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Automotive Intelligence for Professionals: The South Korea AutoBook includes company profiles of OEM car makers, multinational and local automotive parts suppliers as well as organizations, media and exhibitions.

It also includes detailed statistics about Automotive sales, market share, OEM capacities and information about new programs 2017-20.

The South Korea AutoBook helps you to identify new customers in the Automotive industry in South Korea and provides key contact information.

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South Korea AutoBook Preview

  1. 1. Korea AutoBook 2017Photo: Hyundai c PREVIEW
  2. 2. ii WELCOME!
 
 South Korea has the worlds fifth largest automotive Industry and the fifth largest automobile export volume in the world. The Korean Auto Industry has been a key factor in Koreas economic growth since the 1990’s. The industry itself already contributes more than 10% to the national economy is areas including employment, production and exports. Business Development, Outsourcing, and Localization The information was compiled from personal research, the internet and support of friends at automotive companies, automotive organizations, industrial estates and business associates and is intended to support: 1) Business Development - managers who seek to identify potential customers and sales opportunities in South Korea’s automotive industry. 2) Outsourcing – local and international commodity managers, buyers who are looking to source automotive components from South Korea. 3) Localization – international managers desiring to expand their market and set up a footprint in South Korea – either for distribution or local production. Focus on contacts To make your work easier, the South Korea AutoBook features QuickLinks to access web sites, Google Maps locations and social media sites of the featured companies and their representatives. Simply click on the following icons to connect: I am sure this book will give you lots of information and inspire you to do business in South Korea. Bangkok, July 2017 Ulrich Kaiser
  3. 3. Taiwan-made machine tools leap into new-generation manufacturing Vertically and horizontally integrated Apart from supplying advanced machining equipment to the global manufacturing market, Taiwan also provides integrated machine development solutions. The nation operates one of the world’s most prolific industry clusters, which gives its machinery makers an edge in providing complete supply chain service and one-stop machining solutions to international manufacturers. Industrial parks located across the island serve as bases of thousands of machine tool makers, assemblers, and machine part suppliers who are globally recognized for their skills and technological achievements. They support each other through cooperation and collaboration, thus enabling them to be as flexible and adaptable as possible. Upstream and downstream companies in the machinery industry are integrated vertically. Furthermore, the Taiwan machine tool sector is also aligning with other industries like information technology. By integrating horizontally, Taiwan machine tool suppliers have tapped into the strengths of other sectors to create more advanced machining applications. The rise of multifunction machines, customized machining processes, and smart automation solutions from Taiwan has greatly improve overall manufacturing performance. This is also fueling a surge in demand for hybrid machine tools. Manufacturers can easily find Taiwan-made machines that blend additive manufacturing and multi-tasking functions. Hybrid machines like these are especially well-suited for small lot production of difficult-to-cut materials required in the aerospace, medical and energy industries. Taiwan’s growing success in providing machining automation is also the result of horizontal integration. For example, energy-efficient power products from leading companies have helped makers increase the power supply efficiency of their machines by up to 90 percent. Meanwhile, automation solution providers in Taiwan have secured a number of patents for measurement applications, which can substantially improve capability to provide in-house automated handling and manufacturing execution systems (MES). Such automation systems will help realize fully automated cells in factories. Taiwan machine tool makers have mustered enough support from the nation’s technology sector, giving them the edge to create machining solutions for maximum stability, efficiency, and functionality. For manufacturers who are aiming to boost productivity and quality, Taiwan provides the most comprehensive solutions in machine tools used in different manufacturing sectors. technique can achieve deeper and more precise holes with smaller diameters. Both help enhance the range of applications of machine tools. With such high- performance machines, good production practices can be upheld by every manufacturer, whether it is located in an advanced nation or a developing country. This also means future machines can level the playing field, which will give underdeveloped economies the opportunity to develop their fledging manufacturing sector with the help of advanced machine tools from Taiwan. Taiwan of late has also made significant inroads in