|Type||Public (traded on the Korea Stock Exchange)|
|Headquarters||Seoul, South Korea|
|Key people||Yong Kon Park: Honorary Chairman,|
YS Park: Chairman, Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction,
YH Park: Chairman, Doosan Construction & Engineering,
Yongmaan Park: Chairman, Doosan Infracore,
Jeong won Park: Vice Chairman, Doosan Corporation
|Revenue||▲ $19. A public company usually refers to a company that is permitted to offer its registered securities ( Stock, bonds, etc Korea Stock Exchange was South Korea 's exchange established in 1956. An entrepreneur is a person who has possession over a company enterprise, or Venture, and assumes significant accountability for the inherent risks and the outcome Seoul ( soʊl is the Capital and largest City of South Korea. South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea and often referred to as Korea ( Korean: 대한민국 tɛː For other uses of this term see Industry (disambiguation An industry (from Latin industrius, "diligent industrious" In business revenue or revenues is Income that a company receives from its normal business activities usually from the sale of goods and services 8 billion (2007)|
|Net income||▲ $1. Net income is equal to the Income that a firm has after subtracting costs and Expenses from the total Revenue. 75 billion (2007)|
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction,
Doosan Construction & Engineering etc. Employment is a Contract between two parties, one being the employer and the other being the employee. A subsidiary, in business matters is an entity that is controlled by a bigger and more powerful entity Doosan Group is a South Korean conglomerate quoted on the Korea Stock Exchange. Doosan Construction & Engineering is a South Korean company and a part of the
The Doosan Group, with a history spanning over 112 years, is the oldest and one of the largest conglomerates in Korea. A website (alternatively web site or Web site, a back-construction from the Proper noun World Wide Web) is a collection of Web pages When Doosan was founded in 1896, it was the first modernized local store in Korea. The company began as the Park Seung Jik Store in 1896 in Baeogai(now Jongno 4-ga, Seoul), Korea’s first modern store. Since 1896, Doosan has continued to grow and develop into a muntinational business empire with diversified businesses across the globe. For more than 100 years, Doosan has contributed to Korea’s industrial growth, with particular emphasis in the consumer goods, industrial production, trading, and construction sectors.
Doosan has developed a new global growth strategy by acquiring several major companies over the last seven years including Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction (formerly Korea Heavy Industries and Construction, a heavy industry company specializing in power and desalination plants) in 2001, Koryeo Industrial Development in 2004, and Doosan Infracore (formerly Daewoo Heavy Industries & Machinery, a company specializing in construction machinery) in 2005. As a result, Doosan has developed an optimal business portfolio in the Infrastructure Support Business industry, which includes industrial infrastructure, construction, machinery, equipment, and key industry development.
In 2006, Doosan proceeded to acquire a number of global companies that either possessed proprietary technologies or were capable of creating synergies with its existing subsidiary companies, including the boiler engineering company Mitsui Babcock UK (renamed as Doosan Babcock) and Kvaerner IMGB, the largest casting and forging company in Romania. In 2007, Doosan acquired a leading construction machinery company, Bobcat USA, the world’s largest supplier of small construction equipment. Post acquisition of Bobcat USA into Doosan Infracore, one of the Doosan Group’s subsidiary companies specializing in medium and large construction machinery, the Doosan Group became the world’s seventh largest supplier of construction machinery.
Doosan currently has 21 subsidiary companies in Korea and 112 overseas branch corporations in 33 countries. With a total of over 35,000 employees (20,000 in Korea and 15,000 overseas), in addition to a worldwide network of over 3,700 dealers, Doosan continues to implement a truly diversified global management strategy.
These dynamic changes have led to an improvement in Doosan’s annual financial performance, with revenues increasing from US $2. 3 billion in 2000 to US $ 19. 8 billion in 2007 for an annual average growth rate of 34%. In addition, Doosan posted a 25% annual growth in operating profits, rising from US $191. 5 million in 2000 to US $1. 75 billion in 2007. Today, the Doosan Group has become one of the top ten conglomerates in Korea.
In the near future, Doosan plans to increase global overseas investments to US $1. 6 billion to continue its global business expansion and take on a leading role in the global market. Doosan will continue to make multilateral efforts in human resources development for global marketing and strengthen its global business network with the aim of setting new standards in the global market.
Doosan’s core businesses are based on ISB (Infrastructure Support Business). Doosan’s Infrastructure Support Businesses are made up of six subsidiaries: Doosan Corporation, Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction, Doosan Infracore, Doosan Construction & Engineering, Doosan Mecatec, and Doosan Engine. These subsidiaries provide people with electrical power, desalinated drinking water, construction equipment, advanced machinery, defense supplies, houses, highways and bridges, chemical processing equipment, and industrial engines.
Doosan Corporation divisions include:
- Liquor: Soju (Cheoum Cheoreom), Cheongju, Korean traditional liquor, wine and whisky manufacturing, Liquor Export
- Techpack: Packaging materials manufacturing
- Publishing: Dictionaries, Encyclopedia CD , Diverse printed products, Printing business
- Fashion: POLO, ESPRIT
- Electro-Materials: Copper-clad laminate manufacturing
- Glonet: Import & Export Services, Import & Sales of Home Appliances, Chemical Import & Sales, Food Sales, Distribution and Dining Facilities / * Trading Division
- Information & Communication: Solution Service, Data Center, ASP
14 Doosan Products were selected as Korea’s Top Export Products by Ministry of Knowledge Economy
1. Sea Water Desalination
2. Crankshaft for Large Engine
3. Heat Recovery Steam Generator
4. Work Roll for Cold Rolling Mill
5. Mold Steel
6. Hydro Turbine Casting
7. Stern Frame Casting
8. CNC Turning
10. Fork Lift Truck
11. Ultra High-Speed Machining Center
13. Marine Diesel Engine (over 6000 BHP)
14. Copper Clad Phenolic Laminated Sheet
37. This is a list of major companies based in South Korea. Please note that the list is highly incomplete and does not have thousands of companies of different sizes The Economy of South Korea is the third-largest in Asia and the 13th-largest in the world by GDP ( PPP) as of 568783, 127. 009933 Coordinates:
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