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History of KIA

Korean automobile building KIA corporation is located in Seoul. The headquarters of the oldest, based in 1944, Former company name - Kyungsung Precision Industry. The company began with small plant in Yangdeungpo (territory of modern Seoul) where carried out production of details for bicycles. And in 1952 the historical event - release of the first Korean bicycle in serial sale took place. And same year was changed the company name on KIA Industrial Company. In the fall of 1961 of KIA began production of S-100 motorcycles. In total through a floor of year of KIA K360 assembly - a three-wheeled truck popular in Korea began. K360 was in demand and issued the whole 12 years. Up to the beginning the 80th campaign combined automotive industry with production of bicycles and motorcycles (all about 25000 units were let out conducted - and motor-technicians). Only in 1981 in KIA it was solved will concentrate on automotive industry.

The first Korean mass KIA car - Brisa.
In 1971 of KIA Industrial Company it was transformed to KIA Corporation, it is connected with considerable expansion of production and the organization of release of 4-wheel Titan trucks which became improbably popular in Korea. Corporations following increase it is connected with Asia Motors acquisition. In 1973 of KIA releases the Korea's first own petrol engine, and in 1974 — the first Korean Brisa car of mass production. This car was exported to the countries of the Middle East region.
B1979 to year of KIA Corporation began to be engaged in installation of diesel engines, and again the first in Korea. But then wellbeing of the company considerably worsened and at the beginning of the 80th company got to deep financial crisis. For the decision difficult pobly, all possibilities of a proizdstvo of the company were reoriented on production of economic and available cars. This concept was realized in 1987 when release of a minicar of Pride (Festiva) was adjusted.

Small city Kia Festiva Pride car.
In 1984, in Sokhari, the suburb of Seoul, KIA opens own design office. After successful experience, were it is open six more - two in Korea and four design offices abroad.
At the beginning of 1990 the company began to be called officially KIA Motors Corporation.

The first Kia Sportage - popular in the mid-nineties. all-wheel drive, possessing quite good passability and the low price.
The following. very important milestone in firm development: the new models corresponding to the international level are developed, the new plants founded on modern technologies are under construction.
In 1991 in Japan Sportage and Sephia for the first time were announced. In the summer of 1996 of Kia Sportage participated in autorally competitions the "East-West", carried out in Sahara.
In 1995 from a konveer descended KIA plants there is a Kia Clarus model (Credos Parktown) which was made on the basis of Japanese by Mazda 626, possessing low aerodynamics.

Kia Clarus, the car on the basis of Mazda 626.
In 1995, in Japan Elan (Roadster) which were issued then on the licenses of the English company Lotus was shown. Its front-wheel option was equipped 1,8 l - 16V with the engine. During production 770 thousand copies were sold.
At the Seoul autoexhibition in 1997 the prototype of Retona, model of the small all-wheel drive car of the improved passability was shown.

Kia Retona-full drive, frame design, not cutting back bridge.
Financial crisis of 1997 years, captured all Asia, strongly I struck on Kia corporation, having made it insolvent in the financial plan. And in 1998 of KIA of a ball it is absorbed by Hyundai Motors corporation. However in 1999 thanks to competent management and the correct strategic course, the company becomes again profitable.
Now under the KIA brand the broad range of minivans of Joice, Carens, Carnival is made. The last was presented to general public in Europe in 1999. More compact Carens, was shown in Frankfurt в1999.

Kia Carnival miniveins.
In 2000 there was a serious updating of a model range of KIA — there were Visto cars, Rio (almost full clone of Hyundai Accent) and Magentis. In a company arsenal the quantity of models reached 13. The main rate is made on Magentis sedan, ideal on a ratio of the price and qualities. Demonstratsiyamodeli took place during carrying out the Parisian motor show in 2001.

Kia Rio.
New 21 eyelids began for KIA with pleasant news: the American Agency of Safe Movement noted Kia Sephia an award "The safest car in branch". KIA it was also noted by awards and an appreciation of experts for development of the Sephia, Sportage and KEV-4 models. With approach of 2002 under the KIA brand more than ten million cars were issued already, from them 60% of the general sales were the share of a foreign market, more than to 170 countries of the world.

Kia Sephia - "The safest car in branch".
High popularity cars of the Kia brand deserved thanks to the reliability and one of the best in the market to a ratio of the price and quality. The cost of KIA spare parts is much lower than the cost of Japanese and European analogs. If to add to it successful design, safety, comfort in management, excellent brake qualities, huge popularity of KIA cars to become absolutely clear!

Kia Magentis unified with Hyundai Sonata V.

Kia Opirus. Unfortunately, from Mercedes E-class only external data were inherited


History of Daewoo

Daewoo (Korean for "Great Universe") or the Daewoo Group was a major South Korean chaebol (conglomerate). It was founded on 22 March 1967 as Daewoo Industrial and was dismantled by the Korean government in 1999. Prior to the Asian Financial Crisis of 1998, Daewoo was the second largest conglomerate in Korea after Hyundai Group, followed by LG Group and Samsung Group. There were about 20 divisions under the Daewoo Group, some of which survive today as independent companies.

The Daewoo Motors was a South Korean car maker established in 1978, part of the Daewoo Group. The company sold most of its assets in 2001 to General Motors after running into financial trouble. The commercial vehicles division was acquired by Tata Motors in 2004.

The company was first established as National Motor in 1937 in Bupyeong-gu, Incheon, South Korea. The name was changed to Saenara Motor in November 1962. Saenara was assembling and selling Datsuns Bluebird P310. Very first automobile company in Korea, Saenara was equipped with modern assembly facilities, and was established after the Automobile Industry Promotion Policy was announced by the South Korean government in 1962. Saenara Motor was then bought by Shinjin Industrial in 1965, which changed its name to Shinjin Motors after establishing collaborations with Toyota.

