Hyundai Motor (SEO:A005380)

QUOTE AND NEWS
New York Times  Jan 22  Comment 
The South Korean carmaker sought to appease shareholders angered by a $10 billion property buy; the company also posted a 19 percent decline in fourth-quarter profit.
Wall Street Journal  Jan 22  Comment 
Hyundai Motor’s fourth-quarter net profit fell 22%, hurt by a weak performance in Russia and the use of higher sales incentives to protect its U.S. market share.
Wall Street Journal  Jan 22  Comment 
Yahoo  Jan 22  Comment 
Hyundai Motor Co announced its biggest-ever dividend on Thursday to appease shareholders angered by a $10 billion property buy, but the payout failed to distract investors from growth prospects clouded by declines in the rouble and yen. Earlier in...
Automotive World  Jan 21  Comment 
First overseas Hyundai Motorstudio brand showroom Multi-space experience provides visitors with immersive Hyundai experience Hyundai Motor has officially opened today the Hyundai Motorstudio Moscow, the first new overseas brand space and also...
Bloomberg  Jan 16  Comment 
Hyundai Ordered to Count Bonuses in Base Salary A South Korean court ordered Hyundai Motor Co. to include regular bonuses as part of base wages for some employees, a move that...
Automotive World  Jan 13  Comment 
Sonata Plug-in Hybrid, Hyundai Motor’s first of its kind, makes its debut Convention-shattering Santa Cruz concept shows Hyundai Motor’s fresh take on the sport truck concept Hyundai Motor Company, the fastest-growing automaker by brand,...
Financial Times  Jan 13  Comment 
Failure to sell shares thwarts Hyundai Motor succession plans
Wall Street Journal  Jan 12  Comment 
Chung Mong-koo, the chairman of Hyundai Motor, and his oldest son Chung Eui-sun are selling a total of 5.02 million shares, raising US$1.25 billion from the sale of a stake in the car group’s logistics arm.
Clusterstock  Jan 6  Comment 
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Hyundai Motor Group, the world's fifth-largest automaker, said on Tuesday it would spend $73 billion over four years on expanding capacity, building new headquarters and developing new vehicles. The country's...
Automotive World  Jan 2  Comment 
Hyundai Motor Company, South Korea’s largest automaker, reports its domestic and overseas sales results for December and full year 2014. December 2014 Results...




 
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Business Overview

Automaker Hyundai Motor (SEO:A005380) is the largest car manufacturing company in Korea. In Korea automobile market, Hyundai Motor occupied over 50% of domestic market share with over 0.7 million car sale in FY2009. Hyundai motor group also runs another car manufacturing company named Kia Motors (SEO:A000270). Those two companies took over 80% of domestic market share in Korea.In Global market, Hyundai motor recorded 5.2% of market share and $2.9 billion of sales.

Hyundai Motor has expanded their market. Hyundai Motor is growing their market share in U.S market. Besides, In India market, Hyundai motor ranked in second position with sales of 600,000 units. Except mentioned two markets, Hyundai motor is doing well in Foreign markets.

In FY2010, Hyundai motor recorded sales of $334 billion and net profit of $47.8 billion. In both Global and domestic market, Hyundai motor posted a total of 1.7 million units sold in FY2010.


Business and Financial Metrics

2008 to 2009

Unit sold: Hyundai recorded a total of 1.66 million units sold in FY2008 compare to 1.61 million units in FY2009, there was decrease of %

Sales: With decreased of 1.03% of sales Hyundai posted sales of $290 billion in FY2009, compared to sales of $292 billion in FY2008, $2 billion was decreased.

Net Profit: Hyundai recorded net profit of $13.1 billion in FY2008, but in FY2009 recorded net profit of $26.9 billion which was more than 2 times larger than net profit of 2008. There was growth of 104.54% of net profit in FY2009 compare to FY2008.


2009 to 2010

Unit sold: Hyundai recorded increase of 7.3% with 1.73 million units sold in FY2010 compare to 1.61 million units sold in FY2009.

Sales: Hyundai made sales of $334 billion in FY2010 with increase of 15.41% compare to sales of $290 billion in FY2009.

Net Profit: Hyundai posted growth of 77.8% in FY2010. In former FY, Hyundai recorded net profit of $26.9 billion which was double of net profit of FY2009.In FY2010 Hyundai made net profit of $47.8 billion.



Annual Financial Data FY2008 FY2009 FY2010
Sales$292 billion $290 billion $334 billion
Net Profit$13.1 billion $26.9 billion $47.8 billion
Unit Sold1.66 million units 1.61 million units 1.73 million units

Business Segment

Automobiles

Sales by model

Sales by model, Units FY2008 FY2009 FY2010
Domestic570,116 units 701,469 units657,897 units
Export1,098,639 units910,522 units1,072,799 units
Total1,668,755 units1,611,991 units1,730,696 units

Markets

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Sales in India
Export by Region, Units FY2008 FY2009 FY2010
North America281,539 units 296,925 units287,796 units
Europe317,621 units57,773 units104,298 units
Asia/Pacific107,982 units145,393 units169,771 units
Others391502 units410,431 units510,934 units


-US market

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-Europe market

-Asia market

Trends and Forces

Competitive Price

Commodity price

  1. Steel :
  2. Aluminum :

Commodity price takes up % of car manufacturing cost. So naturally car price is affected by variation of commodity price. Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade announced if price of raw materials goes up by 10%, car manufacturing cost will goes up 0.68%. Since 2010, price of raw materials have been rosed with average 30%. It is expected that car manufacturing companies are forced to raise car price or lose their revenue.

Competition

Within US

Nissan

Nissan has relatively same market share as Hyundai in U.S market. Nissan and Hyundai are now in the race to No.2 Asian automaker following TOYOTA.

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Domestic

KIA motors

-Hyundai motor and Kia motor are two different car manufacturing companies from one mother company name Hyundai motor Group. Traditionally, Hyundai motor took over the half of Korean domestic automobile market share, but KIA motor had chased Hyundai motor with K-series. Based on Oct, 2010, Hyundai motor recorded 47.2% of market share and KIA motor recorded 32.5% of market share. This is different look of market share of year-before data which showed 66.5% of Hyundai motor market share and 27.5% of KIA motor market share.

Blue is Hyundai, Green square is Kia
Blue is Hyundai, Green square is Kia

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