Hanwha will continue to embrace bold challenges for a sustainable tomorrow.
Founded in 1952, Hanwha continues to grow by quickly anticipating and responding to rapidly changing business environments with a balanced business portfolio that includes aerospace, energy & materials, finance and retail & services. As of 2022, we are the seventh largest business enterprise in South Korea and a Fortune Global 500 company.
Hanwha has become a global leader in a number of industries due to its culture of innovation, focused on breakthrough technologies, and sound financial structures.
Business Enterprise in
Total asset basis, As of end of 2022
Years of History
Founded in 1952
As of end of June 2022
As of end of 2022
Ranking on Fortune
Global 500 in 2023
Aerospace & Defense
Energy & Materials
Construction, Retail & Services
Hanwha Aerospace's fourth additional launch of the Nuri establishes them as a leading space company in South Korea
Hanwha Systems/Hanwha Aerospace expands into the Urban Air Mobility market (UAM) globally through investment and strategic agreement with Overair, a leading UAM company in the U.S.
Hanwha Solution, selected for its excellence in the field of climate change response in CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project), a global sustainability management organization.
Hanwha Q Cells, was selected as the top brand in the solar power field in the U.S., Europe (9 consecutive years), and Australia (7 consecutive years) while becoming the market share leader in the U.S. for residential (4 consecutive years) and commercial (3 consecutive years) Solar Modules.
Galleria Department Store (Gwanggyo) won the Global No.1 'Shopping mall of the Year' of the '2021 Versailles Architecture Awards' hosted by UNESCO for the first time in Korea
Hanwha Life Insurance (Vietnam) selected as the 7th most trusted life insurance company