After Toyota's withdrawal in 1972, Shinjin Motor started a joint venture with General Motors under the name General Motors Korea (GMK), but was renamed again in 1976 to Saehan Motor. GMK shortly sold their Rekord under the GMK marque, together with the Holden Torana based Chevrolet 1700.

Member of Daewoo Group

After the Daewoo Group gained control in 1982 the name was changed to Daewoo Motor Co.. Until 1996 all cars were based on models from General Motors. All Saehan models were named Daewoos, the Maepsy being refreshed became Maepsy-Na. The Royale Series models were kept, Daewoo addding the Royale XQ and Royale Duke (March 1982), Royale Prince (July 1983) and Royale Salon Super (March 1986). Above the Royale range was added in 1989 the Daewoo Imperial flagship luxury car, which styling was reminiscent of the contemporary Chrysler Imperial and New Yorker, but also luxury Japanese sedans. It was produced until 1993.

The first Daewoo addition was the 1986 Daewoo LeMans, based on the Opel Kadett E; 3-door versions were called Racer, and 5-door Penta-5. This car had an internation ambition for GM, as it was sold almost worldwide, as the Pontiac LeMans, Asüna GT and SE, or Passport Optima. This car was produced until February 1997, being one of Daewoo Motor's greatest successes. 1986 was also the year Daewoo offered a badge-engineered version of Nissan's Vanette.

In 1990 was created the Espero, designed by Bertone of Italy, initiating a tradition at Daewoo Motor of models created by Italian designers.

Daewoo Heavy Industries (DHI) introduced in 1991 the Tico mini car, which was sold at Daewoo Motor's dealers. DHI was also selling since 1981 the Damas minivan and Labo mini pickup — Tico, Damas and Labo being based on Suzuki models. When the Royale Series range was discontinued, its models were slightly refreshed and offered under the Prince and Super Salon/Brougham names until respectively 1997 and 1999.

In 1992, the joint-venture with GM ended, leaving Daewoo Motor as an independent company.

In 1994, Daewoo started importing the second generation Honda Legend to replace the discontinued flagship Imperial, under the name of Arcadia. This year, the LeMans got a slight refresh, and all variants (3,4 and 5-door) were then sold under the Cielo name.

The first "real" Daewoo Motor product, the Lanos, was introduced in late 1996; it spawned 3 variants: 4-door, 3-door called Romeo and 5-door Juliet — being the first model of a whole new family of cars to be created. Styling was a cooperation of Giorgetto Giugiaro and Italdesign. One of its main features was the all-new 3-parts corporate grill, reminding of the Daewoo Motor emblem, and which was going to be used on many Daewoo cars to come. February 1997 saw the birth of the Nubira, first Daewoo model to be produced in their then new Kunsan motor plant and designed by Italian I.DE.A Institute. In March 1997, the mid-size Leganza followed, also designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, borrowing some styling cues of the existing 1990 Jaguar Kensington concept-car.

1998 was also the introduction of one of Daewoo Motor's best known car: the Matiz, whose design signed by Giorgetto Giugiaro was based on the 1992 concept car Lucciola, which was initially imagined as a replacement for the Fiat Cinquecento. This car has been Daewoo Motor's best-seller for the next four years. In 1999, Daewoo presented the Magnus, which was a development of the existing Leganza. Sold alongside the Leganza in Korea until the end of the latter's production in 2002, it existed in 2 variants: Classic and Eagle (sportier). The Rezzo minivan was introduced in early 2000. Matiz, Lanos and Nubira got a mid-life facelift in 2001, becoming Matiz II, Lanos II and Nubira II. In 2002, the L6 Magnus was introduced, equipped with Daewoo's first straight-six engine, with new front grill and lamps — and Daewoo also presented the Kalos subcompact to replace the Lanos.

In 1998, after the Asian financial crisis, Daewoo Motor took over the troubled 4WD specialist Ssang Yong Motor, only to sell it off again in 2000, because the conglomerate ran into deep financial troubles. Its models, were sold under the Daewoo-Ssang Yong badge in South-Korea (contrary to other areas where they were sold under the Daewoo brand name). Ssang Yong's flagship limousine, the Chairman was on its part integrated to the Daewoo range, becoming the Daewoo Chairman with a new 3-parts Daewoo corporate grill.

By 1999, the whole Daewoo Group ran into financial trouble, and was forced to sell its automotive division. Candidates for the operation included Hyundai associated with DaimlerChrysler, Ford Motor Company and the GM-Fiat alliance. Finally, General Motors was the one who bought Daewoo Motor's assets. In 2002 Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Co. Ltd was spun off from parent Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. In 2004 it was acquired by Tata Motors, India's largest passenger automobile and commercial vehicle manufacturing company

Daewoo owned a share of AvtoZAZ, an automobile manufacturer based in Ukraine, from 1998 to 2003 - establishing AvtoZAZ-Daewoo. The CKD assembly of the Daewoo Lanos started 2002 and lately it was adopted for full-scale production as the ZAZ Lanos. A version of the Daewoo-developed Chevrolet Aveo has been assembled for local market at the Illichivsk subsidiary. Following bankruptcy of Daewoo Motor in 2001, UkrAVTO corporation bought out AvtoZAZ holding in 2002. All of the AvtoZAZ manufacturing facilities (most notably, MeMZ and Illichivsk assembling plant) were reincorporated into ZAZ. The company even adopted a new logo. The Daewoo part in the joint venture was bought out by Swiss venture Hirsch & CIE in 2003.

