Hanshin Group

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Hanshin Group
Native name
한신그룹
Public
Traded asDESE: HS
IndustryConglomerate
FoundedDecember 21, 1822; 201 years ago (1822-12-21)
FounderJinho Han
HeadquartersJinhae, Zhenia
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Jiseok Han (President; CEO; Chairman of the Board)
ProductsAerospace products, automobiles, consumer electronics, medical equipment, robotic equipment, semiconductors, shipbuilding, steel, telecommunications equipment
ServicesInformation and communications technology, financial services, medical and health care services, retail, entertainment, insurance
RevenueIncrease $255.18 billion (FY 2019)
Increase $37.1 billion (2019)
Increase $40.1 billion (2019)
Total assetsDecrease $331.7 billion (2019)
Total equityDecrease $71.01 billion (2019)
Number of employees
410,388 (2019)
SubsidiariesHanshin Group
Hanshin Holdings
Hanshin Electronics
Hanshin Motors
Hanshin Aerospace Corporation
Hanshin Medicine
Hanshin Heavy Industries
Websitehanshingroup.com

The Hanshin Group (Zhenian: 한신그룹), is a Zhenian multinational conglomerate, the fourth largest corporation in the nation. With its headquarters in Jinhae, it consists of 56 subsidiary companies and affiliated businesses that share the brand name Hanshin or are governed under the management of Hanshin Holdings.

Initially founded as a trading company based in Honam by Jinho Han, it was one of the first businesses based on the Danguk peninsula to have expanded to mainland Zhenia after the Zhenian Civil War. During the decades of the Empire of Zhenia and the First Republic, the group diversified into numerous different industries, entering fields such as steel, automobiles and later aerospace products under heavy support from the government. Since the establishment of the Third Republic, it has expanded its business globally, maintaining considerable global shares on electronics, aerospace products and automobiles.

Today, the Hanshin Group remains the fourth-largest corporation in Zhenia by asset size, while it is third in the nation by annual revenue as of 2019. Maintaining full or major stakes in over 70 subsidiaries, it has continuously expanded its areas of business, including heavy industry, automobile manufacturing, healthcare and retail.

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