Hyundai Heavy Industries

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Coordinates: 35°31′07″N 129°26′21″E / 35.518747°N 129.4390652°E / 35.518747; 129.4390652

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
Traded as KRX: 009540
Industry Heavy equipment
Founded 1972; 45 years ago (1972)
Headquarters Ulsan, South Korea
Area served
Key people
Kwon Oh Gap (Vice Chairman & CEO)
Revenue US$ 39.33 billion (2015)[1][2]
US$ (1.31) billion (2015)[1][2]
US$ (1.16) billion (2015)[1][2]
Number of employees
25,093 (2012)
Parent Hyundai Heavy Industries Group
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Hangul 현대중공업 (주)
Hanja 現代重工業(株)
Revised Romanization Hyeondae Junggongeop
McCune–Reischauer Hyŏndae Chunggongŏp
Hyundai Heavy Industries cranes and ship yard

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (HHI) is the world's largest shipbuilding company,[3][4] headquartered in Ulsan, South Korea. It has seven business divisions: Shipbuilding, Offshore & Engineering, Industrial Plant & Engineering, Engine & Machinery, Electro & Electric Systems, Construction Equipment, and Green Energy.

Their distribution network for solar products covers over 72 distributors and wholesalers, across over 20 different countries.[5]


  • Shipbuilding: Containership, Drillship, LNG carrier, Naval ship – including technologies such as Skybench
  • Construction Equipment: Excavator, Wheel Loader, Backhoe Loader, Road Roller, Forklift
  • Offshore & Engineering: FPSO, Semi-submersible
  • Industrial Plant & Engineering: Power plant, Oil & Gas production facility, Desalination plant
  • Engine & Machinery: Marine engine, Engine power plant, Industrial robot
  • Electro Electric Systems: Transformer, Gas Insulated Switchgear, Substation
  • Green Energy: Solar module

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