In August 1992, Daewoo set up UzDaewooAuto, a joint venture and a factory in Asaka city, Andizhan province, Uzbekistan, leveraging the presence of a large local ethnic Korean minority. Currently, the plant assembles the Matiz and the Nexia for both the local market and export, as well as the Lacetti hatchback and sedan for the domestic market only.

In 1994, Daewoo acquired the Automobile Craiova manufacture in Craiova, Romania, which was producing a derivate of the Citroën Axel model, the Oltcit Club. The society name was changed to Romanian Daewoo Motor, abr. Rodae. The entire production facility was refurbished to mainly produce the Cielo model and later, other models. Until 2008 it was producing the Daewoo Cielo, Matiz and Nubira models for the Romanian market, but also car parts for export, such as engines and gearboxes to GM Daewoo and to other companies. The factory was acquired by the Romanian Government and sold to Ford in 2007 (the official agreement was signed on 21 March 2008). The production of Daewoo models was stopped in May 2008, and Rodae became Ford Romania.

Daewoo also invested into Poland's Fabryka Samochodów Osobowych (FSO) in 1995, forming a joint venture (Daewoo-FSO) for assembly of the Matiz microcar, a successor to the Tico that was very popular in the Eastern European market. Since January 2005, FSO began to produce Matiz and Lanos under their own trademark.

When making a joint venture with the Polish company Fabryka Samochodów Ciężarowych (FSC) in 1995, Daewoo also created Daewoo Motor Polska which produced the Daewoo Lublin van and Daewoo Honker multi-purpose all-terrain pick-up truck by 1996, design based on the former Tarpan Honker. Daewoo Motor Polska and the British van manufacturer LDV developed together at this time the Maxus van. But after the Daewoo Group's bankruptcy, LDV secured the exclusive rights to the vehicle, purchased the tooling and moved it from Daewoo's plant in Poland to the LDV site in Birmingham. FSC was then sold by GM to the British investment group Intrall and the Honker's design to the Polish company Andoria-Mot.

In 1998, Daewoo Motor bought 50.2% of Avia, a Czech automotive company. The year after, the trade name of the Company was changed to Daewoo-Avia. In the same year, the company became the exclusive importer and distributor of Daewoo vehicles for the Czech Republic, and started manufacturing the Polish Lublin van and the new Daewoo-Avia D60/90 series truck range. GM's buyout plan did not include Daewoo-Avia in 2001. In the year 2005, the company was overtaken by the investment group Odien Capital Partners and in October 2006 the division of light trucks moved under the concern of Ashok Leyland of India, becoming Avia Ashok Leyland Motors Company (AALM).

In 1998, the low-volume assembly of the Lanos, Nubira and the Leganza started in Taganrog, Russia, at the TagAZ-Doninvest factory . The cars were sold on the local market under the Doninvest brand, as the Assol, Orion and Kondor, respectively. The project did not have much success, so TagAZ turned to Citroën to produce their Berlingo under the Orion-M name and Hyundai to produce the Accent, and more recently, the Chinese Chery A5 under their new TagAZ Vortex brand.

Following the GM buyout in 2002, GM Daewoo lost interest in its overseas assets; the deals on supplies of pre-assembled CKD kits ended in 2005 and the facilities are likely to rely on its own production capabilities from that point on.


History of Ssang Yong

Ssang Yong Motor Company is the fourth largest South Korean automobile manufacturer. The name Ssang Yong means double dragons.

Ssang Yong originally started out as two separate companies; Ha Dong-hwan Motor Workshop (established in 1954) and Dongbang Motor Co (established in 1962). In mid-1963, the two companies merged into Ha Dong-hwan Motor Co.

In 1964, Hadonghwan Motor Company started building jeeps for the US Army as well as trucks and buses. Beginning in 1976, Hadonghwan produced a variety of special purpose vehicles. After changing its name to Dong-A Motor in 1977, it was taken over by Ssang Yong Business Group in 1986 and changed its name to Ssang Yong Motor. In 1987, it acquired United Kingdom-based specialty car maker Panther Westwinds.

The Musso was a result of collaboration between Ssang Yong and Daimler-Benz.

In 1991 it started a technology partnership with Daimler-Benz. The deal was for Ssang Yong to develop an SUV with Mercedes-Benz technology. This was supposedly to allow Ssang Yong to gain footholds in new markets without having to build their own infrastructure (utilizing existing Mercedes-Benz networks) while giving Mercedes a competitor in the then-booming SUV market. This resulted in the Ssang Yong Musso, which was sold first by Mercedes-Benz and later by Ssang Yong.

Ssang Yong further benefited from this alliance, long after Daimler-Benz stopped selling the Musso, producing a badge engineered version of the Mercedes-Benz MB100, the Istana and using Daimler designs in many other models, including the second-generation Korando (engine and transmission), the Rexton (transmission), the Chairman H (chassis and transmission) and the Kyron (transmission).

In 1997, Daewoo Motors bought a controlling stake from the Ssang Yong Group, only to sell it off again in 2000, because the conglomerate ran into deep financial troubles. In late 2004, the Chinese automobile manufacturer SAIC took a 51% stake of Ssang Yong Motor Company. Wikinews has related news: South Korean police battle striking workers

Ssang Yong's hybrid technology (pictured) was allegedly stolen by SAIC.

In January 2009, after recording a $75.42 million loss, the company was put into receivership. This may have been due to the global economic crisis and shrinking demand. On August 14, 2009, worker strikes finished at the Ssang Yong factory and production commenced again after 77 days of disruption. Company employees and analysts have also blamed SAIC for stealing technology related to hybrid vehicles from the company and failing to live up to its promise of continued investment. SAIC denied allegations of technology theft by the company's employees. However, SAIC was charged by the South Korean prosecutor's office for violating company regulations and the South Korean law when it ordered and carried out the transfer of Ssang Yong's proprietary technology developed with South Korean government funding over to SAIC researchers.