the development of large- sized, multi-axis machines, thus giving a number of local machine tool builders the leverage to compete on the global stage. Several Taiwanese companies specialize in 5-axis, high-speed, double-column, and moving-column machining centers that are extensively used in aviation manufacturing. And so international manufacturers who are sourcing for machine tools that could meet their production requirements do not have to look far as Taiwan offers all sorts of industry-specific machines that can verily meet their expectations and budget. www.twmt.tw Local machinery manufacturers are pillars of Taiwan’s economy: they have for many years maintained a distinct and irreplaceable role in the production sector, especially in the development and supply of machine tools. Nearly every producer who succeeded in the manufacturing market has them to thank for. According to a WTO statistics report, Taiwan placed second among the world’s top contributors to the global value chain in 2015, with nearly 70% of its manufactured goods and services exported worldwide. This evidently shows the extent of Taiwan’s involvement in global trade. On industrial machinery development, Taiwan has managed to preserve a sterling reputation in the global market. This Asian manufacturing powerhouse is ranked alongside the world’s top five exporters and top seven producers of machine tools used in various industries, including automotive, electronics, information and communication technology, aerospace, and large-scale infrastructure. From conventional machine tools to future production facilities Taiwan-made machine tools offer better price-performance ratio than similar ones made by other countries. Each is designed, built, and equipped entirely in- house to ensure utmost quality and machining precision. Machine tools that are exported by Taiwan can be broadly classified into two categories: Conventional machine models with classic features Sophisticated machining units (e.g., EDM, ultrasonic/laser machine tools, electrochemical grinder, photochemical milling machine, and large-scale multi-axis machine) Taiwan’s sophisticated ability in building machine tools is a product of over several decades of manufacturing experience. Locally made machining equipment, such as vertical CNC, lathe, milling machine, drill press, and grinding machine, bears the hallmark of manufacturing flexibility that only Taiwanese builders can execute flawlessly. Providing a range of machining models that meet the requirements of industrial end-users, these unsung heroes have helped put Taiwan on the global machinery map. The nation supplies various types of grinders that include cylindrical, surface, internal and centerless. These boast superior stability and rigidity, which are exactly what manufacturers of automotive gear shafts, auto components, electronics, IT gadgets, and mold dies needed. Taiwan also provides an assortment of vertical and horizontal CNC lathes. Variations in design and functionality of these types distinguish one from another. New-generation lathes also have been launched recently, which feature enhanced operations for better milling, drilling, tapping, and spindle performance. As the global manufacturing sector moves toward simplifying once complicated machining processes down to single a setup, many local machine tool builders are stepping up to the challenge. So far, improvements in machine design successfully eliminate many machining failures resulting from vibrations and drastic temperature changes. New models rolled out of several factories in Taiwan overcome the limitations of traditional machining processes. They feature optimum cutting accuracy, temperature control, and running stability, with every detail considered for modern machining. With all the advances, global manufacturers have more and better options than just conventional processes. Machine buyers could easily notice the differences. Take an EDM for example, locally made EDMs deliver excellent cutting precision, which is made possible by combining linear motor technology and the latest auto wire threading mechanism to meet multi-angle manufacturing requirements. Another good example is the drilling machine. Two types dominate the market currently: ultrasonic drilling ensures machining stability, reduces chipping, and allows micro-hole machining of hard and brittle materials, while laser (1) (2)
  4. 4. Taiwan-made machine tools leap into new-generation manufacturing Vertically and horizontally integrated Apart from supplying advanced machining equipment to the global manufacturing market, Taiwan also provides integrated machine development solutions. The nation operates one of the world’s most prolific industry clusters, which gives its machinery makers an edge in providing complete supply chain service and one-stop machining solutions to international manufacturers. Industrial parks located across the island serve as bases of thousands of machine tool makers, assemblers, and machine part suppliers who are globally recognized for their skills and technological achievements. They support each other through cooperation and collaboration, thus enabling them to be as flexible and adaptable as possible. Upstream and downstream companies in the machinery industry are integrated vertically. Furthermore, the