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  • 2024
    Jan. 26
    Opened a Hydrogen Reduction Ironmaking Development Center
    Fab. 28
    Mr. Si-woo Lee took office as the CEO
    Mar. 21
    Mr. In-hwa Chang took office as the 10th Chairman of POSCO Group
  • 2023
    Jan. 19
    Fully restored Pohang Steelworks in just 135 days after the overflow of Naengcheon stream put the steelworks underwater
    Jun. 1
    Launched six subsidiaries specializing in maintenance
    Jul. 3
    Celebrated the 50th anniversary of the completion of the first phase of the Pohang works
    Jul. 13
    Declared a new vision, “Better World with Green Steel”
    Oct. 19
    Completed the first phase of Hagang Pohang Plant, a joint venture with Hebei Iron and Steel in China
    Nov. 29
    Completed the construction of Hyper NO (non-oriented electrical steel sheet) Plant at Gwangyang Steelworks
    Dec. 18
    Named the world’s most competitive steelmaker for 14 consecutive years by the World Steel Dynamics
  • 2022
    Mar. 2
    Spin off of the steelmaking operation, Mr. Hag-dong Kim took office as the Vice Chairman
    Mar. 16
    Carbon Neutrality Committee launched Green Steel Technical Advisory Group
    Jun. 10
    Blast Furnace No. 4 Blow-in at Gwangyang Steelworks to begin the third campaign
    Nov. 1
    Launched Greenate, a carbon net-zero master brand
  • 2021
    Jan. 12
    Became the first Korean company to introduce a fair trade compliance certification - POSCO Compliance Program (PosCP)
    Jan. 27
    Launched e Autopos, a green mobility solution brand
    Mar. 31
    Unveiled Park1538, a cultural park featuring diverse attractions
    Jul. 21
    Hosted the Corporate Citizenship Symposium
    Nov. 18
    Held an unveiling ceremony for Space Walk (Korea's largest and longest sculptural walkway)
    Dec. 28
    Became the first Korean steelmaker to obtain Good Recycled Product (GR) certification for its stainless steel products
    Dec. 29
    Furnace No. 1 Blow-out at Pohang Steelworks (Jun. 8, 1973 - Dec. 29, 2021 / 48 years and 6 months / approx. 55.2M tons produced)