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Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
- 108,000.00 KRW
South KoreaAug 14, 2018
Market cap (KRW)7,469.86B
Market cap (USD)6,622.51M
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South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries is one of the world's largest shipbuilders. It is also involved in oil refining through its subsidiary, Hyundai Oilbank. The company is one of the largest manufacturers in South Korea after Samsung Electronics, Hyundai Motor and others, with annual sales of around 50 trillion won.
Shipbuilding and oil refining are the company's two main sources of revenue. It also conducts business in areas such as offshore and engineering, construction equipment and electro electric systems.
The company's specialization in high-value-added vessels such as liquefied natural gas carriers and drill ships propelled it to the top of the shipbuilding industry in terms of volume years ago. Earnings, however, are precarious because of increased competition from Chinese rivals since the 2008 global financial crisis.
In the year ended December 2014, the company logged its biggest operating loss since its 1973 founding. It is now implementing structural reforms such as consolidating its group businesses, cutting jobs and reducing salaries. Unlike Hyundai Motor, which has a powerful labor union, relations between staff and management at Hyundai Heavy Industries are favorable. However, its unionized workers in 2014 staged their first strike in about 20 years to protest against the structural reforms.
Chung Mong-joon, the sixth son of the Hyundai conglomerate founder Chung Ju-yung, is the company's major shareholder. Chung, who has also served as chairman of the Korea Football Association and a member of the National Assembly, has decisive influence over the management of the company. Chung is expected to pass the baton to his son in the future.
|Income before tax||-26,905.46M||-23.79M|
|Dividends Per Share||0||0|
|Operating cash flow||978,574.01M||865.60M|
|Currency in KRW||Currency in USD|
|Dec 2013||Dec 2014||Dec 2015||Dec 2016||Dec 2017|
|Income before tax||144,293.33M||-3,105.04B||-1,841.41B||96,027.01M||-26,905.46M|
|Dividends Per Share||2,556.96||2,556.96||--||--||0|
|Operating cash flow||2,617.59B||1,691.67B||-680,519.06M||2,055.03B||978,574.01M|
|Dec 2013||Dec 2014||Dec 2015||Dec 2016||Dec 2017|
|Income before tax||131.80M||-2,949.71M||-1,626.97M||82.76M||-23.79M|
|Dividends Per Share||2.33||2.42||--||--||0|
|Operating cash flow||2,391.01M||1,607.05M||-601.26M||1,771.29M||865.60M|
- Vice Chairman & Co-Chief Executive Officer: Oh-Gap Kwon
- President, Co-Chief Executive Officer & Director: Hwan-Goo Kang
- President & Director: Sam-Hyeon Gah
- Chief Financial Officer: Young-Chul Cho
- Vice President & Head-Compliance Management: Sea-Heon Oh
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- The Vanguard Group, Inc. (1.4%)
- BlackRock Fund Advisors (1.1%)
- Norges Bank Investment Management (0.6%)
- Asan Nanum Foundation (0.6%)
- Address: 1000 Bangeojin Sunhwan-doro, Dong-gu, Ulsan, 44032, South Korea
- Phone: +126.96.36.1994
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