New Appointments at C.S.CARGO
New arrival to the post of Finance Director of C.S.CARGO a.s. Czech Republic.
Prague, 7 August 2013 – Starting on 1 September 2013, Martin Hrubý will join the top management of C.S.CARGO a.s. Czech Republic as the new Finance Director. He will replace Martin Hrdina who has been promoted to the position of C.S.CARGO Group CFO starting on 1 October 2013.
Martin Hrdina has managed successfully the Finance Department of C.S.CARGO a.s. Czech Republic for close to three years. He came to C.S.CARGO after four-year tenure as Finance Director and person in charge of financial operations at Bestsport a.s., the company that runs the Prague-based O2 Arena. In the past, he served in various financial positions with Lucent Technologies. A graduate of the University of Economics in Prague, he speaks fluent English.
"Martin Hrdina was a key member of the team that took part in the successful formulation of internal processes and restructuring of C.S.CARGO. He has the ability to identify opportunities in a complex manner, not only from the viewpoint of finances, but also on the merit of business factors. I believe that the reshuffle will provide a high amount of value added for the development of the group as a whole," explains Jan Blaško, the Chairman of the Board of C.S.CARGO a.s.
Martin Hrubý is joining C.S.CARGO a.s. after serving as Finance Director with O.K. Trans Praha s.r.o. for more than five years. In the past, he held various finance-related positions in companies specializing in retail trading. A graduate of the University of Economics in Prague, he speaks fluent English.
"Martin Hrubý possesses a large amount of valuable experience with corporate finance management, controlling, and financial planning in the transportation and logistics segment. I am convinced that he will continue to develop successfully the strategic values of C.S.CARGO in the Czech Republic," adds Jan Blaško.
Prague, 16 June 2020 - In 2019, the transport and logistics group C.S.CARGO earned a total of 4.8 billion crowns from all its activities. Profitability in the EBITDA indicator increased to 404 million crowns. The group recorded growth in the logistics segment. Maritime transport and air cargo have risen by 13%.
C.S.CARGO travelled with women sailors Dominika Vaďurová and Sára Tkadlecová to the World Championship in Auckland, New Zealand. The company carried all their equipment for the 49erFX class World Championship from December 3 to 8, which was also a qualifier for the Tokyo Olympics.
A total of 16 teams started in the O2 Prague Relay at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, 27 June. Dressed in the C.S.CARGO colours, 64 of our colleagues faced the task of conquering the 4 x 5 km course in the shortest possible time.
The revenues of the transport and logistics group C.S.CARGO grew to more than CZK 4.8 billion last year. Of key importance for this growth was, in particular, the road transport segment with 7% year-on-year growth amounting to CZK 242 million. Logistics also confirmed continuous growth in 2018 with 71,000 m2 of warehousing capacity. Shipping to the CIS countries, sea and air transport and customs services also continued the growth trend. The operating result at the EBITDA level amounted to CZK 262 million.
C.S.CARGO defends its primacy in the Employer of the Year competition in the regional category of up to 5,000 employees
C.S.CARGO has again found success in the Employer of the Year ranking, which is part of the Annual Employers’ Club Awards 2019. Like last year, the company won first place in the category Regional Employer with up to 5,000 employees in the Hradec Králové region.
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