Taiwan machine tool sector is also aligning with other industries like information technology. By integrating horizontally, Taiwan machine tool suppliers have tapped into the strengths of other sectors to create more advanced machining applications. The rise of multifunction machines, customized machining processes, and smart automation solutions from Taiwan has greatly improve overall manufacturing performance. This is also fueling a surge in demand for hybrid machine tools. Manufacturers can easily find Taiwan-made machines that blend additive manufacturing and multi-tasking functions. Hybrid machines like these are especially well-suited for small lot production of difficult-to-cut materials required in the aerospace, medical and energy industries. Taiwan’s growing success in providing machining automation is also the result of horizontal integration. For example, energy-efficient power products from leading companies have helped makers increase the power supply efficiency of their machines by up to 90 percent. Meanwhile, automation solution providers in Taiwan have secured a number of patents for measurement applications, which can substantially improve capability to provide in-house automated handling and manufacturing execution systems (MES). Such automation systems will help realize fully automated cells in factories. Taiwan machine tool makers have mustered enough support from the nation’s technology sector, giving them the edge to create machining solutions for maximum stability, efficiency, and functionality. For manufacturers who are aiming to boost productivity and quality, Taiwan provides the most comprehensive solutions in machine tools used in different manufacturing sectors. technique can achieve deeper and more precise holes with smaller diameters. Both help enhance the range of applications of machine tools. With such high- performance machines, good production practices can be upheld by every manufacturer, whether it is located in an advanced nation or a developing country. This also means future machines can level the playing field, which will give underdeveloped economies the opportunity to develop their fledging manufacturing sector with the help of advanced machine tools from Taiwan. Taiwan of late has also made significant inroads in the development of large- sized, multi-axis machines, thus giving a number of local machine tool builders the leverage to compete on the global stage. Several Taiwanese companies specialize in 5-axis, high-speed, double-column, and moving-column machining centers that are extensively used in aviation manufacturing. And so international manufacturers who are sourcing for machine tools that could meet their production requirements do not have to look far as Taiwan offers all sorts of industry-specific machines that can verily meet their expectations and budget. www.twmt.tw Local machinery manufacturers are pillars of Taiwan’s economy: they have for many years maintained a distinct and irreplaceable role in the production sector, especially in the development and supply of machine tools. Nearly every producer who succeeded in the manufacturing market has them to thank for. According to a WTO statistics report, Taiwan placed second among the world’s top contributors to the global value chain in 2015, with nearly 70% of its manufactured goods and services exported worldwide. This evidently shows the extent of Taiwan’s involvement in global trade. On industrial machinery development, Taiwan has managed to preserve a sterling reputation in the global market. This Asian manufacturing powerhouse is ranked alongside the world’s top five exporters and top seven producers of machine tools used in various industries, including automotive, electronics, information and communication technology, aerospace, and large-scale infrastructure. From conventional machine tools to future production facilities Taiwan-made machine tools offer better price-performance ratio than similar ones made by other countries. Each is designed, built, and equipped entirely in- house to ensure utmost quality and machining precision. Machine tools that are exported by Taiwan can be broadly classified into two categories: Conventional machine models with classic features Sophisticated machining units (e.g., EDM, ultrasonic/laser machine tools, electrochemical grinder, photochemical milling machine, and large-scale multi-axis machine) Taiwan’s sophisticated ability in building machine tools is a product of over several decades of manufacturing experience. Locally made machining equipment, such as vertical CNC, lathe, milling machine, drill press, and grinding machine, bears the hallmark of manufacturing flexibility that only Taiwanese builders can execute flawlessly. Providing a range of machining models that meet the requirements of industrial end-users, these unsung heroes have helped put Taiwan on the global machinery map. The nation supplies various types of grinders that include cylindrical, surface, internal and centerless. These boast superior stability and rigidity, which are exactly what manufacturers of automotive gear shafts, auto components, electronics, IT gadgets, and mold dies needed. Taiwan also provides an assortment of vertical and horizontal CNC lathes. Variations in design and functionality of these types distinguish