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Hyundai Glovis Q3 Operating Profit $142 Mln, Down 38% From Year Earlier
Hyundai Glovis Q2 Operating Profit 131 Billion Won, Down 35% From Year Earlier
Hyundai Glovis: Q1 operating profit 195 bln won, up 5% on-year
HYUNDAI GLOVIS Co., Ltd is a Korea-based company principally engaged in the logistics business. Along with subsidiaries, the Company operates its business through three segments. The Logistics segment is involved of the development and provision of the domestic and overseas logistics network to provide information technology (IT) systems, as well as the provision of real-time logistics information services that are applied throughout the logistics process. The Complete Knocked Down (CKD) segment is involved of the provision of integrated management services from ordering and collection of auto parts to packing, marine and air transportation till factory payment. In addition, this segment is involved of used car auction business. The Other segment is engaged in the trading business of aluminums and copper steels.
Samjeong Development Bldg.
301, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu
Jeong Hun Kim
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Yeong Seon Kim
Vice President, Director
Hyeong Jun Gu
Geum Bae Jeon
Jin Wu Jung
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U.S. activist hedge fund Elliott Management made fresh proposals to restructure Hyundai Motor Group on Friday, renewing pressure on the South Korean conglomerate months after forcing it to abandon its own plan.
Opposition to Hyundai Motor Group's proposed new ownership structure grew on Tuesday with two major U.S. proxy advisers urging investors to reject a plan they said would benefit family members but not minority shareholders.
Shares of Hyundai Mobis <012330.KS> dropped almost 7 percent on Friday, hurt by worries that a proposed restructuring plan would benefit the parent group's controlling family at the cost of the company's shareholders.
Worries that Hyundai Motor Group's planned restructuring will benefit the controlling family ahead of some shareholders have hit Hyundai Mobis Co Ltd <012330.KS>, which is set to be the group's de facto holding firm, sending its shares sharply lower on Thursday.
South Korea's auto-to-steel giant Hyundai Motor Group will streamline its complex ownership structure, as it responds to calls from the government and investors to reform the country's powerful family-controlled conglomerates or chaebol.
South Korea's auto parts maker Hyundai Mobis Co Ltd said on Wednesday it will spin off its module and after-service parts businesses and merge them with affiliate Hyundai Glovis.
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