In 2010, Daewoo Motor Sales was dropped by General Motors. The long-time dealership partner then signed a deal with the Ssang Yong Motor Company to supply new vehicles to sell (specifically the Rodius, Chairman W and Chairman H), in return for the injection of 20 billion won ($17.6 million) into the car maker still recovering from bankruptcy. The deal is non-exclusive, meaning Ssang Yong will also sell vehicles through private dealers.

In April 2010, the company released a statement citing interest of three to four local and foreign companies in acquiring Ssang Yong Motor Company, resulting in shares rising by 15%. The companies were later revealed to be Mahindra & Mahindra Limited and the Ruia Group of India and SM Aluminum, Seoul Investments and Renault Samsung of South Korea. In August 2010, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited was chosen as the preferred bidder for Ssang Yong. The acquisition was completed in February 2011 and cost Mahindra 522.5 Billion Won.

Model lineup

Rexton II
Pickup trucks
Actyon Sports
Musso Sports
Chairman W
Chairman H
Ssang Yong Kallista
SY Truck Based on Mercedes-Benz trucks
Transtar Based on Mercedes-Benz buses


History of Hyundai

Hyundai Motor Company is a South Korean multinational automaker headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. Hyundai was founded in 1967 and it, along with Kia, together comprise the Hyundai Motor Group, which is the world's fourth largest automobile manufacturer in the world based on annual vehicle sales in 2010.In 2008, Hyundai (without Kia) ranked as the eighth largest automaker.In 2010, Hyundai sold over 3.6 million vehicles worldwide.

Hyundai operates the world's largest integrated automobile manufacturing facility in Ulsan, which is capable of producing 1.6 million units annually. The company employs about 75,000 persons worldwide. Hyundai vehicles are sold in 193 countries through some 6,000 dealerships and showrooms.

Chung Ju-Yung founded the Hyundai Engineering and Construction Company in 1947. Hyundai Motor Company was later established in 1967. The company's first model, the Cortina, was released in cooperation with Ford Motor Company in 1968. When Hyundai wanted to develop their own car, they hired George Turnbull, the former Managing Director of Austin Morris at British Leyland. He in turn hired five other top British car engineers.They were Kenneth Barnett body design, engineers John Simpson and Edward Chapman, John Crosthwaite ex-BRM as chassis engineer and Peter Slater as chief development engineer. In 1975, the Pony, the first Korean car, was released, with styling by Giorgio Giugiaro of ItalDesign and powertrain technology provided by Japan's Mitsubishi Motors. Exports began in the following year to Ecuador and soon thereafter to the Benelux countries. In 1991, the company succeeded in developing its first proprietary gasoline engine, the four-cylinder Alpha, and transmission, thus paving the way for technological independence.

In 1986, Hyundai exported the Pony to Canada, but not to the United States, because the Pony didn't pass emissions standards there. Canadian sales greatly exceeded expectations, and it was at one point the top-selling car on the Canadian market. The Pony afforded a much higher degree of quality and refinement in the lowest price auto segment than the Eastern-bloc imports of the period then available.

In 1986, Hyundai began to sell cars in the United States, and the Excel was nominated as "Best Product #10" by Fortune magazine, largely because of its affordability. The company began to produce models with its own technology in 1988, beginning with the midsize Sonata.

In 1996, Hyundai Motor India Limited was established with a production plant in Irungattukottai near Chennai, India.

In 1998, Hyundai began to overhaul its image in an attempt to establish itself as a world-class brand. Chung Ju Yung transferred leadership of Hyundai Motor to his son, Chung Mong Koo, in 1999. Hyundai's parent company, Hyundai Motor Group, invested heavily in the quality, design, manufacturing, and long-term research of its vehicles. It added a 10-year or 100,000-mile (160,000 km) warranty to cars sold in the United States and launched an aggressive marketing campaign.

In 2004, Hyundai was ranked second in "initial quality" in a survey/study by J.D. Power and Associates. Hyundai is now one of the top 100 most valuable brands worldwide. Since 2002, Hyundai has also been one of the worldwide official sponsors of the FIFA World Cup.

In 2006, the South Korean government initiated an investigation of Chung Mong Koo's practices as head of Hyundai, suspecting him of corruption. On April 28, 2006, Chung was arrested, and charged for embezzlement of 100 billion South Korean won (US$106 million). As a result, Hyundai Vice Chairman and CEO, Kim Dong-jin, replaced him as head of the company.

On September 30, 2011, Yang Seung Suk announced his retirement as CEO of Hyundai Motor Co. In the interim replacement period, Chung Mong-koo and Kim Eok-jo will divide the duties of the CEO position.

Hyundai has 6 centres worldwide, located in Korea (three offices), Germany, Japan and India. Additionally, there is an American design center in California that develops designs for US markets.

In 1998, after a shake-up in the Korean auto industry caused by overambitious expansion and the Asian financial crisis, Hyundai acquired rival Kia Motors. In 2000, the company established a strategic alliance with DaimlerChrysler and severed its partnership with the Hyundai Group. In 2001, the Daimler-Hyundai Truck Corporation was formed. In 2004, however, DaimlerChrysler divested its interest in the company by selling its 10.5% stake for $900 million.

Hyundai has invested in manufacturing plants in the North America, India, Czech Republic, Pakistan, China and Turkey as well as research and development centers in Europe, Asia, North America, and the Pacific Rim. In 2004, Hyundai Motor Company had $57.2 billion in sales in South Korea making it the country's second largest corporation, or chaebol. Worldwide sales in 2005 reached 2,533,695 units, an 11 percent increase over the previous year. Hyundai has set as its 2006 target worldwide sales of 2.7 million units (excluding exports of CKD kits). In 2007 it reached 3,961,629 worldwide vehicle sales—surpassing Fiat, Chrysler, PSA/Peugeot, Nissan, and Honda.

