سامسونگ للصناعات الثقيلة

سامسونگ للصناعات الثقيلة
Samsung Heavy Industries
النوعPublic
رمز التداولKRX: 010140
الصناعةمعدات ثقيلة
تأسست5 أغسطس 1974
المقر الرئيسيSeocho Samsung Town, سول، كوريا الجنوبية
الأشخاص الرئيسيون
Dae-young Park : Vice Chairman and CEO
المنتجاتصناعة السفن، Offshore plant، طاقة الرياح، Electric power & control systems والهندسة والبنية التحتية
الدخل 12.7 بليون دولار (2012)[1]
0.7 بليون دولار (2012)[1]
إجمالي الأصول 14.6 بليون دولار (2012)[1]
إجمالي الأنصبة 4.6 بليون دولار (2012)[1]
المالكSamsung Electronics 17.62%
National Pension Service 5.04%
Korea Investment and Securities 5.00% (as of 18 July 2011)[2]
الموظفون12,481[3] (March 2009)
الشركة الأممجموعة سامسونگ
الموقع الإلكترونيسامسونگ للصناعات الثقيلة

سامسونگ للصناعات الثقيلة Samsung Heavy Industries أو SHI (بالكورية: 삼성중공업) هي واحدة من أكبر صناع السفن في العالم وواحدة من "الثلاثة الكبار" من صناع السفن في كوريا الجنوبية. وهي شركة فرعية رئيسية ضمن مجموعة سامسونگ، أكبر مجموعة شركات في كوريا الجنوبية، وتركيزها هو على صناعة السفن، الأرصفة الطافية، ونش جمالون، أجهزة رقمية للسفن، وأنشطة إنشاءات وهندسة أخرى.

SHI operates manufacturing facilities at home and abroad, including ship block fabrication factories in Ningbo and Rongcheng, China. The Geoje Shipyard in particular, SHI's largest shipyard in South Korea, boasts the highest dock turnover rate in the world. The largest of the three docks, Dock No. 3, is 640 meters long, 97.5 meters wide, and 13 meters deep. Mostly ultra-large ships are built at this dock, having the world's highest production efficiency with yearly dock turnover rate of 10 and the launch of 30 ships per year.[4]

SHI specializes in the building of high added-value and special purpose vessels, including LNG carriers, off-shore related vessels, oil drilling ships, FPSO/FSO's, ultra Large container ships and Arctic shuttle tankers. In recent times SHI has concentrated on LNG tankers and drillships, for which it is the market leader.

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تاريخ

Samsung Heavy Industries was established in 1974, when the company's Changwon plant was opened. SHI soon purchased Woojin, followed by the construction of Geoje shipbuilding facilities and merger with Daesung Heavy Industries.

Samsung Shipbuilding and Daesung Heavy Industries were merged under Samsung Heavy Industries in 1983. Since then, it has put efforts in the introduction of new technologies and development of products, while expanding the business area into heavy equipment and construction.

Since the 21st century, SHI began to build LNG and large passenger ships in earnest, and exported shipbuilding technologies to the United States. Samsung Heavy Industries decided to advance into the cruise ship market, the last remaining stronghold of EU shipbuilders. The company stated entering the undertaking was necessary to maintain its number one position in the global shipbuilding market.[5] In 2009, SHI was contracted to build a new residential cruise ship named Utopia, which will be the largest passenger ship ever assembled in Asia. The ship will test the waters by 2016.[6]


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الهامش

  1. ^ أ ب ت ث "Samsung Heavy Industries (010140:Korean Stock Exchange)". businessweek.com. Retrieved 2013-07-09.
  2. ^ "Daum stock data: Samsung Heavy Industries" (in Korean). Daum.net. Retrieved 18 July 2011.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  3. ^ Welcome to Samsung Heavy Industries
  4. ^ 삼성중공업홈페이지
  5. ^ "SHI Opens an Era of Cruise Shipbuilding in Korea". Samsung Heavy Industries. 2 December 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2015.
  6. ^ "A Cruise That Never Ends". Forbes. 1 December 2009. Archived from the original on 18 September 2012. Retrieved 1 March 2010.

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