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The Czech company FV Plats is planning to use the management system from INEKON SYSTEMS to increase their competitiveness on domestic and foreign markets.
INEKON SYSTEMS won the call for tenders for a management information system for AGROFERT HOLDING to monitor and evaluate the reporting of its subsidiaries.

Czech trams are to become part of the municipal transportation system that serves millions of people every day

After 420 of trouble-free operation, the tram supplied to Seattle by INEKON GROUP reached some 100,000 kilometer coverage. It is another historical landmark after Czech trams achieved to transport a sum of 500,000 passengers on the line from the suburbian area South Lake Union to the center. Seattle's growing liking for trams is witnessed by the fact that in last November polls the city inhabitants approved a project to build 58 kilometers of new lines till 2020. Negotiations between municipal representation and INEKON GROUP on supplies of more vehicles are on the way already.
INEKON GROUP, a. s., has received their third award in the TOP 100 Czech Companies competition. Inekon ranked among six Czech companies that achieved exceptional results in the field of innovation and deployment. In 2006 and 2007, Inekon was awarded by the non-profit organization Comenius for their dynamic growth. Top 100 Czech Companies 2008 is an established competition in which Czech companies (registered in the Czech Republic) are assessed and awareded on an independent basis. More information can be found on www.comenius.cz.
A contract in the amount of approximately 4.7 billion CZK was signed by Inekon representatives for the construction of a new cement plant near Al Arish (capital of Northern Sinai). It was a successful end to the company's participation in a tender announce by North Sinai Cement Company at the beginning of this year. The company promised to deposit by the end of this year an advance payment and to provide a letter of credit in order for the design preparation to start as soon as possible. The cement plant with a planned production capacity of 1.6 million tons of cement per year should be put in operation by 2011.
Joint statment by INEKON Group a.s. and ŠKODA TRANSPORTATION s.r.o.

Josef Hušek, Director General of Inekon Group, and Tomáš Krsek, Director General of Škoda Transportation signed an agreement on future collaboration. Officially, the agreement is the end of any existing business law suits raging between both companies since 2002. The goal of these two major Czech tram producers is to win together a giant contract in Canada in the total amount of 12 billion Czech korunas.
INEKON POWER is actively involved in the Czech government's help to developing countries. In collaboration with forestry and woodworking company CE WOOD, Inekon established a public utility company SUSFOREN. Its goal will be the implementation of ecological projects in Latin American countries in collaboration with the Czech Agricultural University. Initially, the company activities will be financed by contributions of the founding members. Later also by funds related to WNO ecological projects, EU programs and other sources.
INEKON GROUP is about to increase basic capital by 169 million CZK to 201.5 million CZK. The company will strengthen its position towards business partners in the implementation of financially demanding contracts in the area of investment units contracted in the last two years. Currently, the company is preparing the construction of cement works in Vietnam, Iraq and Tajikistan. The value of these three contracts exceeds 12 billion CZK. Today, Inekon filed an application to the Commercial Register to record the change of basic capital.
Today, INEKON GROUP, a. s. put in operation in Sofia a Czech prototype of a modern tramway car for Bulgaria. It is the first of
eighteen vehicles that are to be modernized under a 380 million CZK contract. It is also the biggest contract for the renovation of old trams that was signed by the Czech tramway vehicle producer in the last ten years. The prototype was handed over to the representatives of Sofia municipality. The trams will be operated by the organization Elektrotransport Sofia. Work on other renovations according to the Czech prototype will be implemented by the Bulgarian company TRAMCAR Sofia.
Inekon Group, a.s. has already signed seven contracts in Asian countries, told Josef Hušek, director general of Inekon on the Czech-Asian Business Forum in BestWestern Kampa in Prague. The total volume of orders that Inekon is preparing for Asia amounts to nearly 700 million euro.