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- Sino-Korea Life Insurance Co. Ltd. On August 23, Sino-Korea Life Insurance hosted "The 4th Hall of Fame" at Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Ningbo in Zhejiang Province to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of its salespeople. The event was attended by a number of executives including CEO Don Wan Koo and representatives from branch offices.
Admittance to the Hall of Fame is the highest honor given to exceptional members of Sino-Korea Life Insurance. The event included the highest number of awardees in history, including the Hall of Fame's chairman and vice chairman as well as members of the Million Dollar Round Table. Other honorees included the most accomplished employee, the best quarterly bancassurance premium award and the insurance premium contribution award. Live streamed on WeChat, the event boasted an unprecedented number of viewers.
The Chief Channel Officer of Sino-Korea Life Insurance, Li Quan, delivered a congratulatory statement for insurance planners and reaffirmed his commitment to achieving business objectives to create a new turning point for the company.
- Hanwha Chemical (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Hanwha China Hanwha China carried out the Hanwha Group Training Program from July to September in 2017 in cooperation with Hanwha Human Resource Development Center. The training program, conducted a total of 21 times across six cities in China (Shanghai, Ningbo, Qidong, Dongquan, Beijing and Tianjin), was the largest in history, involving 600 Hanwha staff working at 23 Hanwha branches for 10 affiliates across China.
The training was designed to expand local staff's understanding of Hanwha's history and core values, and to strengthen the Group's spirit and individual business capabilities. To increase local participation, Human Resources selected seven staff in four Chinese affiliates and trained them as in-house lecturers to provide interesting classes and a wide variety of training programs.
The latest training helped foster a cooperative spirit and teaching employees how to apply their newfound expertise. Also, the program helped local staff gain a better understanding of Hanwha Group and its core values, and built employee pride and morale.
- Hanwha Q CELLS Qidong Hanwha Q CELLS Launches Q.PARTNERS Program to Build Presence in China's Distributed PV Systems Market
Following Beijing's introduction of incentives on advanced clean energy & cost-efficient technologies, PV demand in China has remained robust, particularly for commercial, industrial and residential purposes.
The rapid growth of distributed PV systems has affected the strategy of Hanwha Q CELLS as well. The company is focused on building stable partnerships with major wholesalers and module developers to boost module sales to PV plants and is set to further prioritize the distributed PV systems market.
Hanwha Q CELLS is currently developing Q.PARTNERS, a program designated to cater to the needs of China's distributed PV systems market. Q.PARTNERS provides product and technology training as well as marketing support to vendors with high-quality products and expertise, carefully screened and selected by Hanwha Q CELLS to meet the company's stringent assessment standards. Vendors selected to become Q.PARTNERS will serve as a bridge between Hanwha Q CELLS and customers as a provider of PV products and are expected to contribute to the expansion of Hanwha Q CELLS' share in the retail market. Hanwha Q CELLS widely promoted the program prior to its launch in 2017 and has already strengthened the company’s cooperative relationship with its partners.
Hanwha Q CELLS organized a tour of the Qidong Plant and showcased new products in April and September for Q.PARTNERS. By fostering interaction and cooperation between them, the partners were able to gain a better understanding of Hanwha Q CELLS' advanced technologies.
Hanwha Q CELLS plans to launch, promote high-end Q series products, and expand the Q.PARTNERS program going forward to improve the company's standing in China.
- Hanwha Q CELLS Korea Donates Solar Tree to National Assembly's Climate Change Forum
On August 31 Hanwha Q CELLS Korea unveiled its solar tree through a donation to the National Assembly in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of its Climate Change Forum. The forum is dedicated to the legislation and policymaking of actions for climate change.
The 4.8 x 4.1 meter solar tree is designed to enhance public awareness and raise the profile of renewable energy. Incorporating Q.ANTUM solar cells—a flagship product of Hanwha Q CELLS—the tree can generate and accumulate solar energy during the day and generate spectacular LED light at night using stored electricity.
The tree was jointly made by Hanwha Group and the Smart Technology Institute, an enterprise in Seosan Solar Venture Complex which opened in July 2017. The Seosan Solar Venture Complex reflects Hanwha Q CELLS' commitment to fostering SMEs and the domestic solar PV industry.
The unveiling ceremony was attended by 120 people including Hyun Soo Cho, President & CEO of Hanwha Q CELLS Korea, numerous political figures and representatives from energy and environment associations.
President Cho said, "The donation is anticipated to not only raise the public awareness of climate change but also to spark a shift towards renewable energy sources. As the No.1 company in the global PV sector, Hanwha Q CELLS will continue to provide proactive support for the government's policies designed to ease the transition towards eco-friendly energy."
- Hanwha Techwin Introduces High-performance CCTV at Wisenet Partners Day
In September, Hanwha Techwin hosted Wisenet Partner's Day events in Gwangju, Daejeon, Busan, Daegu and Pangyo in Korea.
The events aim at identifying security market trends and promote unity and cooperation across approximately 700 partners and agencies. Hanwha Techwin showcased a wide range of new products and solutions, proving itself to be an undisputed market leader in video security and surveillance.
One of the new products that garnered the biggest attention was the 'extraLUX' series. The ultra-low-light camera lineup comes with the world’s first F0.94 lenses. These innovative lenses are able to deliver sharp and clear images even in pitch-black darkness.
In addition, Hanwha Techwin introduced the Compact PTZ Camera, which sports a visually discreet design to naturally blend into any space with a slimmed down size compared to existing cameras. The company also featured a Multidirectional Camera that is perfect for an extensive range of monitoring functions and an Intelligent Parked Vehicle Management System which enables users to check the scene of the accident through clear images in case a car damage or other accidents occur in the parking garage.
Wisenet Partner's Day served as a platform for strengthening the relationship with vendors and to reaffirm the significance of collaboration for a win-win growth. Hanwha Techwin, building on its technological prowess, plans to place a focus on key surveillance products and solutions to cement its position in the international market.