12 Days of ChrisTmas
Samsung C&T's 2019
On the first day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
built a bridge with communities
2019 was a year of reaching out to various communities, as Samsung C&T’s CSR programs rebuilt communities at home and abroad, supported children in need, fostered future talent, and opened up great fashion choices to disabled people.
The fashion trend toward diversity (Apr 29)
On the second day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
celebrated the people of C&T
Any celebration of a business is going to be a celebration of people, and this year we’ve seen glowing examples of staff excelling across Samsung C&T’s four groups – Engineering & Construction, Trading & Investment, Fashion, and Resort.
Everland’s army of entertainers (Aug 30)
On the third day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
shone on the world stage
It’s been a good year in terms of global recognition too, with Samsung C&T listed among the world’s very best companies for sustainability, diversity, and inclusion – not to mention offering world-class animal welfare at Everland and top-notch safety to the theme park’s visitors.
On the fourth day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
spurred Southeast Asia’s success story
Samsung C&T earned contracts to build an otherworldly podium structure in Kuala Lumpur, Vietnam’s first ever LNG terminal and, in South Asia, a Bangladeshi combined cycle power plant.
Building cleaner energy (Jul 25)
On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
harnessed cutting-edge technology
2019 saw the company seize the tech benefits of 5G and modular construction while we had a future vision of the hospital development business – and virtual reality attractions at Everland proved how much fun new tech can be, too!
How 5G is building the future (May 31)
Creating a hospital from scratch (Nov 18)
On the sixth day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
kept key products moving
Trading has always been an important part of the Samsung C&T story. The Trading & Investment Group’s businesses included handling millions of tons of steel products and inorganic fertilizers.
How Well Do You Know Steel? (Mar 22)
The rise and rise of petrochemicals (Dec 16)
On the seventh day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
got even greener and embraced the eco movement
A big part of being a sustainable company is encouraging efforts at all levels to adopt eco-friendly habits, and we saw some shining examples of that – staff did particularly well in Singapore, while it was great to see Samsung C&T Trading Group’s Indonesia Palm Plantation get an RSPO certification for managing its eco-friendly business.
On the eighth day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
captured some stunning memories
One of our most popular Newsroom features of 2019 was the Samsung C&T Site Photo Contest, which produced this incredible winning image from a construction site in Malaysia.
On the ninth day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
showed the world why we’re a trusted builder and fashion leader
Samsung C&T put on a good show globally this year, helping Hong Kong expand, adding to its airport portfolio, and reaching new fashion heights through KUHO, Juun.J, and Beanpole.
Why are Asian airports so good? (Aug 12)
KUHO shines on SoHo in New York (Sep 9)
On the tenth day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
rode these trends
Trends come and go, but we saw some worthwhile movements to jump aboard like mixed-use buildings, electric vehicles, slow shopping, and the Newtro craze – now that’s diversity for you!
How slow shopping beats the internet (Jun 18)
Everland brings back the old days (Nov 18)
On the eleventh day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
made a new mood for all four seasons
Korea is famous for having four distinct seasons – here are some fashion tips for each one and Everland’s transformation from spring to summer to Halloween, and then Christmas was a sight to behold!
Are you beach-ready? (Jul 17)
Everland keeps summer visitors cool (Jul 11)
A luminous journey through time (Jun 21)
On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love C&T…
had these cute moments!
Along the way, there have been moments when you just stop and sigh, “Aaaaaah…” – particularly when a group of Buddhist monk novices visited Everland for an experience none of us will forget in a hurry!