In cooperation with Nimble energy, C.S.CARGO brings the first high-capacity mobile energy-storage unit to the Czech Republic
At the end of last week, C.S.CARGO delivered to the Czech Republic the first high-capacity battery enabling storage and reuse of electricity. The mobile battery with capacity of 352 kWh, which was introduced by the Dutch manufacturer Alfen at the Intersolar trade fair last year, is a new innovation in the Czech Republic.
C.S.CARGO transported the high-capacity battery to the Czech Republic for the company Nimble energy and its customer CE Energy. The battery will serve to support the storage of electricity and as a power source in the event of unplanned outages. Thanks to its easy handling, the unit can be used according to current requirements as, for example, a more ecological alternative to diesel generators at music and other festivals.
“At C.S.CARGO, we have long striven to support sustainable development. One of the steps in that direction is, for example, annual replacement of the vehicle fleet so that our vehicles fulfil the strictest Euro 5 EEV and Euro 6 emissions norms. Therefore, we are pleased that we could carry out the transport of a battery that will help to overcome current obstacles and push development forward,” says Aziz Jahić, marketing director at C.S.CARGO.
At present, mobile high-capacity batteries are a possible solution ensuring use of energy on a larger scale – in connection with the operations of major companies, supporting the stability of distribution grids and at one-off events. The battery was manufactured in cooperation with BMW, as battery units from BMW i electric vehicles are used within it.
“Demand associated with the development of high-capacity batteries not only for alternative sources of energy is shifting to the Czech Republic. I believe that after returnable plastic beverage cups, which are now part of every larger festival, clean energy sources, such as mobile batteries, will become another feature of those kinds of events,” says Lubomír Kohout of Nimble energy.
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.
Aleš Willert, general manager of C.S.CARGO Group, has been named vice-president for freight haulage of the ČESMAD BOHEMIA Association of Road Transport Operators for the next three years. This service and lobbying organisation assists its member with advancing their interests.
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