C.S.CARGO is a partner of the unique Memory of Nations YES/NO exhibiton, which is open for viewing in a special truck at Náměstí Míru in Prague until 19 October
C.S.CARGO is a partner of the Memory of Nations: YES/NO international exhibition, which is currently culminating at Náměstí Míru in Prague. The exhibition is housed in a truck and in a unique manner tells the story of people from various countries who became informants of the communist secret police or, conversely, bravely defied totalitarian power. The unusual truck previously passed through six European countries and reached the end of its journey in Prague. The exhibition is open to visitors free of charge until 19 October.
“We see tremendous sense in the Memory of Nations: Yes/No exhibition, which is a project of the Post Bellum non-profit organisation. We must preserve the stories of the heroes and antiheroes of that time and hand them down to the coming generations. I believe that the attractive format of the exhibition and its placement on one of the most visited squares in Prague will ensure that it enjoys an audience of all generations,” says Aziz Jahić, marketing director at C.S.CARGO, which is a partner of the exhibition.
The exhibition is unique in terms of both content and form. With an iron structure and wooden backdrops, the exhibition’s creators transformed the truck trailer into a courtyard leading to twelve apartments. When looking through the doors via built-in peepholes, viewers see and hear the individual stories. The exhibition was commenced in May in Slovakia and later travelled to Hungary, Austria, Poland and Denmark before making its penultimate stop in Germany. In Prague, the exhibition is part of the celebrations connected with the country’s centennial.
Memory of Nations is the most expansive publicly accessible commemorative database in Europe, which the Post Bellum non-profit organisation is building and administrating in cooperation with the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes and Czech Radio.
Aleš Willert becomes new general manager of the entire C.S.CARGO group. Petr Volák takes over management of the Czech company C.S.CARGO
Prague, 13 September 2018 – Aleš Willert, until recently the general manager of C.S.CARGO, became the general manager of the entire C.S.CARGO Holding a.s. group on 1 September. He was replaced at C.S.CARGO a.s. by Petr Volák. The purpose of these changes is to enhance synergies of all countries where C.S.CARGO operates, mutual cooperation and exploitation of business opportunities.
C.S.CARGO is a partner of this year’s edition of the Letní Letná international festival. The event featuring performances by foreign and Czech stars of contemporary circus will take place in Prague from 15 August to 2 September. In addition to the festival itself, C.S.CARGO is also a supporter of the spectacular opening of the festival in the form of an open air show titled De Nova Stella, which was created on the occasion of the festival’s fifteenth anniversary. This free show will be performed twice, on Wednesday, 15 August, and Thursday, 16 August.
Prague, 2 July 2018 – Last year, the revenues of C.S.CARGO Group, haulage and logistic services provider, went up to close to CZK 4.7 billion. The logistic services segment was a major contributor, as a result of a 40% increase of warehouse capacity, seconded by a higher demand for deliveries to Russia and all former CIS states. The Group also invested more than CZK 200 million in the upgrade of its fleet of trucks over the period.
The Forman Brothers Theatre’s ARENA is a festival of theatre, new circus, music and contemporary visual art. The purpose of the festival is to create more space in the centre of Prague that visitors can use for cultural experiences and relaxation.
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