Vitkovice

Vitkovice

 

a part of the city of Ostrava in Czechoslovakia, where the K. Gotwald Vitkovice Metallurgy Combine is located. There are coal mines in the Vitkovice region.

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Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed next morning, we began our tour of the city's industrial Dolni Vitkovice - the fourth-most visited tourist attraction.
s., Vitkovice Heavy Machinery a.s., Cink Hydro Energy, Regulus spol.
This Vitkovice RK5000 bucket-chain excavator was under repair at the time; its 125 mm-diameter slew-ring balls had cracked.
In 2015, OKD laid off over 300 employees, Vitkovice Steel terminated its operations completely, resulting in job losses for about 300 remaining employees.
Evraz Holding's privatization-related acquisition of the giant Vitkovice Steel (2005) was carried out by the Cyprus-registered affiliate of Evraz Mastercroft Limited.
The initial intention was not to organise improvised events, that has only arisen on its own." While in Opava, go to the Bludny kamen events at the Maticni dum or at the Gottfrei centre; in Ostrava, they have been held at the Galerie vytvarnych umeni (Gallery of Fine Arts) and the Plato gallery within the Vitkovice Ironworks complex, which, as a tourist, you are bound to visit anyway.
After implementing the first automated border control gates at the end of 2011, secunet has won the follow-on order in conjunction with the Czech partner Vitkovice IT Solutions (VITSOL).
The recent sale of one of the country's largest steelmills at Vitkovice is a sign of the times.
Just get me over there!" 'e family took him to the Czech city of Ostrava, where the young Nathan Walker played for Vitkovice Steel, becoming a star European player leading to his signing this summer by the Washington Caps.
UK-based steel group Evraz Plc (LON:EVR) seeks to seal a deal for the sale of its Czech subsidiary Vitkovice next month, chairman Alexander Abramov said.
Huge development in mining and heavy industry in the next decades caused a dynamic population growth with migrants gathered around the historical cores of small towns and villages and even more intensively around industrial complexes (Vitkovice, Privoz, Svinov) and mines (Slezska Ostrava, Kuncicky).