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Sun, November 27, 2022 | 14:25
Kumho Petrochemical to change all company vehicles to eco-friendly cars by 2030
Kumho Petrochemical will convert all of its corporate vehicles to eco-friendly cars by 2030, the refiner said Thursday. The transition is part of the Korean-type pollution-free vehicle conversion 100 (K-EV100) program, a green initiative organized by the Ministry of Environment and the Korea Automobile Environment Association to change all vehicles owned or leased by private ...
Hyundai Glovis to enter Malaysian logistics market with Lion Group
Hyundai Glovis will enter Malaysia's burgeoning logistics market, one of the key growth regions of Southeast Asia, through a strategic partnership with a local conglomerate. The latest move is part of the logistics company's plan to expand its presence in the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) region. Hyundai Glovis said it signed a strategic partnership with Mal...
CJ, Samyang outperform Nongshim, Ottogi, Daesang
While nearly all major food companies here posted higher sales in the third quarter from a year earlier on the back of steep price increases, their operating profits showed mixed results. Companies that expanded their global businesses were found to have performed better than their peers who are heavily dependent on the domestic market amid the won's falling value against the...
Hyundai Motor's new Grandeur boasts futuristic design
Hyundai Motor CEO Jang Jae-hoon showed confidence in the company's new Grandeur sedan, which it revealed on Monday. Known as the “president's car,” the Grandeur has come out with its first full redesign in six years. The company said it will begin sales of its flagship vehicle on Nov. 14.
SPC to establish safety management committee
SPC Group has launched a new safety management committee to take follow-up measures in response to the recent accidental death of a female worker last month at its affiliated bakery production facility in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province. Former Yonsei University President Jeong Kap-young will lead the committee as its first chairman.
CJ CheilJedang grapples with first workers' strike
CJ CheilJedang is grappling with a workers' strike at one of its plants, which produces a range of food products under its flagship Bibigo brand, according to company officials Friday. The walkout is the first of its kind in the firm's 70-year history.
Korean firms competing to cast Son Heung-min ahead of Qatar World Cup
Local retailers are going all out to cast Tottenham Hotspur forward and national team captain Son Heung-min in their commercials ahead of the 2022 Qatar World Cup starting on Nov. 21, according to industry officials Friday. They say the more competitive the market, the more effective Son's endorsement will be.
P&G Korea launches laundry detergent for winter clothes
Organizing the closet and bringing out winter clothes is one of the first things people do when temperatures drop in November and December. However, no matter how clean winter clothes are washed and kept, they could smell musty after being sealed and left in the closet throughout the humid summer.
Gordon Ramsay denies ripping off Korean consumers
Chloe Jeon, a 31-year-old office worker, recently visited the Gordon Ramsay Restaurant in southern Seoul and was surprised to discover that the most expensive item on the menu, the “1966 Burger,” costs 140,000 won ($101.71) alone. “I am a burger lover and I have tried many hamburgers around the world, but I have never seen such a pricey one. I mean it's good, but it's not to ...
KT&G launches new HNB 'lil AIBLE'
Local tobacco giant KT&G has introduced its new heat-not-burn (HNB) product, lil AIBLE, which has been developed with its own technology, the company said Wednesday. The new item's strength revolves around its capability to use three different types of tobacco stick with one device. It also adopted the previous model's essential functions such as automatic heating, a self-cle...
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