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MS Composit


MSComposit is offering RC remote control models (RC car models,RC helicopter models,RC airplane models, RC ship models,RC army tank models), accessories for RC models (gyroscopes, servos, remote controls, receivers, accumulators etc.), spare parts for RC models as well as other modelling gear for RC models (electric engines, combustion engines, RC electronics, glowplugs, exhaust manifolds, night rotor blades etc.) that originated from Czechoslovakia.

Czechoslovakia was a sovereign state in Central Europe which existed from October 1918, when it declared its independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, until 1992. On January 1, 1993 Czechoslovakia peacefully split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Czechoslovakia inherited the bulk of existing industrial assets following the breakup of the Austro-Hungarian Empireafter World War I. Industrialization continued in the interwar years. Even before World War II, the country’s armaments and heavy industries were producing commodities accepted throughout the world. World War II left Czechoslovak industrial facilities largely intact.

After WWII, the economy was centrally planned, with command links controlled by the communist party, similarly to the Soviet Union. The large metallurgical industry was dependent on imports of iron and non-ferrous ores. In the late 1940s, Czechoslovakia was one of the most industrialized countries in the world, and the quality of its products was comparable to that of other industrialized countries.

During the 1970s, Czechoslovakia had signed specialization and joint investment agreements with other Comecon members, committing the country to specific long-term obligations in particular production branches (machine tools and railroad locomotives, for example), partly to ensure the inflow of energy and raw materials.

In 1985 the most important branches of industry in terms of the monetary value of their contribution to the economy were machinery, electrical engineering, metalworking, chemicals, asbestos, rubber, and ferrous metallurgy (including ore extraction). Important manufactured products were vehicles, railroad goods, aircraft, electrical goods, heavy machinery, and precision equipment.

In the 1980s, Czechoslovakia was — except for the Soviet Union — Eastern Europe’s only builder of heavy-duty nuclear power equipment and was a joint supplier of such products to other Comecon members. For export, Czechoslovakia specialized in smaller units, while the Soviet Union supplied the larger capacity reactors.

In the early and mid-1980s, as part of an effort to “restructure” the industrial economy, the government sought to reduce the relative importance of metallurgy within the industrial sector, cutting back particularly on such traditional products as pig iron, raw steel, and rolled ferrous products in favor of more profitable and less energy-intensive branches.

Extractive and manufacturing industries dominated this sector. Major branches included machinery, chemicals, food processing, metallurgy, and textiles. Industry was wasteful of energy, materials, and labor and slow to upgrade technology, but the country was a source of high-quality machinery, aircraft, aero engines and instruments, electronics and arms for other communist countries.

Thus, the company MS Composit Ltd. has been established in the year 2002, but the tradition of this mark began already before, in the year 1994, when constituent partners of former company Modelsport started the production of composite rotor blades with the name of MS Composit. These products, thanks to their high quality level got very soon a good and fixed position on the world’s market.

The original program of the company Modelsport was the commercial activity, concerning the modelling, oriented to RC aeromodels and helicopters. The company offered the complete service and consultant activity, completed with flying training of RC models of planes and helicopters.

In the year 2000 the company placed the unique RC micro-helicopter Hornetof its own production on the market, which was, a helicopter designed by Picollo of the German company Ikarus, the only one product of this type in the world. With this product started a big boom of this category of RC models in the world of aeromodels.

This success supported the development of the company and the establishment of a new legal subject under the worldwide known name MS Composit.

Today the company MS Composit Ltd. continues to produce RC models of airplanes, helicopters and accessories for these models. It continues to produce at present worldwide well-known rotor blades of carbon and glass composites for all types of RC helicopters of all categories.

It deals with commercial activity, sale, export and import of articles, concerning this very interesting line of business. In connection with the commercial activity, our company offers also the necessary service related to the sale and operation of RC models, namely of helicopters.