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Hyundai Glovis


Hyundai Glovis
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An automobile shipping company, part of the Hyundai conglomerate.

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The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Hyundai Glovis page on 6 April 2020, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Hyundai Glovis Co., Ltd. is a logistics company headquartered in Seoul, South Korea and part of the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group. Its predecessor company, Hankook Logitech Co. Ltd was formed in February 2001. Hyundai Glovis supplies ocean transportation logistics advice, cargo space, loading/unloading, and packaging services. It changed its name to Hyundai Glovis in June 2003.

The meaning of the name Glovis comes from a portmanteau that combines together the two words "Global - Vision".

Hyundai Glovis main business areas in South Korea and internationally are finished vehicles distribution by Roll-on/roll-off ocean shipping, air transportation, inland truck transportation, logistics consulting, storage, and packaging services, as well as supply chain management services. Since 2011, the company has launched an auto parts recycling business, named "OnECO," that mainly consists of distribution of reused and remanufactured auto parts.

The company fleet includes 60 Pure Car and Trucks carriers and 36 bulk carrier ships, deployed on 13 different service routes globally, specialized in the maritime transport and distribution of cargo such as automobiles, trucks, trailers, Mafi roll trailers, heavy construction machineries and further types of rolling freight.

A joint venture with Stena Line has been announced and approved by the European Commission in February 2019, for the implementation of a new cooperative short sea intra-European waters service in between the two carriers, for the sea transport of transhipment cargo.


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18 April 2017Foreign-Trade Zone 145--Shreveport, Louisiana; Application for Subzone; Glovis America, Inc.; Shreveport, LouisianaFederal Register: DoC (Andrew McGilvray)


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