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Hanwha at a Glance
Hanwha, founded in 1952, is one of South Koreas top-ten business enterprises and a Fortune Global 500 company. Hanwha has 80 domestic affiliates and over 460 networks around the world spanning four business areas: chemicals & energy, aerospace & mechatronics, finance, and construction & leisure/lifestyle services. Hanwhas impressive growth over the past seven decades stems from its ability to anticipate change and embrace new challenges.
In the chemical industry, Hanwha is growing as a world-class leader in oil, chemicals, synthetics, and advanced materials. Hanwha is a global leader in total solar solutions, with sales and R&D presence in more than 40 locations around the globe. It captured the largest market share across Germany, Italy, the UK, South Korea, Japan and the US (residential market). In addition, the business is focused on electricity retailing and downstream power generation while developing other forms of eco-friendly energy such as green hydrogen.
Hanwha is expanding its presence in the aerospace industry. It is a trusted partner of global aircraft-engine manufacturers such as GE, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce and produces vital rocket components for Koreas space launch vehicles. In 2021, Hanwha established its Space Hub to secure its leadership position in the space industry. The task force’s prime focus is the development of ultra-compact and lightweight satellites—a key driver in developing future, advanced technologies. Hanwha continues to grow all future mobility-related projects, including those in the urban air mobility (UAM) market. In the field of mechatronics, Hanwha is responsible for a wide array of products, such as precision robotics, deep learning and AI, smart factory, and even imaging systems installed in orbital satellites. With world-class products, Hanwha continues to grow as a leader in the global security industry.
Hanwha is on track to become a top-tier financial service provider in Asia, having presciently entered emerging markets such as Vietnam, China, and Singapore. With the expertise gained from being South Koreas second-largest non-banking financial operation, Hanwha provides customers with a comprehensive catalog of services including insurance, securities, and asset management. The company is delving into digital finance by fostering the next generation of fintech startups, investing in insuretech, and launching a digital securities firm. In 2021, in pursuit of more sustainable practices, its six financial divisions jointly announced a “coal-free commitment”—a pledge to reduce their carbon footprint while providing greener financial services.
Hanwhas solid reputation in the engineering and construction industry is built on a foundation of industrial site developments located around the world. One of the developments include building Bismayah, a brand-new city in Iraq, established on the outskirts of Baghdad with 100,000 residential units. Hanwha also provides luxury resort and shopping experiences at locations in Korea, Japan, and Southeast Asia and is growing as a premium lifestyle services provider across the globe.
s Spirit and Core Values
Spirit – Trust and Loyalty
Trust is a valuable, intangible asset that is the backbone of Hanwhas corporate culture. Hanwha understands that trust among the company, its employees and partners is essential for success. Once trust is earned, this improves productivity and creates a culture that better embraces change. The trust fostered throughout Hanwha is a reward in itself, leading to growth and excellent performance.
Loyalty can bind people together and save an organization from crisis. Hanwha encourages its employees to develop strong ties with colleagues, customers, business partners, families, and communities. Employees must not only consider personal and professional benefits with their actions, but also show allegiance to others even if it leads to losses.
Core Values – Challenge, Dedication, Integrity
- Hanwha believes in challenging the status quo in the pursuit of excellence through change and innovation.
- Hanwha is dedicated to its company, customers, and colleagues to achieve a greater goal.
- Hanwha believes in acting with integrity in everything that the company does as individuals and employees.
s Corporate Identity
The Tricircle logo is an essential part of Hanwhas corporate identity. Its dynamic energy expresses Hanwhas continuous progression and limitless potential.
Composed of three intertwined circles, the Tricircle represents Hanwhas core values, corporate vision, and business interests across various industries.
The Tricircle signifies Hanwhas transformation into a world-class enterprise that cares deeply about its customers and the communities in which its operates.
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