Hyundai Asan plant tour in Korea

Hyundai Asan plant tour in Korea

Tour the Hyundai Asan plant in South Korea, just southeast of Seoul.

From Hyundai Motor Company:

The Asan Plant, which mainly produces passenger vehicles for export, rests on a 440 acres site with a 4 million sq. ft. building that consists of production lines for machine press, auto frame, paint, assembly, engine and a materials plant. It is an entirely selfcontained independent automobile production complex that is capable of an output of 30,000 mid to large size passenger vehicles annually. The Asan plant was established with the grand proposition of creating a safety-first work environment which is people oriented all the while putting into practice our management philosophy of eco-friendliness.

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