With a strong engineering tradition dating back to the earliest days of the industrial revolution, machinery and equipment have continued to be among the leading exports of Czechia. Cars, along with other types of transportation vehicles and engineering goods, make up more than half of the country’s exports. It is interesting to note that Czechia’s per capita car production rate is the second highest in the world. The country’s robust engineering sector also contributes to its strong position as a global arms supplier.

Did you know that Czechia is one of the few countries capable of building an airplane?

Czechia has a broad range of traditional products with a cultural heritage that make up a significant part of its global exports: beer, glass, ceramics and pianos, to name a few. There are, however, high-tech products made in Czechia as well, such as 3D printers from Prusa Research and the latest in hospital beds from Linet.