QTI Companies

Manufacturing

Samsung Electronics

Samsung was founded in 1938 and is based in Seoul, South Korea. Its main products are electronic goods, such as smartphones, and semiconductors.
It is the world‘s largest IT company, consumer electronics maker, and chipmaker. Samsung is also the 2nd largest shipbuilder (2017) and has several subsidiaries such as Samsung Life insurance, Samsung Everland, and Cheil Worldwide.

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Type Public Date of Establishment March, 1938
Date of Establishment March, 1938
Main Products/Services Electronics, Semiconductors Revenue $193 billion (Electronics, 2019)
Revenue $193 billion (Electronics, 2019)
# of Employees 309,630 (2018) Market Cap. $18.4 billion (Electronics, 2019)
Market Cap. $18.4 billion (Electronics, 2019)
Headquarter location Seoul, South Korea Total assets $304 billion (Electronics, 2019)
Total assets $304 billion (Electronics, 2019)

Smartphones

Semiconductors

Televisions

The 4 main products of Samsung are smartphones, semiconductors, televisions, and DRAMs. They also provide insurance services or advertising services through their subsidiaries.

Hyundai

The Hyundai Motor Company, or Hyundai Motors, is a South Korean automobile manufacturer, founded in 1967. It produces commercial/luxury vehicles and automobile engines. It is part of the Hyundai Motor Group, along with its subsidiaries, Kia Motors and Genesis Motor.
It owns the world’s largest integrated automobile manufacturing facility which produces about 1.6 million units annually. It is ranked 189th on the Forbes Global 2000.

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Type Public Date of Establishment December, 1967
Date of Establishment December, 1967
Main Products/Services Automotive, Engines Revenue $88.7 billion (2019)
Revenue $88.7 billion (2019)
# of Employees 262,463 (2015) Market Cap. $2.67 billion (2019)
Market Cap. $2.67 billion (2019)
Headquarter location Seoul, South Korea Total assets $163 billion (2019)
Total assets $163 billion (2019)

Automobiles

Auto parts

Construction

The main products of Hyundai are automobile, steel, auto parts, and construction. Their major affiliates include the Hyundai Motor Company, Kia Motors, and Hyundai Mobis.

LG Electronics

LG Electronics was founded in 1958 as Goldstar. It was part of a larger group, Lak-hui Cehmical Industrial Corp., which is now LE Chem. Its main products are televisions, mobile phones, and home appliances.
It is the world’s 2nd largest LCD television manufacturer, with over 128 operations worldwide. It is composed of four business units: Home entertainment, Mobile communications, Home appliances, and Vehicle components.

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Type Public Date of Establishment October, 1958
Date of Establishment October, 1958
Main Products/Services Consumer electronics, Home appliances Revenue $54.39 billion (2018)
Revenue $54.39 billion (2018)
# of Employees 83,000 (2019) Market Cap. $1.306 billion (2018)
Market Cap. $1.306 billion (2018)
Headquarter location Seoul, South Korea Total assets $39.93 billion (2018)
Total assets $39.93 billion (2018)

Smartphones

Televisions

Home appliances

The main products of LG are smartphones, televisions, and home appliances. It is part of the LG Corporation and is the world’s 2nd largest LCD tv manufacturer.


Service

Naver

Naver is a online platform debuted in 1999. It is the first web portal in Korea and uses its own search engine. It is continuously launching new services, such as Knowledge iN or V Live.
It is the world’s first operator to introduce the comprehensive search feature. It provides several services such as Junior Naver, Naver Webtoon, Naver TV, and PRISM Live Studio. Recently, Naver is expanding its fintech services, such as Naver Pay.

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Type Public Date of Establishment June, 1999
Date of Establishment June, 1999
Main Products/Services Online search engine, Live streaming Revenue $5.48 billion (2019)
Revenue $5.48 billion (2019)
# of Employees 15,148 (2018) Market Cap. $330 million (2019)
Market Cap. $330 million (2019)
Headquarter location Seongnam , South Korea Total assets $10.2 billion (2019)
Total assets $10.2 billion (2019)

Search engine

Live streaming

Fintech

The main services of Naver are online search engine, live streaming, and fintech services. It is the first and largest search engine of Korea and has several subsidiaries, such as Line.

SK TELECOM

SK Telecom is a wireless telecommunications operator, founded in 1984. It is part of the SK Group and provides wireless telecom services, cellular internet, and IoT services.
It is Korea’s largest wireless carrier and the world’s first third-generation synchronized IMT-2000 cellular system provider. It is also the first carrier to commercialize the HSDPA. Its major subsidiaries are NetsGo, SK Broadband, and SK Communications.

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Type Public Date of Establishment April, 1984
Date of Establishment April, 1984
Main Products/Services Wireless telecom, Cellular internet, IoT Revenue $15.2 billion (2019)
Revenue $15.2 billion (2019)
# of Employees 20,955 (2018) Market Cap. $750 million (2019)
Market Cap. $750 million (2019)
Headquarter location Seoul, South Korea Total assets $38.6 billion (2019)
Total assets $38.6 billion (2019)

Wireless telecom

Cellular internet

IoT

The main services of SK Telecom are wireless telecom, cellular internet, and IoT. It is the largest wireless carrier of Korea and has several subsidiaries, such as SK Broadband.

Korean Airlines

Korean Air is a airline and flag carrier founded in 1969. It is part of the Hanjin KAL Corporation and is a founding member of the SkyTeam airline alliance.
It is Korea’s largest airline and flag carrier based on fleet size, international destinations and international flights. Its international passenger division and cargo division serve 126 cities in 44 countries. In 2008, they launched a LCC called Jin Air.

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Type Public Date of Establishment March, 1969
Date of Establishment March, 1969
Main Products/Services Passenger/Cargo carrier aircraft service Revenue $10.8 billion (2019)
Revenue $10.8 billion (2019)
# of Employees 19,221 (2019) Market Cap. $539 million (2019)
Market Cap. $539 million (2019)
Headquarter location Seoul, South Korea Total assets $23.3 billion (2019)
Total assets $23.3 billion (2019)

Passenger carrier

Cargo carrier

LCC (Low-Cost Carrier)

The main services of Korean Air are Passenger/Cargo carrier and LCC services. It is the largest flag carrier of Korea and launched its LCC brand “Jin Air” in 2008.