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Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd. history, profile and corporate video

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd. engages in the provision of water treatment, construction, and power plant projects. It operates through the following business areas: Power Generation, Water, Castings and Forgings, Construction, Material Handling Equipment, and Green Energy. The Power Generation business offers power plants, power generation equipments, and retrofits and upgrades. The Water business provides seawater desalination plants and water treatment systems. The Castings and Forgings business engages in power generation, shipbuilding, iron and steel making, petrochemical and industrial components, and mold and tool steel production. The Construction business involves in different plants, civil engineering, and architecture. The Material Handling Equipment business offers container handling cranes, bulk material handling systems, and various special cranes. The Green Energy business provides wind power, fuel cells, superconducting generator and motor, ultra super critical, integrated gasification combined cycle, post carbon capture, and oxy fuel. The company was founded on September 20, 1962 and is headquartered in Changwon, South Korea.

Doosan Heavy Industries History

  • 1962 Founded as Korea Heavy Industries and Construction Co., Ltd.
  • 1999 Integrated with several other domestic power industries
  • 2000 Became public and was listed on Korean stock market
  • 2001 Renamed Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction
Ranked first in global desalination market and selected as “Global Product”
  • 2006 Acquired Kvaerner IMGB (Currently Doosan IMGB) and Mitsui Babcock (Currently Doosan Babcock)
Established water R&D centers in Dubai (UAE) and Tampa, Florida (USA)
  • 2007 Began construction of the Doosan VINA plant (Vietnam)
  • 2009 Acquired Czech-based power systems maker Skoda Power
Doosan VINA plant completed
  • 2011 Acquired AE&E Chennai Works (Currently Doosan Chennai Works), a boiler maker in India
  • 2012 Acquired the assets of Enpure Limited, a water process engineering company in the UK to form Doosan Enpure”

*Information from Forbes.com and Wikipedia.org

**Video published on YouTube by “Doosan Equipment