Sungho is a South Korean company headquartered in Gyeongju, South Korea
Sungho Group was founded by Son Myoung Ik in November 1994 as a steel scrap company known as "Daeho Steel". In 2002 Daeho Steel incorporated into "Sungho Co., LTD. By 2010 Sungho Co. was known as the largest steel scrap company in South Company supplying around 1,000,000 MT of steel scrap yearly. During the last two decades Sungho Group has diversified its business into many subsidiaries including recycling, metal abrasives, castings, automotive parts, plant, construction and a resort.
Sungho Group Wikipedia
In November 1994 Son Myoung Ik first founded Daeho Steel as a steel scrap company. During August 2002 he incorporated Daeho Steel into Sungho Co., Ltd.
In March 2006 Sungho expanded its business into construction. March 2007 Sungho Co. acquired the ISO9001 and TS16949. In January 2009 Sungho Co. acquired Taekwang Cast Iron and established it into Sungho Metal.
The construction of Sungho Resort at Gyeongju, South Korea was completed on February 2013.
Since establishment in 1978, Sungho Metal produces yearly 26,000 ton of automotive parts and various industrial items.
Since 2006, Sungho Metal distributes rebar and other steel products to construction sites. section steel
Sungho Construction is best known for its role in building many factories, apartments, and office buildings. From the year 2006 Sungho Construction completed many projects such as the Dorisa Temple, the First Introduction Site of Buddhism in Silla Period,
Established in 2015, Sungho Recycling is responsible for the stable supply of 1 million tons of steel scrap to the steel mills in South Korea.Posco
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