Hyundai Transys Inc. - Jigok Plant (Formerly Hyundai Powertech Co., Ltd.)

Company Profile

■URL

https://www.hyundai-transys.com/

■Address

958, Chungui-ro, Jigok-myeon, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea

Business Overview

-A supplier of powertrain and seats in the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group.

-Hyundai Dymos and Hyundai Powertech were merged and officially launched as Hyundai Transys on January 2, 2019. Hyundai Transys produces ATs, MTs, dual clutch transmissions (DCTs), CVTs and seats.

-Percentage of sales by destination: Korea domestic: 52%, Outside Korea: 48% (FY 2020).

-Market share in Korea (Self-reported by the Company)

Market Share
FY ended Dec. 31, 2020 FY ended Dec. 31, 2019 FY ended Dec. 31, 2018
Transmissions (Commercial vehicles) 60% 66% 68%
Axles (Commercial vehicles) 88% 87% 83%
Transmissions (Passenger cars) 59% 46% -
Axles (Passenger cars) 69% 87% 86%
Seats 46% 45% 44%

Shareholders

-Unlisted (As of Dec. 31, 2020)
Main Shareholder Investment Ratio (%)
Hyundai Motor Company 41.1
Kia Motors Corporation 40.4
Hyundai Mobis Ltd. 15.7
Total 97.2

Products

Product Major installed vehicles
MT
FWD passenger cars Pride, Verna, Avante, Sonata, i30, Tucson, Morning, K2, K3, Soul, K5, Sportage R ,Carnival
RWD passenger cars Bongo, Porter, Starex, Patriot (UAZ), SV71 (SAIC), Rodius (Ssangyong), Actyon sport (Ssangyong)
2.5 to 4 ton commercial vehicles Mighty, County, Solati
4.5 to 7 ton commercial vehicles Mega Truck
8 to 25.5 ton commercial vehicles Cargo, Tractor, Dump
City buses Aerocity, Aerotown, Unicity
Highway buses Aerocity, Universe, Granbird
Hybrid buses and trucks Blue city
DCT
7-speed DCT Accent, Avante, Veloster, Sonata, i30, i40, Tuscon, K3, Soul, K5, Carens, Sportage R
6-speed DCT Iconiq, Niro
AT
Small 4-speed, FWD Morning, Ray, Grandi10
Small 4-speed, FWD Pride, Pegas, Reina, i20
Small 6-speed, FWD K2, Forte, K3, K4, K5, Pride, Venga, Soul, Ceed, Carens, KX3, Sportage, Stonic, ix20, ix25, ix35, Avante, Mistra, Sonata
Mid-size 6-speed, FWD K3, K5, Sportage, Sorento, ix25, ix35, Tucson, Sonata
Mid-size 6-speed hybrid, FWD K9 Hybrid, Sonata Hybrid
Large 6-speed, FWD K5, Spotage, Sorento, Sonata
8-speed, FWD Carnival, Tucson, Sportage, Sonata, K7, Santa Fe
5-speed, RWD Bongo, Porter, Mohave, Starex
8-speed, RWD G70, G80, G90, Stinger, Mohave, Solati, K9 
CVT
Kappa CVT Accent, i20
IVT (Gamma CVT) K3, Avante
Axles
Rear axles for IRS SUV ix25, KX3, Creta, Santa Fe, Tucson, Sportage R, Sorento R, C575, CS95, NL-3
Rear axles for IRS Sedan G90, G80, K9, G70, Stinger
Rear axles for Banjo van/wagon Porter, Starex
Rear axles for Built-up Solati, Actyon, Actyon Sports (Ssangyong), Kyron, Rexton, CX70, G201
Front axles for IOP EQ900, G80, Chairman
Front axles for IFS SUV Mohave, Actyon, Kyron, Rexton, Rodius (Ssangyong)
For light commercial vehicles Mighty, County
For medium commercial vehicles Mega Truck
For heavy commercial vehicles Cargo, Tractor, Dump
City buses Aerocity, NEW BS106, Green City, Super Aerocity
Highway buses Aerospace, Universe, Granbird
Low-floor buses Super Aerocity
Products for 4WD
Electric transfer case Strarex, Patriot
PTU CS35, NL-3
Seats GENESIS G90, GENESIS G80, K9, GENESIS G70, Stinger

History

Mar. 2001 Incorporated.
Feb. 2002 Signed a technological collaboration contract with Jatco of Japan.
Dec. 2002 Obtained an ISO 14001 certificate.
Jan. 2003 Obtained an ISO/TS 16949 certificate.
Oct. 2003 Established the Driving Test Center.
Nov. 2003 Commenced producing the rear-wheel drive AT.
Mar. 2005 Completed building the R&D Center.
Jun. 2007 Established the Hwaseong R&D Center.
Jun. 2008 Established Powertech America, Inc. in Georgia, USA.
Oct. 2008

Commenced producing the front-wheel drive 6-speed AT.
Accumulative production of AT reached 5 million units.
Jan. 2009 Obtained an ISO 27001 certificate.
Jun. 2009 Commenced producing the HEV-CVT.
Dec. 2009 Established the US factory.
Sep. 2010 Obtained a Quality 5 Star Certificate from Hyunda-Kia Group.
Nov. 2010 Established Hyundai Powertech (Shandong) Co., Ltd. in Shandong, China.
Feb. 2011 Commenced producing the rear-wheel drive 8-speed AT.
Dec. 2011 Accumulative production of AT reached 10 million units.
Completed building the China plant.
Aug. 2012 Commenced producing the Kappa-CVT.
Sep. 2013 Completed building the second China plant.
Sep. 2014 Established Hyundai Powertech Mexico S DE RL DE CV in Mexico.
Apr. 2016 Completed production plant in Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Jan. 2019 Hyundai Dymos and Hyundai PowerTech merged to form Hyundai Transys

Supplemental Information 1

The Hyundai Motor Group's Ratio of Shareholding in Automotive Companies

(As of Dec. 31, 2020)

Name of group company

 

Company in which the company holds shares

Hyundai Motor Kia Motors Hyundai Mobis Hyundai Transys Hyundai
WIA
Hyundai
Kefico
Hyundai Motor - 33.88% - 41.13% 25.35% 100.00%
Kia Motors - - 17.24% 40.43% 13.44% -
Hyundai Mobis 21.43% - - 15.74% - -
Hyundai WIA - - - 1.88% - -
Hyundai Steel - - 5.78% - - -
Hyundai Glovis - - 0.69% - - -

Note: A figure in brackets ( ) indicates a loss

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