one from another. New-generation lathes also have been launched recently, which feature enhanced operations for better milling, drilling, tapping, and spindle performance. As the global manufacturing sector moves toward simplifying once complicated machining processes down to single a setup, many local machine tool builders are stepping up to the challenge. So far, improvements in machine design successfully eliminate many machining failures resulting from vibrations and drastic temperature changes. New models rolled out of several factories in Taiwan overcome the limitations of traditional machining processes. They feature optimum cutting accuracy, temperature control, and running stability, with every detail considered for modern machining. With all the advances, global manufacturers have more and better options than just conventional processes. Machine buyers could easily notice the differences. Take an EDM for example, locally made EDMs deliver excellent cutting precision, which is made possible by combining linear motor technology and the latest auto wire threading mechanism to meet multi-angle manufacturing requirements. Another good example is the drilling machine. Two types dominate the market currently: ultrasonic drilling ensures machining stability, reduces chipping, and allows micro-hole machining of hard and brittle materials, while laser (1) (2)
  5. 5. Chapter 1 Introduction Photo: GM
  6. 6. Overview of the Korean Automotive Industry South Korea has the worlds fifth largest automotive Industry and the fifth largest automobile export volume in the world. The Korean Auto Industry has been a key factor in Koreas economic growth since the 1990’s. The industry itself already contributes more than 10% to the national economy is areas including employment, production and exports. The development of the Korean automotive Industry can be understood in four steps that arguably began sometime between the mid 50’s to early 60’s. It began with the early growth phase during the 60’s to mid 70’s; followed by an rapid growth phase until the early 80’s; then leading to further rapid growth and expansion throughout the 80’s; and concluding with the asian economic crisis that came at the end of the 90’s. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Korean Automotive Industry began growing during the mid 50’s to early 60’s. 2. South Korea has become a key automotive player in world, manufacturing over 4.5 million units in 2015. 3. Korea’s Ulsan Port exports over 1 million vehicles annually Overivew Page 5
  7. 7. First Phase During the mid 50’s to early 60’s, Korea was one of the worlds poorest countries. Korea’s GDP per capita during this time was was only 10 percent of that of the United States and a growth rate of only 1 percent. A five year plant was implemented under the rule of Major General Park Chung Hee in 1962 that helped began the growth of the automotive industry. The plan placed a lot of priority for domestic manufacturing of automobiles. To support this new growth, the government prevented imported foreign vehicles to be sold domestically however automobile parts was allowed to support the domestic automotive industry. However, a dependence on foreign automotive parts forced ment that Korean manufacturers only consisted of semi- and fully knocked-down kits that were imported from Japan and the United States. To end this dependence on foreign companies, the government encouraged domestic research and development for automotive products. With government support, this led to the establishment of companies such as Hyundai Motor Company. The aim for Hyundai was to be the first company to create and develop the first Korean Car. Second Phase By the end of the 70’s, total production increased to over 200,000 units, with the domestic content ratio of automobiles being over 90 percent. With time, Korean automobiles improved in quality gaining more acceptance globally. In addition, almost 100 million USD worth of automobiles had been exported to over 67 countries by the start of the 80’s. KIA’s Brisa pickup truck was the first Korean Automobile to be exported to foreign markets. KIA also began strengthening its international relationships by manufacturing Fiat and Peugeot vehicles locally for foreign export. Page 6
  8. 8. Chapter 2 Statistics
  9. 9. Chapter 3 OEMs Photo: KIA
  10. 10. Established in 1967, Hyundai Motor Co. has grown into the Hyundai Motor Group, which was ranked as the world’s fifth-largest automaker since 2007 and includes over two dozen auto-related subsidiaries and affiliates. Globally, the company is the fourth largest manufacturer and operates the world largest integrated facility in Ulsan which has an annual capacity of 1.6 million units. Hyundai Motor, South Korea’s largest automaker, sold 659,565 cars in the Korean domestic market in 2010, reaching a market share of about 45 percent. Outside Korea, the company sold about 2.9 million cars in 2010 in over 186 countries through some 5,300 dealers. In 2015, the company announced it was launching anew luxury brand called Genesis Motors.Hyundai Operates three manufacturing facilities in South Korea. Below is a list of these plants, including the Hyundai-Kia R&D center. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established in 1967 2. Four Manufacturing Plants in Korea 3. Employs 75,000 globally Hyundai Page 10 Hyundai Motor Company Headquarters
