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Gunsan National Industrial Complexes 1 and 2 – Seeking Innovation Beyond Crisis
군산·군산2 국가산업단지
Gunsan National Industrial Complexes 1 and 2 are the biggest industrial complexes in the Jeonbuk region established in 1988 and 1990 as the nation’s base for developing the west coast. Machinery and transportation equipment businesses were hit hard by the relocation of Hyundai Heavy Industries in 2017 and GM Korea in 2018, but the Complexes are still leading the nation’s auto and shipbuilding industries based on advanced technologies.

An Overview of the Industrial Complex

  • Name: Gunsan National Complexes 1 and 2
  • Location: Around the seas of Soryong-dong (Complex 1) and Osik-do and Bieung-do of Gunsan, Jeonbuk (Complex 2)
  • Area
    (Unit: 1,000㎡)
    Sizes of Industrial Complexes
    Type Industrial facilities Supporting facilities Public facilities Green area Total areas
    Complex 1 5,577 99 831 321 6,828
    Complex 2 8,873 1,009 2,093 1,381 13,356

Transformation by shifting the focus from internal combustion engines to future cars:

In order to improve the environment of aged Gunsan National Industrial Complexes that have been operating over thirty-eight years and strengthen their production competitiveness, efforts are ongoing to transform the Jeonbuk Industrial Complexes 1 and 2 by shifting the focus from internal combustion engines to future cars. Gunsan National Industrial Complexes will emerge as a production base for commercial mobility and be connected with nearby Iksan General Industrial Complex 2, Wanju Science Industrial Complex, and Saemangeum National Industrial Complex to complete the innovation towards future industries.
군산·군산2 국가산업단지

Upgraded to Eco-Friendly Industrial Complexes:

Gunsan National Industrial Complexes have recently been upgrading to eco-friendly industrial complexes by promoting renewable energy generated from wind and floating solar panels. The Complexes' facilities and environment will also be improved through upgrade projects such as remodeling closed factories and building multi-purpose cultural centers, which will continue to support the growth of businesses.

* Source: (Text and photo) Korea Industrial Complex Corporation

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