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II. Core Value
2. Value Creation
1. Macroeconomic factors
2. Industrial factors
3. Firm-specific factors
Hanjin Shipping was born through the 1988 merger between Hanjin Container Lines (HJCL) and Korea Shipping Corporation (KSC). Since then, Hanjin Shipping has broadened its operation and service offerings to global marine transport. Hanjin has steadily diversified its business by introducing new vessels and developing logistics operations in key service areas. Steadily expanding its business by introducing new vessels and developing logistics operations in key service areas, Hanjin Shipping operates 145 vessels that cover 80 major ports in 35 countries. Additionally, the Company operates 11 dedicated terminal facilities. Its 200 offices and third-party agents are spread across 53 countries.
Hanjin Shipping and its subsidiaries, Keoyang Shipping, Senator Lines and CyberLogitec, are working together to make a major contribution to global marine transport. For the service dedication, Hanjin has received various awards presented by the world`s renowned shippers and eminent research organizations that include the "Carrier of the Year" by Target Corporation, the "Carrier Service Excellence Award" by Owens Corning, and the "Best E-business Website" by the Korea Maritime Association.
By providing efficient, high quality service, Hanjin demonstrates its total commitment to customer satisfaction. Deposit its short history, strategic investments to establish main trunk routes, dedicated terminals and a strong infrastructure have provided the bedrock for Hanjin Shipping’s phenomenal growth.