 12, Heolleung-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul Tel: +82 (2) 3464 1114 Domestic Business Division 75, Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu Seoul Tel: +82 (2) 746 1114 Tae Won Lim Senior Vice President Heungsoo Kim Director Young-Eun (Richard) Park General Manager Jong Hyun Kim Purchasing Specialist
  11. 11. Hyundai Asan Plant 1077, Hyundai-ro, Inju-myeon Asan-si, Chungcheongnam-do Tel: +82 (4) 1530 5114 State-of-the-art self-sufficient factory, 2015-09-02 Manufactures passenger vehicles for export : Sonata, Grandeur (Azera), etc. Operates environment-friendly solar farm on rooftops Hyundai Ulsan Plant 700, Yeompo-ro, Buk-gu, Ulsan Tel: +82 (5) 2280 2114 The world’s single largest automobile plant Five independent manufacturing plants, engine and transmission plant Export shipment dock, test drive and crash test sites Gap Han Yoon President & CEO Hyundai Jeonju Plant 163, Wanjusandan 5-ro, Bongdong-eup Wanju-Gun, Jeollabuk-do Tel: +82 (6) 3260 5114 Abase for manufacturing global commercial vehicles The world’s biggest production center for commercial vehicles Hyundai·Kia Motors R&D Center 150, Hyundaiyeonguso-ro, Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do Tel: +82 (3) 1368 5114 World class capacity, comprehensive technology R&D center Employs 11,000 researchers Consists various centers for design and engineering, power training, performance and test driving, aero-acoustic wind tunnel, and environmental R&D Sekil Park Senior research Engineer Page 11
  12. 12. Page 12 Hyundai-KIA Asia Pacific Presence
  13. 13. Section 2 Other South Korean OEMs Page 13 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  14. 14. Chapter 4 Korean Tier 1 Photo: NS Auto Tech
  15. 15. Mando Corporation headquartered in Soul is the largest Korean Tier 1 manufacturer. It is currently run and operated by its parent company, Halla Group. The company supplies major car companies including GM, Cadillac, Ford Chrysler, Chevrolet, Nissan, Kia Motors Company, Fiat, Volkswagen, BMW, Suzuki and Hyundai Motor Company. Product range: Brake Systems (Brake Corner Module, Caliper & Drum Brake, Master Cylinder & Booster, Proportioning Valve and ABS, ECS, EPB) Suspension Systems (Damper Spring Module, Shock Absorber, Suspension Strut, Self Levelizer, Semi-Active Suspension and Air Suspension) Steering Systems (Steering Gear Systems, Manual Steering Gear, Hydraulic Power Steering Gear, Intermediate shaft & steering column, Electric Power Steering) Systems Integration (Unified Chassis Control, ACCS Stop & GO, Pre-Crash Safety System, Lane Keeping Assist System and Intelligent Parking Assist System). Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. South Korean Tier 1 2. Largest Korean Auto Parts Manufacturer Mando Corp Page 15 Mando Corporation Headquarters and R&D center 21 Pangyo-ro, 255-gil, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do Tel: +82 (2) 6244 2997 Dr. Hans-Jörg Feigel Vice President Executive Advisor Eunseong Lim Senior Manager Minho Kang Sales and Marketing Manager Seong Dae Cho Senior Engineer
  16. 16. In South Korea, Mando Corp has three manufacturing locations, one for each division. Below is a list of these divisional locations. Brake Division (Pyung-Taek) 343-1, Manho-Ri, Poseung-Eup, Pyungtaek-Si, Kyonggi-Do, 451-821 Tel: + 82 (3) 1680 6114 Products: Caliper, Drum Brake, Master cylinder & Booster, Anti-Lock Brake System, Traction Control System, Electronic Stability Control, Brake Corner Module. Steering Division (Won-Ju) 5-22, Bangye-Ri, Munmak-Eup Wonju-City, Gangwon-Do, 220-805 Tel: +82 (3) 3730 6114 Products: BNG Box, RPG Box, Electronically Controlled Power Steering, Col’m & U-joint, Intermediate Shaft, Power Shift, Column Type Motor Driven Power Steering, Iron Casting Suspension Division (lk-San) 863, Palbong-Dong, Iksan-City Jeollabuk-Do, 570-300 Tel: +82 (6) 3830 9114 Products: S/ABS (Shock Absorber), Mono Tube Damper, Self Levelizer, ECS, Semi- Active Asuspension, Air-Suspensions, DSM 16 Mando Corporation Products
  17. 17. 17 Mando Corp Global Network
  18. 18. Section 2 Other South Korean Tier 1 Companies Page 18 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  19. 19. Chapter 5 Asian Tier 1 Photo: NTN
  20. 20. Takata Corporation is an automotive parts company based in Japan. The company has production facilities on four continents. The company began to develop seat belts for automobiles in the 1950’s, and then they move on to developed airbags, child restraint systems and additional safety products. The company is a specialized supplier of automotive safety systems and provides automobile safety components.The corporation is now one of the world’s top three largest manufacturers of seat belts and air bags. At present, they have 46 plants in 17 countries around the world and have put into place integrated systems for development, production, and sales. In South Korea, the company has one head sales office located in Busan and a manufacturing facility located in Gyeonggi-do. Product range: Seat Belts Airbags Continuing Evolution In safety Systems Steering Wheel Systems Electronics Interior Parts Textile Products Child Restraint Systems Motor Sports Hwaseong Plant 22, Jangangongdan6-gil, Jang-an-myeon, Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do Tel: +82 3 1831 1300 Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Air bags, seat belts and steering wheels 2. Runs 46 plants in over 17 countries Takata Page 20 TAKATA KOREA CO., LTD. Busan Office Woochang Bldg. 303, 131 Saebyeok-ro, Sasang-gu, Busan Tel: +82 5 1711 9920 Hwaseong Plant 22, Jangangongdan6-gil, Jang-an-myeon, Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do Tel: +82 3 1831 1300 Paul(Seong Hyun) Hong Automotive Parts Sales Manager Juho Jeong Assistant Manager
