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KOMIPO Receives 'Excellence Grade' in Evaluation of Win-Win Growth Performances
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KOMIPO Receives 'Excellence Grade' in Evaluation of Win-Win Growth Performances
  • By Lee Song-hoon
  • March 7, 2018, 02:00
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Korea Midland Power (KOMIPO) has acquired “Excellence,” the highest rating, in the evaluation of public organizations in terms of win-win growth activities for three consecutive years since 2015.
Korea Midland Power (KOMIPO) has acquired “Excellence,” the highest rating, in the evaluation of public organizations in terms of win-win growth activities for three consecutive years since 2015.

 

Korea Midland Power (KOMIPO) announced on March 6 that the company acquired “Excellence,” the highest rating in the evaluation of public organizations in terms of win-win growth activities in 2017 by the Ministry of SMEs and Startups.

KOMIPO has achieved the highest grade for three consecutive years since 2015. In 2017, among 29 companies, only five organizations including KOMIPO received the 'Excellence' grade in the mutual growth evaluation.

KOMIPO believes that receiving the top grade is attributable to the recognition of the successful implementation of the K (KOMIPO)-Jangbogo project which is a specialized brand to advance into overseas markets with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and the results of systematic win-win growth policies for SMEs in various aspects such as job creation and the sharing of fruits.

"We will continue to take the lead in SMEs’ exports through our successful overseas projects and contribute to the nation's economic development through continuous win-win growth with SMEs. I feel grateful to employees for their efforts," said Park Hyung-koo, president of KOMIPO.

The win-win growth evaluation is a system through which the Ministry of SMEs and Startups and the Foundation for Cooperation among Small and Big Business and Agricultural and Fishery Industries evaluate public institutions’ roles and efforts for win-win growth between SMEs and big companies.