Hyundai motor vehicles are sold in 193 countries through some 5,000 dealerships and showrooms. After a recent survey of global automotive sales, Hyundai is now the fourth largest automaker in the world as of 2009.

The Hyundai brand power continues to rise as it was ranked 65th in the 2007 Best Global Brands by Interbrand and BusinessWeek survey, with brand value estimated at $5.0 billion. Public perception of the Hyundai brand has been transformed as a result of dramatic improvements in the quality of Hyundai vehicles. As of 2011, it is the world's fastest growing car brand for two years running.

Model lineup

Equus/Centennial (Originally a joint project of Hyundai and Mitsubishi)[85]
Genesis Coupe
Getz/Click/Getz Prime/TB
Grandeur/Azera/XG (Originally a joint project of Hyundai and Mitsubishi)
i30/i30cw/Elantra Touring
Hyundai i40
Santamo (Rebadged Mitsubishi Chariot; originally produced by Hyundai Precision Industry)


Hyundai Solaris strongly holds leading positions in Russia

Sales of new cars in Russia increased in July in comparison with similar month of last year by 27 %. The leader still there is "AvtoVAZ". Among foreign cars out of competition Hyundai Solaris. In total in July 224 620 cars were sold.
The greatest gain of sales showed German concern VW of +115 %, Lifan of +118 % and Volvo of +113 % further settled down.
In a minus SEAT of-100 % and TAGAZ of-89 % left. If to look at total of the sold cars on brands, the situation looks so:

1. Lada 50.518 автомобилей
2. Chevrolet 15.824
3. Kia 14.693
4. Renault 13.455
5. Hyundai 12.827
6. Nissan 11.244
7. VW 10.954
8. Ford 9.200
9. Daewoo 8.954
10. GAZ 8.418
11. Opel 6.246
12. Skoda 6.130
13. Mitsubishi 4.877
14. UAZ 4.490
15. Peugeot 3.701
16. Mazda 2.982
17. Mercedes 2.530
18. Suzuki 2.510
19. BMW 2.340
20. Fiat 2.325

The top ten on models looks as follows:

1. Lada Kalina 12.840 cars
2. Lada Priora 12.122
3. Lada 2104/2107 10.280
4. Lada Samara 10.047
5. Hyundai Solaris 8.959
6. Renault Logan 7.750
7. Ford Focus 5.921
8. VW Polo 5.460
9. Daewoo Nexia 5.373
10. Lada 4x4 5.229


Cargo and commercial transport of Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicles (TDCV)

Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicles (TDCV)
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TDCV located in South Korea completely belongs to Tata Motors (it is bought in March 2004). TDCV is engaged in production and sales of heavy commercial cars.

Tata Daewoo, a fully-owned subsidiary of Tata Motors and South Korea’s second largest truck maker, has developed a prototype of South Korea’s first LPG medium commercial vehicle (MCV). The vehicle was developed in association with the Ministries of Commerce, Industry and Energy, Korea Energy Management Corporation and a consortium of 12 organisations.

The 4.5 tonne (payload) Novus LPG truck conforms to Euro V emission norms and uses next generation technology with Liquid Phase Injection (LPLi) 5.9 litre LPG engine with power of 240 PS. The vehicle, while promoting the use of a low-pollution fuel that meets Euro V requirements, overcomes the disadvantages of conventional LPG or diesel vehicles like low power output and engine start-up problem, particularly during winter. The other advantages include reduced noise and emission levels along with enhanced engine life compared to existing diesel trucks.
The prototype of the vehicle was displayed at the 21st World LP Gas Forum in Seoul and the Gunsan International Auto Expo (GAEX). The World LPG Forum is aimed at promoting applications of LP Gas with a view to improving the quality of life and helping tackle the wider issue of climate change. Tata Daewoo develops prototype of South Korea’s first LPG MCV


Expansion of the range SANGSIN BRAKE

Production let out under the Hi-Q trademark — is ceramic brake shoes and overlays for cars, commercial transport and the buses made not only in the Republic of Korea, but also collected in the territory of Russia.
Today the SANGSIN BRAKE company in all respects completely corresponds to the status of the largest producer of brake shoes in South Korea. Despite the enormous competition in domestic market, the company for many years is the main official and constant, and for commercial transport also exclusive, the supplier of the production on conveyors of all largest Korean auto giants. And the Russian consumer could be convinced of it personally, having attentively considered blocks in original packing — on them SANGSIN is forced out, or there is an inscription of SBI (Sangsin Brake Industry). Production of brake shoes on ALL Korean cars, own development of structure of the frictional material applied in production, the adjusted world distribution network, respectively world recognition - here that little that distinguishes the Sangsin Brake company from other Korean producers of blocks.
The latest modern technologies serving for safety of people - one of Sangshin's main principles a break. The company cooperates many years with world famous in the market of frictional materials the companies, such as TMD Friction, TBK, JB, TVS, Arvin Meritor. By the way, SANGSIN BRAKE the unique company in Korea and one of the few in the world which exports the frictional mix made on own compounding, to other countries, such as Japan and Germany.
Besides delivery of blocks to autoconveyors and existence of own brands of Hi-Q and HARDRON, the SANGSIN BRAKE company is the producer of brake shoes for the companies MANDO, CARPOS, SPEED MATE respected in an auto world (a SK Corporation oil company trademark), BOSCH.
In 30 years of the existence of SANGSIN BRAKE achieved enough good results. The industrial complex is located on 76992 sq.m, 756 employees, volume of let-out production in 2006 — 131 million US dollars, export more than to 43 countries, including Japan, China, Russia, Germany, the USA, SANGSIN BRAKE share in domestic market — 47 %. These figures rather eloquently speak about financial and economic stability of the company.
Search of new regional dealers doesn't stop, as actively growing sales volumes of cars of the Korean production and quality recognition of blocks by the consumer, say that demand for brake shoes of SANGSIN BRAKE only will increase from year to year, it proves to be true our long-term experience in the Russian market.
The part of the range is allocated for blocks for the Japanese cars, well familiar to motorists in the Far East. Aren't deprived of attention and drivers of domestic cars.
Also production is presented in the form of overlays and blocks for commercial transport and the second-hand buses arriving from Korea.