  21. 21. Page 21 Image 5.1 Takata-Toa – Impressions
  22. 22. Section 2 Other Asian Tier 1 Companies Page 22 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  23. 23. Chapter 6 North American Tier 1 Photo: Federal-Mogul
  24. 24. Adient is the global leader in the $60 billion automotive seating and interiors market, with approximately 75,000 employees in 230 locations across 33 countries. The company is a spin off from Johnson cControls With $20 billion in consolidated annual revenues, Adient delivers 25 million seating systems used on more than 360 vehicle nameplates around the globe. The seating division designs and manufactures automotive seats and supplies them on a just-in-time schedule. It also designs and manufactures seating components, including mechanisms, tracks, structures foams, fabrics and trim. Brands produced under this business unit include RECARO automotive seats and Keiper. Product range: Interiors Seating Click here for global Adient locations. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 1960 2. Employs: 75,000 3. Turnover: 20 Billion USD Adient Page 24 Johnson Controls Automotive Automotive Experience 3F Gyeonggi Technopark, 1271-11 Sa-Dong, Sangrok-Gu, Ansan-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, 426-901 Tel: +82 (3) 1500 3886 Email: jckorea@jci.com GwangJib (GJ) Kim Country GM & MD Suk Jin Chun General Manager Sanghyun Park Sales Manager Brian Kim Supply Chain Director
  25. 25. Section 2 Other North American Tier 1 Companies Page 25 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  26. 26. Chapter 7 German Tier 1 Photo: Continental
  27. 27. The Schaeffler Group is a global integrated automotive and industrial supplier. Highest quality, outstanding technology, and strong innovative ability represent the basis for the Schaeffler Group’s lasting success. The Schaeffler Group makes a key contribution to “Mobility for tomorrow” with high- precision components and systems in engine, transmission, and chassis applications as well as rolling and plain bearing solutions for a large number of industrial applications. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. German owned Automotive Tier 1 2. Founded in 1946, Schaeffler Group posted worldwide revenue of €13.2 billion in 2016 Schaeffler Page 27 Schaeffler Korea Corporation 14F, Kyobo life insurance Bldg. #1,Jongno-gu, Seoul 03154 Tel: +82 2 311 3440 Email: sangnam.lee@schaeffler.com Yongjin Kim President Kyung Min Hwang Sales Daewhan An Purchasing Director Namgui Shin Manufacturing Leader
  28. 28. The technology company generated sales of approximately 13.2 billion euros in 2016. With around 84,000 employees worldwide, Schaeffler is one of the world's largest family companies and, with approximately 170 locations in over 50 countries. Schaeffler Korea Corporation is responsible for the engineering, production, sales and marketing for the INA, LuK, FAG and Barden brands throughout South Korea. INA is a leading supplier of rolling bearings, linear motion, engine components, plain bearings and precision components. LuK is a key source for automotive clutch, torque converter, hydraulic and transmission systems. FAG is a major global supplier of bearings with core competencies in ball, taper, cylindrical and spherical bearing products. The Barden Corporation focuses on high precision, miniature and aerospace products. Product range: Torsional Damper Flywheel Valve Lifter Cam Shaft Timing Chain Clutch Pressure Plate Clutch Disc Clutch Master Cylinder/Pump Torque Converter Automatic Transmission Clutch Automatic Transmission Parts CVT Parts Stabilizer Universal Joint Wheel Hub Body Insulator Solenoid/Solenoid Valve Actuators Motor Spring Bearing Stamping Machining Iron casting Aluminum die casting Heat treatment Assembly Drive train system (Electric Vehicle/Hybrid Vehicle/Fuel Cell Vehicle) Page 28
  29. 29. Below is a list of all Schaeffler and Subsidiary locations in South Korea. Click here for a list of Schaeffler global locations. Schaeffler Korea Corporation A-501, 1258, Guro-dong, Guro-gu Seoul 08217 Tel: +82 2 311 3478 Schaeffler Korea Corporation 23, Gwaegam-ro, Sasang-gu Busan 46977 Tel: +82 5 5260 8615 Schaeffler Korea Corporation 17, Palgwajeong-ro, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si Jeollabuk-do 54854 Tel: +82 6 3210 5605 Schaeffler Korea Corporation 9F, Daewoo Bldg., 160, Taepyeong-ro, Jung-gu.Daegu 41910 Tel: +82 5 5260 8625 Schaeffler Korea Corporation Changwon Plant 1 90, Samdong-ro, Seongsan-gu, Changwon- si, Gyeongsangnam-do 51530 Tel: +82 5 5280 8611 With automatic manufacturing capacity of two hundred and forty million bearings a year, Changwon plant 1 produces 5000 kinds of high precision automotive and industrial ball bearings, tapered roller bearings and special bearings