Dreaming of becoming the best at the center of the Korean machinery industry.
The Incheon Plant, built on Hwasu-dong, Dong-gu, Incheon, through a reclamation project of the 1930s, began the mass production of engines in 1958, the first in Korea. The company set up the largest diesel engine plant in Asia in 1975 and constructed Korea's first large-scale excavator plant in 1977 with an annual production capacity of over 8,400 units of heavy and medium excavators. In 2012, a compact diesel engine plant was also built.
The Gunsan Plant, located in North Jeolla Province, was built in the Gunsan Industrial Complex in October, 2010 and manufactures large construction equipment including heavy excavators and wheel loaders. The 125,000 square meter-sized plant on 610,000 m² of land produces and provides 6 types of large excavators as heavy as 34~70t and 4 types of 3~5m²-sized wheel loaders to every corner of the world.
Doosan Infracore China Co., Ltd.
DIC, established in Yantai in 1994, produces 19 types of excavators & has offered locally customized products/services based on its philosophy of 'Create Beautiful and Happy China.' Its accumulated production has exceeded 120,000 units, the first in China.
DISD (Doosan Infracore Shandong Co., Ltd.)
Yantai Shandong, China
Doosan Infracore acquired Shandong Yantai Yuhua Machinery in 2007, built a new factory and thus established DISD Loader Factory. Bringing together Korea loader design elite team and Korea advanced technology, the factory strives to make itself a leader with advanced R & D environment in the loader industry.
DIEU (Doosan Infracore Europe)
Frameries · Waterloo, Belgium
Doosan Infracore Europe is headquartered in Waterloo, Belgium. About 65km southwest of the city is the Frameries Plant, Doosan Infracore's first overseas factory targeting global markets. It produces special equipment such as blasting machines, material handlers and railway machines as well as large excavators.
DIN (Doosan Infracore Norway)
Doosan Infracore Norway (DIN), headquartered in Molde, Norway, was set up through DI's acquisition of Moxy that developed the world's first Articulated Dump Trucks (ADT) and has ADT-related source technologies. DIN owns Scandinavia's largest welding robots for manufacturing frames and bodies.
DISA (Doosan Infracore South America)
Factory was built in city of Americana, state of São Paulo with 120,000m2 total. This is the first factory in Latin America which has over 2,000 units of annual capacity of construction equipment. Now DISA offers excavator, wheel loader, Skid Steer Loader and portable power to Brazil.
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