GLOBAL DIVISION

Based on the more than six decades of our accumulated experience and knowledge,
we are proud to be your reliable business partner that puts safety and quality above all else.

Having succeeded in the development and
local production of the nation's first dynamite in 1952,
we have supplied safe and high-quality explosives
and initiation systems to various domestic industries.

Our proven technical competence and expertise accumulated for over sixty years have been the driving forces behind our vertically integrated
business model that spans the manufacturing and distribution of raw materials for explosives, industrial explosives, and
cladding materials to diverse explosives application services such as drilling, blasting, demolition, and fireworks and further to global mining services.

With our the highest priority we place on safety and quality, Hanwha Corporation/Explosives offer products and services that
satisfy the specific needs of our customers, as a reliable business partner helping to build a better future together with our customers
in the Republic of Korea, Indonesia, Central Asia, Australia, Latin America, and North America.

2019
Launched Hanwha Mining Services USA
Won a contract to supply explosives to Middle East(30 billion Won)
Began manufacturing HiTRONIC II electronic detonators
Construction of double wall type Ammonia Storage Tank, Yuldo
2018
Manufactured torches for 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics Games
2015
Built additional Ammonium Nitrate production facilities
2014
Launched Hanwha Mining Services Australia and Chile
2013
Launched Hanwha Mining Services Indonesia
Began manufacturing HiTRONIC I electronic detonators
2012
World first explosive demolition of 14 continuous silos(Korea Mokpo Milling Plant)
Won a contract to supply non-electric detonators to Indonesia(24 billion Won)
2009
Established Hanwha Historical Museum
2006
Relocated the industrial explosives plant from Incheon to Boeun
2005
Performed fireworks promotion in Busan Fireworks Festival
Constructed Onsan Plant
2004
Stopped production of black powder
2002
Stopped production of KoVEX
2000
Began to perform in Seoul International Fireworks Festival
1998
Stopped production of fuse and industrial blasting cap
1997
Started inflator business(1997 to 2015)
Started cladding business(1997 to 2019)
Constructed a LAN plant
1993
Began manufacturing non-electric detonators
Began mass production of emulsion explosives
1992
Adopted new company name “Hanwha”
1991
Constructed Yuldo Ammonia storage facilities
Performed the first explosive demolition in Korea
1988
Manufactured Olympics torches for 1988 Olympics Games
1986
Performed fireworks in the 10th Seoul Asian Games closing ceremony
Manufactured torches for 1986 Asian Games
1984
Began manufacturing KoVEX
1981
Began manufacturing slurry explosives
Jonghee Kim Honored by Gold Tower Order of Industrial Service Merit
Began manufacturing explosives for controlled blasting
1978
Began manufacturing electric MS delay detonators
1976
Began manufacturing Picric acid
Began manufacturing detonating cords
1975
Began manufacturing vessel signal flash
1972
Began manufacturing black powder
1968
Began manufacturing PETN
1966
Began manufacturing Ammonium Nitrate Fuel Oil explosives
1963
Began manufacturing DDNP
1959
Began manufacturing non-delay detonator
1958
Began manufacturing explosives for fireworks
Became the second dynamite manufacturing company in Asia
1956
Began manufacturing Ammonium Nitrate explosives, fuses and industrial blasting caps
1955
Acquisition of Incheon Explosives Plant
1952
Founded Korea Explosives Inc
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