CPF is Czech forge producing open-die (free) forgings, closed-die (drop) forgings, steel forgings, aluminium forgings, copper forgings, brass forgings, titanium forgings, nimomic forgings like p.e. forged turbine blades, forged compressor blades, forged connecting rods, forged gear wheels, forged crankshafts, forged valves, forged rings, forged shafts, forged propeller blades and other types of hot forgings.
Czech Precision Forge 2017 Order Book Rises More Than 50% Over Prior Year, Secures Long Term Financing to 2023
Plzen – Czech Precision Forge a.s. (CPF), the specialist large closed-die forging company in West Bohemia, has secured first quarter 2017 monthly order book growth between 50% to 100% above year ago levels. The sustained order development follows fourth quarter 2016 sales growth of a similar magnitude. In addition, the strong performance has enabled CPF management and shareholders to secure very competitive financing terms for all its needs from its primary bank, assuring its operations through the year 2023. With that in place, CPF now has the flexibility to begin planning investments to optimize its production capacity for newly acquired customers and market segments.
By Viktor Macha in 2005.
Plant facts and figures
The plant have an annual capacity of 50000 tons.
The following processes are conducted in the plant:
This plant produces the following type of products:
Forging facility in Pilsen was established by Emil Skoda in 1882.
“Small forge” with first closed-die forges was built in 1906 for war equipment needs. This shop creates current shape of CPF.
Production range differed together with the 20th century needs – from Larent&Klement car components to german artillery bombs.
CPF company took over the “Small forge” in 2003. Main orientation is put into power generation, marine industry, transport technology, aviation and oil industry.