Based on ICT-based growth capacity and sound financial structure, SK holdings is focusing its capabilities to enhance the value of the Group by discovering new growth engines.
On August 1, 2015, SK holdings merged with SK C&C to be newly established as a holding company to improve the value for shareholders by securing new growth engines for the future
and improving the governance structure.
The new holding company has gained reinforce competitiveness based on a combination of
SK C&C’s ICT-based growth capacity and SK holdings’ resources and management capacity.
By fostering the top five growth areas, which include information technology (IT) services, information and communications technology (ICT) convergence, liquefied natural gas (LNG), bio/pharmaceuticals, and semiconductor materials and modules, we aim to take a step forward to our vision of attaining our revenue target of KRW 200 trillion by 2020.
Market capitalization (22-Mar-2017)
Closing stock price (22-Mar-2017)
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When was SK Holdings founded?
SK Holdings was founded in 1953.
How many employees does SK Holdings have?
SK Holdings has 4,120 employees.
Who are SK Holdings competitors?
Competitors of SK Holdings include Anik, Essar and Griffon.
Where is SK Holdings headquarters?
SK Holdings headquarters is located at 26, Seoul.
Where are SK Holdings offices?
SK Holdings has an office in Seoul.
How many offices does SK Holdings have?
SK Holdings has 1 office.
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