- Partnership will undertake new cooperative projects focused on the transition to clean mobility and carbon reduction
- Partners plan to establish new type of service channels overseas and start to cooperate on energy supply business expansion into EV and FCEV charging services
- The partnership is extended until 2026, having started from 2005
GO ECO GREEN21. SEOUL– Hyundai Motor Company today signed a new five-year Global Business Cooperation Agreement with Royal Dutch Shell plc, the international energy company known as Shell — but this time with a clean mobility twist.
“This time around we will join forces to drive positive change with clean mobility solutions that benefit all,” said Un Soo Kim, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Operations Division of Hyundai Motor Company. “With Shell, we will be securing our competitiveness within the automotive industry, continuing our transition as a smart mobility solution…
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