More tips for outings in Bratislava during the lockdown

Walks along the Danube bank offer a feeling of being far from the city rush.

This place, part of Ovsištské Lúky (Ovsište Meadows) in Petržalka, is still Bratislava.