Hyundai Heavy Industries

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Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
Traded as KRX: 009540
Industry Heavy equipment
Founded 1972; 44 years ago (1972)
Headquarters Ulsan, South Korea
Area served
Key people
Kwon Oh Gap (President & 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
Slogan We build a better future
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Hangul 현대중공업 (주)
Hanja 現代重工業(株)
Revised Romanization Hyeondae Junggongeop
McCune–Reischauer Hyŏndae Chunggongŏp

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: Wind turbine, Solar module

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