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New HQ for Hyundai Heavy Industries Europe

Hyundai to open new HQ

Construction equipment manufacturer to open €30 million headquarters in Belgium

HYUNDAI Heavy Industries Europe (HHIE) are to open a brand new HQ complex in Tessenderlo, Belgium. The building project – representing an investment value of around  €30 million – is scheduled for completion by the end of 2016. The modern headquarters will house a three-storey, 5,400 sq m office building, a 13,000 sq m warehouse, a European training facility, an event hall and a showroom. 

Mr S.G. Rhee, COO of Hyundai Heavy Industries’ construction equipment division, and Mr J.C. Jung, managing director of HHIE, recently welcomed VIP guests from the Belgian government and representatives from the local community to a groundbreaking ceremony. 

Mr Rhee said: ‘We’re very happy to embark on our construction work. And we appreciate the community support for our endeavour and look forward to producing a state-of-the-art building. Our solid investment in this region to grow our facility is a condition for increasing our success in Europe.’

Mr Jung added: ‘The new facility is an excellent step forward for our European division. With the 81,000 square metres of new land, we can double the capacity of our machine parts supply, welcome our customers and intensify the commercial and technical training of our dealer network. The premises are ideally located alongside the E313 highway offering good accessibility. It all proves that HHIE is a dynamic and growing company and this investment will create additional jobs in the region.’

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