to meet customers individual demands. Schaeffler Korea Corporation Changwon Plant 2 24, Samdong-ro, Seongsan-gu, Changwon- si, Gyeongsangnam-do 51558 Tel: +82 5 5280 8611 Changwon 2nd plant takes charge of bearing manufacturing processes which are forging, spheroidized annealing, cold rolling, soft grinding and turning before heat treatment and supplies semi-finished products with globally competitive costs and quality to Changwon plants 1 and 3, and Jeonju Plant as well. Schaeffler Korea Corporation Changwon Plant 2 146, Wanam-ro, Seongsan-gu, Changwon- si, Gyeongsangnam-do 51535 Korea Tel: +82 5 5260 8804 Schaeffler Korea Corporation Jeonju Plant 2 17, Palgwajeong-ro, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Jeollabuk-do 54854 Tel: +82 6 3210 5605 Manufacturing of bearings, associated components and of LuK tortional damper systems. Schaeffler Korea Corporation 603-2 Block, 179, Seonggok-ro, Danwongu Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do 15405 Tel: +82 3 1490 6911 Email: info.kr@schaeffler.com Production and Sales of Linear Products, Rolling Bearings and Engine Elements Schaeffler Korea Corporation R&D Center 146, Wanam-ro, Seongsan-gu, Changwon-s Gyeongsangnam-do 51535 Tel: +82 5 5260 8803 The Changwon R&D Center develops next generation products and to drive a permanent innovation. 29
  30. 30. Section 2 Other German Tier 1 Companies Page 30 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  31. 31. Chapter 8 European Tier 1 Photo: Edscha
  32. 32. Valeo is a French based multinational automotive supplier that was founded in 1923. The company is organized into four main businesses, Thermal Systems, Visibility Systems, Powertrain Systems and Comfort and Driving Assistance systems. Product range: Lighting Systems Wiper Systems Climate Control Powertrain Thermal Systems Climate Control Compressors Front-End Modules Electrical Systems Transmission Systems Combustion Engine Systems Interior Controls Connected Car Driving Assistance Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. French owned Tier 1 2. Employees over 82,000 worldwide 3. Present in over 30 countries Valeo Page 32 Valeo Electrical Systems Korea 19, Hwang Sung-Dong, 780-130, Kyong Ju Tel: +82 5 4770 6000 Sung-Ho Kim President Sebastien MAZOYER Regional Operations Director Clément Nouvel Business Development Director
  33. 33. Below is a list of Valeo company and its subsidiary locations. Click here for a list of locations. Valeo Electrical Systems Korea 19, Hwang Sung-Dong, 780-130, Kyong Ju Tel: +82 5 4770 6000 Dongshik Lee Director Valeo Pyeonghwa Co, Ltd 306-70 Jangdong Dalseogu, 704-190, Daegu Lee Jaehyeok Purchasing Manager Valeo Pyeonghwa Metals Co., Ltd. 205-2 Paho-dong, Dalseo-gu, 704-220, Daegu Comfort & Driving Assistance 16F, 63 Bldg, Yoidodong, Youngdeungpogu, 150-763, Seoul Tel: +82 2789 5246 Valeo Samsung Thermal Systems Co. Ltd 53 -2, SungJoo-Dong, Gyungnam 641-120, Changwon Tel: +82 5 5280 2914 SOO HUH Managing Director Arthur Vilquin Management controller Daemyong Precision Co. 1124-1, Shingil-dong, Danwon-gu, Kyungi- do,425-120, Ansan-Si Tel: +82 3 1491 9841 33
  34. 34. Section 2 Other European Tier 1 Companies Page 34 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  35. 35. Chapter 9 Organizations Photo: KAIDA
  36. 36. Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association (KAMA) is a non-profit organization, representing the interests of automakers in Korea. KAMA is also dedicated to the sound growth of the automobile industry and the development of the national economy. The association has the five main automobile manufactures of Korea, GM Korea, Hyundai, Kia, Renault-Samsung and SsangYang. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Automotive organization 2. Based in Korea KAMA Page 36 Korean Automobile Manufacturers Assoication (KAMA) 25 Banpodaero, Seocho-gu, Seoul 06710 Tel: +82 (2) 3660 1800 Kim, Yong Geun President & CEO Yoojin Kim Researcher
  37. 37. The Associations responsibilities include: Representing the interests of Korean automakers Providing policy recommendations to the government for improved auto-related systems and regulations Supporting international cooperation Cooperating with major trading counterparts, administering trade- related systems, and representing members' interests in international fora, etc. Facilitating environmental and safety-related policies and regulations Providing policy recommendations on safety standards, self- certification systems, fuel economy and exhaust emission standards, recycling etc. Promoting consumer satisfaction and fair trade Providing policy recommendations concerning fair trade laws, product liability, recall and consumer protection laws, etc. Leading public opinion on the automobile industry and encouraging public relations Providing information on the automobile industry's contributions to the national economy Analysis, research, and data publications Analyze trend in the automobile industry at home and abroad, survey mid and long-term demand and supply prospects and establish databases on automobile statistics, etc. Coordinating human resource development of the automobile industry Organizing the Seoul Motor Show Page 37
  38. 38. Section 2 Other Automotive Organizations Page 38 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Organizations.
