As a consequence of the recent arrival and success of numerous new car manufacturers, many car companies have indicated interest in Pakistan.
According to recent developments, Škoda Motors indicated interest in setting up an assembly facility in Pakistan.
A crew from Škoda Motors met in Prague, Czech Republic, on Monday, with the Pakistani Ambassador. The participants were Christina Silen, Škoda Motors’ head of the Global Regions, and Petr Sales Asia Head, Ondej Cerny, Ambassador Muhammad Khalid Jamali, Head of the New Markets, and Hassan Aslam, Head of the Czech Pak Chambers of Business.
It was established in 1895 as Laurin & Klement by Škoda Motors, a Czech car manufacturer, based in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic. In 1925, Škoda Works, an industrial behemoth that became state-owned in 1948, bought Laurin & Klement.
With presence in over 100 countries, Škoda is one of the globe’s most popular manufacturers in many parts of the world. It is also behind Porsche the second most lucrative vehicle manufacturer for the VAG group.