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Hyundai Merchant to Hire 220 Hanjin Employees

January 11, 2017

Photo: Hanjin Shipping

Photo: Hanjin Shipping

 As many as 220 former Hanjin Shipping employees could be set to start work at Hyundai Merchant Marine. The South Korean carrier has already hired 131 employees including onshore, offshore, overseas staffs and ship managers.

 
Moreover, HMM will also recruit 41 additional ex-Hanjin’s employees including offshore staff and assign them to the tasks next month. Then, HMM will acquire total 172 of Hanjin’s workforce of next month.
 
In addition, HMM also plans to rehire the maximum of 40~50 additional Hanjin’s offshore staff to fit in with expansion HMM plans by acquiring additional vessels. Its move will bring the total rehired staff number up to around 220 .
 
HMM CEO, C.K. Yoo said “We acquire the best shipping workforce via 1:1 interview. We will fully support Hanjin’s workforce to help them quickly adapt and adjust into HMM’s corporate culture and come into their own."
 
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