We continue to expand our network and enhance our ability to respond to customer demand
for parts standardization and worldwide sourcing.
Our Korean headquarters is our primary production base, playing a crucial role in technology development and expanding contact points with customers. Our Sejong plant manufactures lightweight composites for automotive and electronics materials, while our Eumseong plant manufactures solar materials. We also maintain an R&D-based lightweight materials development center in Korea, giving us a strong foundation on which to expand our business and focus on our strengths as we continue to grow as a global and cutting-edge advanced materials company.
Sejong Head Office and Plant
Lightweight Composite Materials Development Center
We opened our first automotive component materials plant in Alabama of the US in 2006, and acquired Azdel, a global leader of LWRT materials, in 2007. In 2014, we built an EPP manufacturing facility in Michigan. Furthermore, in order to reach the Mexican market, one of the largest auto producers in Latin America, Hanwha Advanced Materials opened a new subsidiary in Mexico in 2016 to explore new opportunities.
HAUS(Subsidiary in USA)
HAMX(Subsidiary in Mexico)
NABC(North America Business Center)
Hanwha Advanced Materials began to tap into the growth potential of China’s automobile market with the establishment of automotive component plants in Beijing (2004), Shanghai (2006), and Chongqing (2017). Our Chinese subsidiaries manufacture various lightweight composite materials and components, including GMT, EPP, LWRT, and LFT, and count both major Chinese and global automakers as clientele. We are putting our top-tier, innovative technologies to use to expand client partnerships, and we continue to anticipate and meet customer needs by strengthening our manufacturing capacity.
HASH(Subsidiary in Shanghai)
HABJ(Subsidiary in Beijing)
HACQ(Subsidiary in Chongqing)
CBC(China Business Center)
made its first foray into Europe with the construction of an automotive materials plant in the Czech Republic in 2009. We continue to maintain close partnerships with automakers in Europe and, in 2015, we acquired Heycoustics, a German automotive component manufacturer specializing in thermoforming. We renamed it Germany, and it has already bolstered our European operations in terms of production, research and development, and overall sales.
HAEU(Subsidiary in Europe)
HAGE(Subsidiary in Germany)
EBC(Europe Business Center)