KCC to Lead Parts Manufacturing Market for Green New Deal Policy With Pneumatic and Hydraulic Technology

In line with the Korean government’s ‘Green New Deal’ policy announced on the 7th, KCC Co., Ltd. will embark on implementing an aggressive business strategy to dominate the market by supplying key parts for renewable energy and electric vehicles.

KCC’s B10 Series from the secondary battery production line, a core of electric vehicles, is an essence of state-of-the-art technologies developed to meet the market demand. KCC’s Pneumatic/hydraulic cylinders, grippers, air clean units, and vacuum ejectors, etc. are the parts used in the manufacturing of secondary batteries.

KCC’s key products are pneumatic/hydraulic parts including pneumatic/hydraulic cylinders used for transportation system and pneumatic solenoid, which regulates battery operation through control of the air.

The company has been supplying the products to a wide range of facilities, such as Seoul subway lines, semiconductor factories, and automotive and steel factories. This is a result of KCC investing 10–15% of its sales to R&D to achieve quality improvement of automation parts and localization of imported parts. KCC is also performing as a pioneer in the global precision processing market by exporting hydraulic cylinders and valves for subway trains to Japan.

Established in 1992, KCC began supplying overhaul materials to Yeongheung Power Division Units 3 in 2011. It then exhibited products at the power generation industry hall of Seoul International Electric Fair in 2013 and implemented the Management Supporters project and the KOEN World Class–30 project in 2014 and 2017 respectively. KCC is also participating in a project promoted by Korea South–East Power. Recently, KCC has won recognition for its technological power by being selected for the Hi Seoul, the Excellent Company Brand of Seoul certified by the Seoul Metropolitan Government and Seoul Business Agency, and as the Global Small Giant for 2020, and winning the SMEs and Startups Minister’s Award, the Trade, Industry, and Energy Minister’s Award at the Korea Precision Industry Technology Awards, and the Citation of the Chairman of Korea Packaging Machinery Association.

Dukgyu Park, CEO of KCC said, “We are seeking ways to give back to society while promoting our growth.” KCC provides educational content related to hydraulic technology through a YouTube channel, and employees are interacting with society through hosting annual charity events by inviting people with severe disabilities.