DL Holdings

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Daelim Industrial was established in 1939, and its E&C (Engineering & Construction) and Petrochemical Groups are the main lead of the Daelim Business Conglomerate (Chaebol).

Daelim Industrial Co., Ltd.
KRX: 000210
FoundedOctober 10, 1939; 82 years ago (1939-10-10)
HeadquartersSeoul, South Korea
Area served
Key people
Joon Y. Lee
(honorary chairman)
Hae-Wook Lee
(chairman & CEO)
ServicesCivil infrastructure,
building & housing,
energy & power plant,
petrochemical product,
EPC provider,
project financing,
IPP business
RevenueIncrease US$ 21 bln (2014)
Increase US$ 1.5 bln (2012)
Total assetsIncrease US$ 6.014 bln (2012)
Number of employees
10,000 (as of 2012)
WebsiteOfficial Website
DL Holdings
Revised RomanizationDaerim Saneop
McCune–ReischauerTaerim Sanŏp

The fields covered by Daelim Industrial as one of the top EPC Company in Asia to the Middle East include gas, petroleum refining, chemical and petrochemical, power and energy plants, building and housing, civil works, and industrial facilities.

DL Group is considered one of the top and largest chaebol companies in South Korea.

Daelim Group has 17 subsidiary companies under its umbrella, which includes Daelim Industrial (Construction Division), Daelim Industrial (Petrochemical Division), Daelim Corporation, which handles trading and import & export of petrochemical products, Daelim Motors, which manufactures motorcycles and automobile components, Korea Development Corporation a construction company, handling major projects in Korea, Samho Corporation, a construction company which also handles major Korean construction projects, Yeochun NCC, KRCC, Polymirae, Daelim Concrete, Daelim I&S, Daelim University, Daelim Contemporary Arts Museum, Ora Resorts & Country Club and GLAD Hotels Chain.


The Daelim Group of Industries started out this venture in 1962 from Gyeongsangam-do.[1]

Major experience (recent)Edit

  • Total of over 60 power projects with capacity of 50 GW and over 80 hydrocarbon & Industrial Projects throughout worldwide.
  • In 2013, Daelim was awarded with Malaysia's 3A 1200MW power plant project (US$1.2 billion) and Omani's Sohar Refinery Expansion Project (US$1 billion).

Construction projects include Sepung bridge, Geobukseon bridge, Cheong poong bridge and Brunei's Temburong Bridge.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "대림자동차". www.dmc.co.kr.

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