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Skoda Engine History

SKODA was founded by two mechanics in 1985 and they started with the manufacturing of bicycles of thein own design and they name it as the Salvia in the end of 19th century. In 1899, Laurin and Klement Co began producing motorcycles and they were very successful with this new diversification in their business and won several racing victories. In 1905, they converted their motorcycle production into the production of automobiles. The production volume was increased by 1907 and exceeds the potential of private enterprises, and the founders of the company initiated a joint stock company and they expanded their operations with the production of trucks for the armed forces during the World War I. They were involved in producing trucks, busses, passenger cars, ships and plane engines along with the efforts and immense development in producing the agriculture machinery till 1920s. It was important to make a venture with any well established company to further modernise their operations due the economic conditions of the country and they finally made it with the Pilsen SKODA Co in 1925. Laurin Klement trademark finally dissolved and in early 1930s, business was again organised as a separate joint stock company within the SKODA Group. A large scale nationalisation process began after the World War II and the company became nationalised under the name of AZNP in 1946 and they acquired the monopoly of the passenger cars within the economic and political changes of that time. At the end of 1960s, this practice became questionable due to technological advancements in the western world however an unlimited economical stagnation began after 1970s, and affected the operations of the company. In 1987, the production process again raised up when a great SKODA favourite model came in for sale. In 1989, once again due to the marketing conditions modification, SKODA and Czech government were in search of a strong foreign partner to save the SKODA and secure its long term competitiveness in the market and finally they decided to go with the Volkswagen Group of Germany and they made it in 1990. The joint venture between SKODA and Volkswagen began in 1991 under the name of SKODA along with the other four brands of Volkswagen Group.

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