Kwon Moon-sik, newly named president and CEO of Hyundai Autron, has strong background in automotive electronics.
The Hyundai Motor Group has a new electronics subsidiary called Hyundai Autron that will specialize in developing vehicle electronic-control systems. The emphasis will be on automotive semiconductors, which Korean auto makers Hyundai and Kia currently buy from Infineon Technologies. The company has facilities in Germany, Japan, Singapore and the U.S. The new Hyundai subsidiary takes over the operations of Hyundai Carnes, located in Namyang, which was founded as a 50/50 joint venture ...
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