 You can order your subscription to Korea AutoBook here.
  39. 39. Chapter 10 World Class Manufacturing Equipment Sponsored Feature
  40. 40. Chapter 11 Events Photo: Seoul Motor Show
  41. 41. Korea Autoparts & Accessories Show is one of the largest auto related shows with the largest number of participants taking part in South Korea. The event has various exhibits from automotive parts & materials to infotainment systems. Various manufacturing companies including both Tier 1’s and OEMs come to the event to display and promote their products. At the show their are the following exhibits: Parts & Material EV & Electronics Accessories & Tuning Repair, Equipment & Facilities Infotainment Other related automotive products Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Date: 18-20th October 2017 2. Venue: KINTEX (Korea International Exhibition Center) 3. Matchmaking opportunities KOAA Page 42 Organizers: (In Global, Kotra) 3rd FL, KT Building, 1366-9, Jeongwang-dong, Sihung-si, Gyeonggi-do 429-853 Tel: +82 3 1433 0023 Email: koaashow@koaashow.com 
 Event Location 408 Hallyuwoldeu-ro, Daehwa-dong, Ilsanseo- gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do
  42. 42. Section 2 Other South Korean Automotive Events Page 43 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Events.
 You can order your subscription to Korea AutoBook here.
  43. 43. Chapter 12 Media Photo: Hyundai
  44. 44. Auto Journal Korea is strategic to the development of Korean automotive standards, regulations, patent trends, and more.  Each monthly issue features a special edition on a hot topic, in addition to worldwide vehicle technology trends and technology & industry news.   With over 1 millions units exported per year, South Korea is one of the most advanced automobile producing countries in the world with several domestic models, innovative design, improved performance, and advanced technology. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. A news outlet that covers all aspects of the Auto industry. Auto Journal Korea Page 45 The Korean Society of Automotive Engi- neers 13th Fl. Paradise Venture Tower 21, Teheran-ro 52-gil, Gangnam-gu Seoul, 06212 Tel: +82 2 5644 3971-2 Email: ksae@ksae.org
  45. 45. Section 2 Other Automotive Media Page 46 The full version of the Korea AutoBook includes profiles of the following Media.
 You can order your subscription to Korea AutoBook here.
  46. 46. Chapter 13 Supporting Industry
  47. 47. Section 1 Human Resource Page 48 Service Provider Expertise Contact Information Careerbuilder Online Job Database http://www.careerbuilder.com Indeed Online Job Database http://www.indeed.com/ Xpatjobs Online Job Database https://korea.xpatjobs.com Monster Online Job Database http://www.monster.com Linkedin Online Networking Website http://www.linkedin.com Xing Online Networking Website http://www.xing.com
  48. 48. Section 2 Logistics Page 49 Service Provider Contact Information CEVA Freight Head Office Seoul 2nd floor, 19, Mapo-Daero Mapo-gu, 121-735 Tel: +82 (2) 3270 3100 Email: henry.chang@cevalogistics.com DACHSER Korea Inc. Head Office Seoul 3F, 22, World Cup buk-ro, Mapo-gu 121-819 Seoul Tel: +82 (2) 3140 7300 Email: dachser.seoul@dachser.com 
 Schenker, Inc. Head Office Seoul 5F FL, BR Elitel Bldg, 101 Dongmak-ro, Mapo-gu, 04068 Tel: +82 (2) 3140 0800 Email: info@dbschenker.com C.H. Robinson Global Fordwarding (2715) 3FL, Hanlim Building, 62, World Cup-ro, Mapo-gu, 04004 Tel: +82 (2) 2623 3000 Email: Korea-Intl@chrobinson.com Yusen Logistics (Korea) Co., Ltd. Head Office Seoul 16F Shinhan Investment Corp. Tower, 23-2 Yoido-Dong, Youngdeungpo-Gu, 150-712 Tel: +82 (2) 2077 3000 Email: ylkrsel@kr.yusen-logistics.com
  49. 49. Acknowledgements Photo: Hyundai Mobis
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