In the range of our shop production of Leading global manufacturer of knots of coupling, the VALEO company is presented

The leading global manufacturer of knots of coupling, the VALEO company (France), has 143 plants in 20 countries of the world. One of the most perspective and profitable is in Korea . This plant - a PYEONG HWA VALEO joint venture child . The company was formed by two giants: VALEO and PYEONG HWA Clutch Ind.Co., Ltd in 1988. Since then the company, carrying out rigid quality control of let-out production, managed to reach good results. Since 1995 of PHC VALEO began official deliveries of elements of coupling to the conveyor of automobile concerns of South Korea, such as HYUNDAI, DAEWOO, KIA and SSANG YONG to what the original spare parts having marking of PHC Valeo testify.
The goods on ISO 9001 from the Korean Association of Management and German TUV, and in 1997 — QS 9000 from TUV of North America will the same year be certificated.
The company is the owner of many prizes in the various nominations of National Institute of technologies and qualities (the nomination «The best 50 companies on competitiveness and quality»), the Public industrial administration («The Korean standards»), Hyundai Motors of the Company (The Grand Prix for quality) etc. The company also has the highest category on classification of the Korean calibration service . Having the experience, the saved-up knowledge, modern technology, and also, adhering to philosophy «the client - on the first place» Valeo Pyeong Hwa keeps leading positions in the international automobile industry.
The first class materials, the patented technologies allow to make more durable disks of coupling, with good frictional and noiseless parameters. The wide range, beginning from cars and finishing heavy cargo transport and buses.


In the range of our shop production of the CTR company (Korea) is presented

Central Corporation - the Korean company based in 1960. A field of activity - production, besides other, spare parts for cars, among which: elements of a steering, suspension bracket, system of transfers, engine, brake system. Central Corporation is the owner of the CTR trademark under which in the market above-mentioned knots and details are presented. Now Central Corporation - dynamically developing company making high-quality products at which manufacturing technologies of high-precision processing of details are applied. Among regular customers of the company such known companies as Hyundai, GM, Bosch, Ford, Daewoo, Kia, Delco Remy, that is the best confirmation of quality of products of the CTR brand.
CTR - one of leading producers of automobile spare parts for the Korean cars, the supplier on the Hyundai conveyor - Kia, Daewoo, GM and Ford. Also CTR is the supplier guaranteeing high quality, offering more than 1000 names of spare parts for the Japanese cars, more than 70 names of spare parts for the American and European cars worldwide which you can get in Gomel.
CTR is made on the best and latest technologies from high-quality materials that proves to be true the international certificates of quality of ISO 9001 & ISO 9002.
The technology on which wear resistance of the plastic used by production of bearings increased, developed since 1985, and gave the chance to develop high degree of wear resistance of bearings.
Details of a suspension bracket and running gear of CTR were historically improved and the metal type was replaced on nylon for the purpose of increase of term of suitability and maneuverability of a suspension bracket for execution of the following conditions:
- Process of a torque should be minimized as far as it is possible
- The road gleam should be minimized as far as it is possible
- Wear resistance should be maximized as far as it is possible.
CTR adapted the development under a rapid progress of polymeric technologies according to tendencies of original quality of spherical support of advanced type that allowed to reach the following advantages:
- lower load of mechanisms, is less friction
- wear process is slowed down
- doesn't demand greasing use
- use term is increased



The GMB company was based in 1943г. in Osaka, Japan and originally began as Matsuok's Precision Systems. Today «GMB» – one of leading global manufacturers and designers of automobile production. And except plants and head office in Japan, the company of "GMB" has representations in Germany and England, plants in the USA, India, Korea.

Basis of the range of the GMB company details of a steering, a suspension bracket, transmission and the engine – steering tips, spherical support, steering drafts, water pumps, a crosspiece of kardanny hinges, rollers of GRM belts make, thermocouplings of fans. The volume of production strikes with the scales: crosspieces is issued to one million pieces a month, water pumps – to 600 thousand a month, shaft bearings — to 800 thousand a month.

The spare parts "GMB" are delivered on car assembly conveyors of leading automakers, the secondary market and as are bought Japanese (Koyo Machine Industries, Jtekt, Kyowa Kogyo, K.S.Sanoyas Co., Central Automotive, Yamada Manufacturing, TMY Corporation), European (GKN Group, Neapco, Weasler, Dana Group, Delphi, Clark) and other producers of autoaccessories.

The highest quality of let-out production the GMB company with guarantee existence of the certificate of ISO 9002.



The Mando company based in 1962, is the leading producer of autocomponents in South Korea. Originally it was guided only by satisfaction of requirements of domestic market of auto parts, but since 1991 the company leaves on the international level thanks to the big capacities equipped with the latest, high-precision equipment and automated lines. Mando Corporation becomes the supplier on the conveyor of such auto giants, as Hyundai Motors, Kia Motors, Ssang Yong, GM Daewoo, GM, Ford and many other.

