Hyundai Motor Company Ltd

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Hyundai Motor Company Ltd

South Korea

Company's website:

T: +82 234641114

Public company (KSE: 005380)

Contact: Mr. Chung Mong-Koo, President and CEO

South Korean automobile manufacturer. The leading automaker in the country and fourth largest worldwide.

Тед Каннис
Chung Mong-Koo, President of Hyundai Motor Group
(at the opening of St. Petersburg plant)
This year we celebrate a landmark event – opening of our plant in Russia. This is the first full-cycle plant in Russia. Working with eleven Korean car part vendors, Hyundai Motor Company will create 5,300 new jobs in St. Petersburg by 2012 and contribute to the progress in Russia’s automotive industry by developing and supporting local manufacturers of automotive components.
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History in Russia

1992 – The first dealership opened in Russia

2001 – Tagaz plant released the first Hyundai Accent. The plant’s product range includes Hyundai Accent, Elantra XD, Sonata, Santa Fe Classic and Porter.

September 2007 – Hyundai signed an agreement with the Russian Ministry of Economic Development, Industry and Trade stipulating industrial assembly of cars in the Russian Federation.

June 2008 – Groundbreaking ceremony for the auto plant of LLC Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Rus held in Kamenka Industrial Zone (St. Petersburg).

September 2010 – Ceremonial opening of the Russian plant with participation of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.

January 2011 – Manufacture of Hyundai Solaris cars launched in Russia.

April 2012 – The plant released 200 thousand Hyundai Solaris cars.

March 2013 – Avtotor (Kaliningrad Region) started assembling Hyundai automobiles.

August 2014 – Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Rus plant received Quality Award from the Government of the Russian Federation.

Hyundai Motor and JSC IzhAvto are negotiating to use the enterprise in Udmurtia for the production of a number of car models.

Investments in Russia
Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Rus

The sixth Hyundai Motor Company plant abroad and the company’s first industrial plant in Russia.
Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Rus is a full production cycle plant. The plant’s manufacturing process includes the stamping of large panels, welding, painting and the assembly of the finished car parts.

Investments – over $600 million
Over 2,200 employees
City – St. Petersburg


Investments – over $520 million
Model range – Hyundai i40, Equus, Kia Cerato