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Introduction / 02 Organization / 04 Building Facilities / 06 Research & Development / 10 Quality Management / 14 Health, Safety and Environmental Management / 15 Ships / 16 Tankers Full Containerships Bulk Carriers / OBO Carriers Gas Carriers Drillships / FPSOs Car Carriers / RoPax / Ro-Ro Ships Naval Ships / Special Purpose Vessels Other Divisions / 30 Company Chronicle / 32 Amenities / 34 Performance Record / 36 Global Network / 80

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We Build a Better Tomorrow Since the ground-breaking of a new shipyard in 1972 in Ulsan, Hyundai Heavy Industries continues to invest in new facilities and expertise of our workforce. As the world’s leading shipyard since the 1980s, we can deliver about 80 ships or 7 million GT yearly from 10 dry docks. In March 2012 we become the first shipbuilder in the world to reach 100 million GT in ship production. However, our true value lies in the quality of our ships. We have been playing a leading role in developing new ship designs, advancing shipbuilding technology, and enhancing ship...

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Since our establishment in 1972, we have not only been successful in shipbuilding, but also expanded business activities to various heavy industry fields. Our goal is to become one of the world’s premier heavy industry companies, helping to improve quality of life in the 21st century. Shipbuilding Division Offshore & Engineering Division Industrial Plant & Engineering Division Engine & Machinery Division Electro Electric Systems Division Green Energy Construction Equipment Division . Ship Sales . Production Planning Shipbuilding Division Management & Administration Technical & Skilled...

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Hyundai Heavy Industries operates 10 drydocks equipped with 9 Goliath cranes and cutting-edge construction facilities in Ulsan and Gunsan. Each drydock and facility is specially designed to build ships the most efficiently for that ship type: Drydock No.1 is mainly assigned for drillships; Drydock No.3, with a capacity of 1 million DWT, can build containerships and tankers at the same time; Drydocks 6 and 7 build naval ships and special purpose vessels; and Drydock No. 8 is for LNG ships. The Gunsan Shipyard, built in 2009, features a 1.3 million DWT drydock, a 1,650 ton Goliath crane and...

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Hyundai Samho Shipyard HHI has been doing ship sales activities on behalf of Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries since Hyundai Samho became a part of HHI Group in 1999. Initial designing and procurement are also consolidated between the two companies. Located in the south-western part of the Korean peninsula, Hyundai Samho has 2 drydocks and 1 on-land building berth equipped with modernized facilities, in which 50 ships can be built annually in various ship types: VLCC to Panamax Tanker, Panamax to Ultra-large Containership, VLOC to Kamsarmax B/C, PCTC and LNG/LPG carrier to FPSO, etc. The...

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Advanced Facilities HHI’s Ulsan shipyard is equipped with the most advanced facilities, from fully automated steel-cutting lines to environmentally-controlled painting shops. With a high level of automation and new production technologies ranging from off-line welding robots and indoor production of 40 m long blocks, to the two-component proportioning system in painting, HHI offers a number of advantages-greater productivity gains, reduced building time, and, above all, superb ship quality. HHI provides an ideal site for shipbuilding that you cannot find anywhere else in the world. The...

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Research & Development is an essential requirement for improvement and advancement of modern technology. HHI’s commitment to research and development has been a motivating factor to company’s many technical achievements and will continue to be a vital factor in the future. HHI’s R&D comprises of Corporate Technology Institute, five business division research institutes, and Technology Administration Office.

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Advanced Technology Institute The Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) was founded in 2012 to upgrade the core technologies, and systems commonly required for HHI’s world-class products. The institute develops new technologies which will be essential for long-term growth. ATI’s typical advanced technologies are for comfort, safety and eco-friendliness which are essential to upgrade the quality of HHI’s products, and more importantly, to satisfy our clients. ATI is also developing core technologies for offshore structures and power plants. ATI’s scope is offshore oil plants, offshore gas...

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Frontier Technology Institute Frontier Technology Institute (FTI) was founded in 2012 to play a pioneering role in creating new growth engines for HHI. FTI’s strategy is to explore, develop, and incubate promising technologies to launch as businesses. FTI’s research currently covers a wide range of energy-related areas, medical robots, and enhanced industrial design. Maritime Research Institute The Maritime Research Institute (MRI) was founded in 1984 to help HHI achieve its goals in the marine field. At present, MRI possesses first-class core technologies and helps upgrade the quality of...

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Electro Electric Systems Research Institute The Electro Electric Systems Research Institute (EESRI) was established in 1982. EESRI provides key technologies through cutting edge research to create a better future for our clients. We are always seeking new technological insights to transform into high-quality products and businesses. With a strong emphasis on electrical engineering and mechanical engineering, EESRI is engaged in a variety of R&D activities addressing technologies from fundamental to applied, and from theoretical to practical. Green Energy Research Institute HHI has a global...

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Quality Management We at HHI take pride in the quality of our ships and service to our clients. With the ISO 9001 Quality Management Certificate, we are monitoring, inspecting, analyzing, and improving our quality and service at every step of the building process. This attitude extends to designing, purchasing, outfitting, painting, welding, and outsourcing as well. We will continue to train our workforce, develop technology, improve building methods, and invest on upgrading facilities to produce more competitive quality products for our clients.

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