Now the company specializes on release of shock-absorbers for a wide range of cars. The production program includes gas-filled and oil models, sports shock-absorbers, adjustable shock-absorbers. Qualitative characteristics of shock-absorbers provide safety and comfort of driving on the car. For them relative frost resistance, good tightness of a design, rather small disorder of effort of a release and compression are characteristic.

Except a high-quality line of shock-absorbers, the MANDO company lets out elements of brake system, steering mechanisms, steering racks. In production of MANDO it is necessary to allocate with the separate directions the climatic, electric and electronic equipment for cars into which conditioner compressors, motors of fans of cooling of radiators, generators, starters, various sensors enter. The electric equipment of MANDO firm is well known the reliable and no-failure operation in any conditions.

Company certificates:

ISO9001 from the Korean Association of Management and German TUV
QS9000 from TUV of North America
The company also has the highest category on classification of the Korean calibration service (KARES).



Many suppliers of stereotyped spare parts are at the same time official suppliers of manufacturers of cars, delivering the most qualitative details on the assembly conveyor.
Spare parts for foreign cars from the producer of ILJIN proved as the qualitative reliable details delivered on assembly conveyors of such auto giants as by HYINDAY, KIA



The South Korean automobile company Hyundai Motors entering into Hyundai Kia Automotive Group corporation, occupies one of leading places in the world on release of cars. On the advanced places on car sales there is Hyundai and in our country. So high popularity it is possible to explain high quality of production, control for which one of the most strict in the world, the accurate organization of work both continuous development and introduction in production of the latest technologies.

The existing dealer network on sales and service of Hyundai cars operates practically worldwide. For its continuous work the company builds plants in the territory of the countries being the largest consumers of Hyundai cars.

But it is not enough to sell cars, them it is necessary to serve, repair, change the worn-out knots and units. For these purposes in the Hyundai company there is a special division, and in fact, the separate company which is engaged only in spare parts. This company is called as Mobis, and its division in the territory of the CIS Mobis Part the CIS bears a name.

However, contrary to established opinion, Mobis don't make the spare part. They find producers, conclude with them contracts, make control over quality of production, redeem the ready goods and extend on shops and the service centers. To get to number of suppliers for the company Mobis it is a great honor, but also quite good money, after all the supplier for one of the largest companies to be not too bad. To keep among lucky, manufacturers are compelled to support the highest quality standards established by the Hyundai company.



The DENSO company was based in Japan in 1949 and today is one of main suppliers of automobile spare parts to the world market.
The company supports close partnership with all leading cars producers, and delivers the widest range of auto parts on their conveyors, and also closely cooperates with them in the field of research and design development.
Production of DENSO is delivered both on conveyors of producers of cars, and on the markets of spare parts and includes heating and conditioning systems, automobile to the electrician and electronics, radiators, fuel systems, dashboards, spark plugs, filters, means of telecommunication and the equipment for information processing. But in Russia the company is known first of all as the producer of high-quality spark plugs.

Spark plugs Denso

The Denso company began production of spark plugs in 1957 and since then takes leading positions in production and development of the latest types of this production. In 1973 engineers of the company of Denso developed a candle with the U-shaped fillet which form provided the best inflammability. In 1982 durable platinum candles of Denso, and by 1997 - iridic are developed. As the firm actively develops and delivers the spark plugs for racing cars, since a world famous Formula 1.
Production of this producer is made at own plants of the company (which are located worldwide) and finds the application, both on cars and motorcycles, and on motor boats.

Line of Denso: Standart, Platinum, Iridium.

- Spark plugs Denso Iridiun Power improve useful engine capacity
- Spark plugs Iridium Tough provide the best acceleration performance thanks to an ultrathin central electrode (0,4 mm). Have excellent igniting ability at the expense of what interruptions in ignition decrease.
- Spark plugs Denso Iridium Racing are developed specially for an auto racing and provide the improved capacity, reliability and durability of the engine.
- Spark plugs Twin Tip have the central nickel and acting lateral electrode in diameter of 1,5 mm. Provide reduction of emissions of harmful substances and good economy of fuel.



DONGIL (full name DONGIL RUBBER BELT CO. LTD., or in abbreviated form DRB) – group belts (GRM, maple, poliklinovy). The DONGIL company is the producer, and makes at voy plants belts, door a sealant, rubber caterpillars for mini tractors, belts for production machines, transport lines etc. At present the company has plants in such countries as: Korea, China, Slovakia, Vietnam, and as offices in Korea, China, the USA, Slovakia, Japan, Indonesia.

Production of the DONGIL company is production of the highest quality that is confirmed with the international certificates of ISO9002, ISO14001, ISO/TS-16949, KOSHA 18001, OHSAS 18001 and as certificates of the USA and Canada.

