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Companies & Business Environment

Companies & Business Environment

Being a suburb closely situated near major cities in South Gyeongnam Province, having Gimhae International Airport in the immediate viscidity and having major transport networks like the Namhae Expressway, Jungbu Naeryuk Expressway, Gyeongjeon Railroad Line as well as many national highways and local roads running through the county, Haman has far more advantageous transport conditions than other regions in central, South Gyeongsang Province. On this account, every year, the number of startups are growing and more companies based in Masan and Changwon are expanding businesses to Haman County.

About 22,561 employees in 2,098 small and medium enterprises are producing various industrial and household commodities in Haman County and having superior geographical and transportation conditions compared to other regions, the number of small and medium enterprises are growing every year. To further invigorate the regional economy and to resolve any difficulties that enterprises might experience, Haman County is not only working on increasing business funding for those enterprises annually but it is actively involved in recruiting more workforce, building advanced facilities and equipments, promotion, information sharing as well as in exchanges with foreign companies.

Companies by Number of Employees (as of end of 2014)

Companies by Number of Employees (as of end of 2014)
Category Total less than 50 51~100 101~300 more than 300
Number of Companies 2,098 2,042 24 28 4
Number of Employees 22,561 14,930 1,688 4,159 1,784

By Year

Number of Companies and Employees by Year

2001 : 752(10,875) / 2002 : 768(11,820) / 2003 : 796(12,149) / 2004 : 989(13,244) / 2005 : 1,108(13,277) / 2006 : 1,515(19,166) / 2007 : 1,600(19,621) / 2008 : 1,699(20,121) / 2009 :1,816(20,706) ~ 2014 : 2,098(13,277)

Moreover, the number of plants is increasing every year but to control environmental problems and use lands more efficiently, Haman County is trying to limit construction of independent plants and instead promote establishment of plants within planned and controlled industrial complexes.