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韩国造船巨头合并想成立类似中国中船总的韩船总被反对
韩国现代重工集团计划将现代重工造船与大宇造船合并后的新公司的名称命名为韩国造船与海洋工程(Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering),总部设立在韩国首都首尔。不过这一决定遭到了目前现代重工造船集团所在的蔚山市政府的强烈反对。

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蔚山市长宋哲镐


蔚山市长宋哲镐在5月7日的新闻发布会上表示,在过去的46年里,现代重工的总部一直设立在蔚山,以蔚山为总部,现代重工在造船、机器人等多个领域发展成为一家世界级公司;因此,现代重工应当留在蔚山,履行自己的企业社会责任,参与促进区域平衡发展。


1973年,现代集团创始人郑周永在蔚山建立了现代重工。随着现代重工的发展,蔚山也从一个小渔村变为韩国著名的工业城市。几十年来,受高工资和住房福利的吸引,求职者纷纷涌向蔚山市。


宋哲镐指出,Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering的总部可能迁往首尔,这将会引发蔚山市民的担忧,蔚山市民至今仍在克服造船业发展缓慢带来的问题。


对于蔚山市政府的抗议,现代重工回应称,新公司总部设立在首尔并不会影响现代重工在蔚山的运营,现代重工不会将工厂或工作场所搬迁至其他城市。现代重工认为,将新公司的总部设在首尔是非常有效的,能够吸引研发人员、增强造船业的专业技能和竞争力。


此前,现代重工集团表示,将会在接管大宇造船以后设立中间控股公司Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering,总部位于首尔。现代重工希望将其培养成全球性机械设备工程公司,Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering将致力研发(R&D),大幅提升技术水平。


现代重工集团的这一计划将在5月31日召开的股东特别会议上决定是否批准。一旦获批之后,现代重工集团将采取措施重组其业务,现代重工和大宇造船都将成为Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering的子公司。现代重工预计,新公司将拥有500名员工。


不过,现代重工的所在的蔚山市政府却宣称,新公司将是现代重工真正的总公司,也因此新公司应当以蔚山作为所在地,而非首尔。由于担心现代重工的这一计划会损害蔚山当地经济,蔚山市正在对此进行抗议活动。


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Hyundai Heavy hit by protest from Ulsan


Hyundai Heavy Industries Group is facing protest from Ulsan City over its plan to establish the headquarters of Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering, the newly merged company of Hyundai Heavy Industries and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), in Seoul.

Hyundai Heavy Industries Group plans to approve the plan at an extraordinary meeting of shareholders scheduled for May 31. Once the plan is approved, Hyundai Heavy Industries and DSME will become subsidiaries of Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering.

Ulsan, home to the world’s biggest shipbuilder, claimed the new company is a genuine head office of Hyundai Heavy Industries, thus the new firm should be headquartered in Ulsan, not Seoul.

The nation’s southeastern industrial city is protesting, apparently mindful of concerns that the plan would hurt the local economy.

“For the last 46 years, Hyundai Heavy Industries has been headquartered in Ulsan and has grown into a world-class company in various fields, including shipbuilding and robotics,” Ulsan Mayor Song Chul-ho said during a press conference, Tuesday. “Hyundai Heavy should stay in Ulsan in order to fulfill its corporate social responsibility and take part in fostering balanced regional development.”

The shipbuilder said earlier that steps will be taken to restructure its operations once the extraordinary meeting of shareholders passes the company’s physical division proposal.

Under the restructuring plan, the new merged company will be in charge of engineering and investments in the shipbuilding business, affiliating Hyundai Heavy and DSME.

The plan comes as Hyundai Heavy signed a formal deal with the state-run Korea Development Bank (KDB) in March to buy DSME.

The new company is expected to have around 500 employees, according to Hyundai Heavy.

Hyundai Group founder Chung Ju-yung established Hyundai Heavy in Ulsan in 1973, turning the small fishing village into a giant company town.

For decades, jobseekers flocked to the city, drawn by high wages and housing benefits.

Mayor Song noted that the possible moving of Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering’s headquarters to Seoul can trigger anxiety among Ulsan citizens, who are still in the midst of overcoming the sluggish progress of the shipbuilding industry.

Hyundai Heavy denied Song’s claim, saying even after the physical division, the company will continue operating without transferring factories or workplaces to other cities.

“It is unreasonable to say that Hyundai Heavy is reviewing relocation when it is actually our parent company that is looking for a new headquarters spot,” a Hyundai Heavy official said.

The world’s largest shipbuilder said it is highly efficient for the new merged company to be headquartered in Seoul in order to serve as a control tower, attracting R&D personnel and strengthening expertise and competitiveness in the shipbuilding industry.

“We will focus on creating synergy with affiliates and building competitiveness in businesses ranging from shipbuilding to oil refining in the global market,” the official said.

Source: Korea Times
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