DONGIL is the supplier on plants on production of GM DAEWOO, KIA, HYUNDAI, Ssang Yong cars. Short history of plant:
The DRB company began the existence in 1945, having constructed the first chemical plant Dongil Chemical Works.
In 1947 production of driving belts, and in 1951 – transporterny tapes began.
In 1964 the company became the first exporter of transporterny tapes and in 1965 received the Korean industrial certificate of quality of production.
In 1966 the company got the status of corporation and received the name Dongil Rubber Belt Co., Ltd (DRB).
In 1967 the DRB company began development of automobile rezinotekhnichesky products together with Hyundai Motors.
In 1975 it is begun production of rezinotekhnichesky products for vehicles.
In 1986 the Research Center is based.
In 1992 the plant on production of automobile spare parts is open.
In 1995 the company received ISO9002 certificate of conformity.
In 2001 the Qingdao Dongil Rubber Belt Co corporation is based., Ltd. In China.
In 2002 the control system of relationship with the end user is installed.
In 2003 the company passed recertification and received the new certificate of conformity of ISO9001.
Export of sets of the chassis for an aircraft industry began.
The additional office in China (Beijing Office) is constructed.
The new plant Qingdao Dongil Rubber is constructed.
In 2004 the Dongil Rubber Belt organization in Slovakia is based.
ISO/TS-16949 certificate on rezinotekhnichesky products for vehicles is received.
ISO-14001 certificate (Absence of the content of harmful substances or their contents within sanitary-and-hygienic norms) is received.
The Dongil Rubber Belt North corporation in America is based.
In 2005 ISO/TS-16949 certificate (gear belts) is received.
The new plant Qingdao Dongil Rubber Belt Inc is constructed. in China.
The additional office of Shenyang in China is open.
The additional office of Fukuoka in Japan is open.
The Dongil Rubber Belt Beijing Co corporation is based., Ltd. In China.
In 2006 the additional office of Hanoi office in Vietnam is open.
The Dongil Rubber Belt Vietnam Co plant is constructed., Ltd. In Vietnam.
In 2007 the Dongil Rubber Belt North corporation changed the name to DRB America Inc.
The additional office of Jakarta office in Indonesia is constructed.
The Shanghai Dongil Rubber Belt Co corporation is based., Ltd. In China.
The plant in Slovakia is open.
The Japanese certificate of conformity of the material NRB is received.



NGK Spark Plug Co., Ltd.- the producer of spark plugs conducting in the world, incandescence candles, a lambda probes (under NTK trademark) and other components for internal combustion engines. The company also makes components from industrial ceramics for semiconductors, the communication equipment and so forth. NGK Spark Plug Co company headquarters. Ltd. is in Nagoya, Japan.

History of creation of the company

  • 1919 - NGK INSULATORS basis. LTD. (predecessor of NGK SPARK PLUG CO. LTD. )
  • 1936 - NGK SPARK PLUG CO basis. LTD.
  • 1949 - development of "new ceramics" under the NTK trademark
  • 1975 - opening of the first European branch in London
  • 1979 - opening of the first office in Europe (Düsseldorf, Germany)
  • 1980 - office and warehouse opening in of Ratingen (Germany)
  • 1990 - opening of the European technical center NGK in of Ratingen (Germany)
  • 1996 - an entry into the Russian market
  • 2006 - opening of Representation of NGK Spark Plug Europe GmbH in Moscow

NGK Spark Plug Co company. Ltd was based in October, 1936 in Japan. The name of the NGK (NIPPON GAISHI KAISYA) company is translated as Japanese insulator factory. After restructuring in 1997 the company unites three groups:

  1. car components of a spark plug, glow plug, sets of wires, lambda probes)
  2. components of means of communication (components of electric semiconductors)
  3. technical ceramics (ceramics for are sharp, thin ceramics)

Company activity in the world
Now the NGK company has plants and the marketing organizations in all parts of the world. 5 plants of the company are located in Japan 2 plants located in Korea and 15 - in other countries. Total number of employees worldwide - about 10 thousand. The NGK company constantly works over creation of new technologies, spending annually about 11% of the turn for scientific researches and development. The European technical center NGK in Ratingen (Germany), opened in 1990, with a total area of 2200 sq.m, provides the European producers of cars with any support which is required for check of engines and the chassis, imitation of a frigid climate and specialized works on the analysis of exhaust gases.
The NGK company cooperates with leading global manufacturers of cars, delivering components on assembly conveyors. Among clients of the company - Audi, Alfa Romeo, Bentley, BMW, DaimlerChrylser, Ferrari, Fiat, Ford, Honda, Jaguar, Lancia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Opel, Renault, Skoda, Toyota, Volkswagen, Kia, Hyunday, General motorsПо to NGK company data more than 87% of all global manufacturers of cars choose NGK spark plugs for the first complete set. As for the European producers, for more than 50% of all producers of BMW Group descending from conveyors, Fiat Group and VW Group cars there are NGK spark plugs.


  1. "For Outstanding Quality" (Audi)
  2. "For the Excellent Assessment of the Partner" (VW)
  3. "Gold Automobile Award for Quality" (Fiat)
  4. "The best Supplier in all Categories" (Honda UK)
  5. "Supplier Gaudas" (GM)
  6. Award "For Consecutive Success in Excellent Quality of Production" (Mazda)

NGK candle Korea
the Korean car after run was bought 35.000 owner is slightly more white decided to replace candles, unscrewed... and there are candles of HGK of production Korea!!! after nearly 40000 run at them electrodes, And any vyryvaniye of gases (a brown crown) from under a sealant on a white insulator only thoroughly burned slightly.

such there on it not a former photo - the others

Korean marking "ZFR5F-11" Odyssey

ZFR5F Hyundai VVT Article: 18829-11050 cars: Kia (Ceed) of HYUNDAI (Elantra NEW)

and the most important, that on an insulator is present white powder! ! ! if to get accustomed on a close up there is a distortion is and there is a powder.


The TagAZ company

The TagAZ company is the large Russian producer of cars. The main plant is located in the city of Taganrog. The enterprise began the work quite recently – in 1998. It was planned that its capacities have to cope with production of 180000 cars in a year. The beginning of collaboration with the Korean concern Hyundai became the first significant step in development of this brand. The first Hyundai Accent cars which the world saw in 2001 became result of cooperation. 3 years later the company mastered production of a sedan of a business class of Hyundai Sonata. In 2007 release of the Hyundai Santa Fe Classic crossover, and in a year - Hyundai Elantra XD, the S-class sedan begins. Besides, the direction of production of commercial cars gradually developed. Today the range of the cars made at plant extended even more. TagAZ still collects some Hyundai models, and also "own" models of SUVs and cars which are also license and earlier were issued in Korea under the SsangYong brand and in China under the name of Chery.


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