Hyundai Heavy Industries / POSCO Site Visit
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) wrote the first chapter of its shipbuilding history in June 1974. Ever since its establishment, HHI has consolidated its presence as the world’s leading heavy industries company, taking 15% share of the world shipbuilding market. With a high level of automation and new production technologies ranging from welding robots, indoor production of 40-meter long blocks to the environmentally controlled paint shop, HHI is striving to deliver unrivalled products and services with greater value.
From the indomitable pioneering spirit of HHI’s founder, Chung Ju-yung, HHI has not only contributed to Korea’s economic development but also has entrenched itself as a responsible global corporate citizen contributing to the sustainable development of the world economy.
For more information, please visit english.hhi.co.kr
POSCO was established on April 1, 1968, as the first integrated steel mill in South Korea. Since its foundation, POSCO has grown to produce 41 million tons of crude steel a year and has grown to become a global business with production and sales in 53 countries in the world. Under the vision of ‘With POSCO’, POSCO bases its value on compassion, co-existence and co-prosperity actively embracing social issues as a management priority.
POSCO’s steel products are widely used in everyday lives. Automotive, shipbuilding, energy and home appliances are just a few examples of how extensively POSCO’s products are used. With an annual capacity of 42 million tons of steel products, POSCO has earned worldwide recognition for its superb technology and excellent quality.
For more information, please visit posco.co.kr/homepage/docs/eng6/jsp/s91a0000001i.jsp