Dae Chang Metal, with over 60% world market share, the
company possesses the best technological skills for producing MBS (Main Bearing
Support), a core component of ship engines. With such background, 25% of its
total production is being re-exported to Japan, a nation strong in
production of component materials. Thus the company has earned recognition and
reliability from ship engine production companies around the world and shipping
classification inspection agencies.
Established in 1953, gone through various obstacles, Dae
Chang Metal was able to overcome the difficulties through technological
developments. Especially, by using artificial ceramic sand rather than normal
sand, when mending the casting frame, it allows to make a smoother surface and
reduce time & financial expenses.
In 2002, done first in the world, the company succeeded
in receiving the experimental certification of component destruction for its
K98MC Type MBS product. In addition, company was awarded for its efforts in
technology innovations as follow: 2005 it received the Prime Minister Award;
2006 chosen as a world first-class product manufacturing company; and 2008
received the presidential award.
Dae Chang Metal continues to accumulate technologies in
order to innovate excellent products and to introduce new products that fit the
needs and wants of the customers. They have finalized its cast steel product
(CYLINDER COVER, PISTON CROWN, CON ROD) development that has been produced from
its own R&D and also by governmental development supports. Currently, the
company is in development of off shore plant -use sheaves and localization of
its cast steel products.
Furthermore, other than shipbuilding plants, Dae Chang
Metal is expanding its business field by producing generator equipment
components, industrial machineries, and continuously investing in manufacturing
facilities. By the newly established Ul-Ju factory in 2009, its annual
production size has increased to 45,000t and now is preparing for refining
facilities that would allow INGOT production.