|Daejuk Factory 2||Jeonju Factory 3|
- Daejuk Factory 2
Construction of the Daejuk factory started in December 2005 with a site area of 296,300㎡ and building area of 48,130㎡ . Construction was completed in September 2007, and after through testing, the factory is now operational.
- 35, Deajuk 2(i)-ro, Daesan-eup, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea
The Daejuk Industrial Complex has invested heavily in silicone. Although most people commonly think of silicone merely as a material used in plastic surgery, silicone is used in diverse industries from the manufacturing of daily necessities to the aerospace industry. Silicone is a cutting-edge industrial material with more than 5,000 applications. It has excellent heat and weather resistance and is an outstanding electrical insulator. Used as functional material in almost every industry, silicone is comparable in importance to petroleum. The KCC Silicone Daejuk Factory 2 was built with an initial investment of 260 billion won into the Daejuk Industrial Complex. The factory’s capacity is 50,000 tons and became operational in September 2007. By 2011, a total of 650 billion won will be invested to create a 175,000 ton facility, making KCC one of the top four silicone producers in the world.
- Jeonju Factory 3
The Number 3 Jeonju factory manufactures silicones, or “oil squeezed from rock.” With a site area of 39,000 pyeong and building area of 12,000 pyeong, it is the only factory in Korea that both processes raw materials and produces finished products from silicone.
- 801, Gwahak-ro, Bongdong-eup, Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk-do, Korea
The Number 3 Jeonju factory uses its own technology to both process raw materials and produce finished products from silicone, or “oil squeezed from rock.” In the current era of high oil prices, silicone has gained attention as an ideal substitute resource. As a leader in the silicone industry, KCC Silicone is constantly improving technology and productivity to compete with multinational companies and become a top precision chemical company.