Surplus Global snatching the 100 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize at the 58th Trade Day
Tenfold export growth in ten years since the 10 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize in 2011
SurplusGLOBAL (www.SurplusGLOBAL.com), a world-class second-hand semiconductor equipment trader, announced that it received the 100 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize at the 58th Trade Day ceremony on the 6th. The Export Tower Award is awarded on Trade Day on December 5 every year according to the export performance of companies contributing to export growth despite difficult economic conditions.
In addition, at the ceremony, SurplusGLOBAL CEO Jeong-woong Kim received the Industrial Medal, and Executive Director Byeong-do Park received the Presidential Citation, respectively.
Since winning the 1 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize in 2003, SurplusGLOBAL has established overseas branches and increased the export volume. It received the 5 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize and the Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy Citation on Trade Day in 2007; the 10 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize in 2011; the 20 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize in 2012; the 30 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize and the President's Award in 2015; the 50 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize after being listed on KOSDAQ in 2017; and the 70 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize in 2018.
SurplusGLOBAL's CEO Kim commented, "After receiving the 10 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize in 2011, we recorded a 10-fold increase in export in 10 years, becoming a 100 Million Dollar Export Tower Prize winner this year. We will contribute to the national exports by building a world-class platform for legacy parts and R&D foundry based on our second-hand semiconductor equipment platform.”
Surplus Global has traded over 40,000 second-hand semiconductor equipment with more than 4,000 companies for 22 years since its establishment in 2000. Following the construction of the semiconductor equipment cluster in Yongin in August, the Company opened a new era with a new corporate building. So far, the Company operates overseas subsidiaries in China, the United States, Japan, Taiwan, and Singapore. In September, the Company expanded its first overseas semiconductor equipment warehouse in Taiwan to expand its global network, giving an impetus to sustainable management.