INTRODUCTION

 

KOPIA(Korea Plant Industry Association) help new investors enable to carry out their project feasibility study by application of necessary funds in collaboration with Korean suppliers or manufacturers. As introduced in KOPIA's information concerned in home page-www.kopia.or.kr, the most approvable projects and countries to be funded by KOPIA are process-based plants or industrial plants, and under developing countries but with reserving a plenty of natural resources for further cooperation with Korea. Refer to typical projects records to be funded as of date.

 

Also such projects should be practically of high possibility of implementation when it proves feasible. If you can find any potential clients or their projects to require such project feasibility study, please let us contact him and then Hyubwoo will arrange all necessary procedures to carry out FS and also look forward to closely working with you from project development to implementation..  

 

HYUBWOO always is ready to cooperate with you. And we wait for brief project information from you, when you need feasibility study before actual investment.

 

                 TYPICAL PROJECT RECORDS TO BE FUNDED (AS OF DATE)

 

Year

Projects

Country

2005

32MW Hydropower Plant

Philippines

 

Rolling Stock Depot

Bangladesh

 

Soft Drink Manufacturing Plant

Philippines

 

Coal-fired Thermal Power Plant

Bangladesh

 

Cement Plant-220milliont/year

Jordan

2008

Food Processing Plant

Egypt

 

Coal-fired Thermal Power Plant-300MW

Kazakhstan

 

Bio-ethanol Plant

Philippines

2009

Submersible Pump Manufacturing Plant

Kazakhstan

 

Pipe Manufacturing Plant-200ton/day

Saudi Arabia

 

Biomass Thermal Power Plant

Indonesia

 

22MW Wind Power Plant

Thailand

 

Woodchip Biomass Power Plant

Chile

2010

Geothermal Power Plant-10MW

Indonesia

 

Mogol Solar Power Plant

Mongol

 

Potable Water Treatment Plant

Philippines

 

CNG Charging Plant

Kazakhstan

 

Municipality Garbage Treatment Complex

Turkey

 

PVC Additives Manufacturing Plant

Saudi Arabia

 

 
Korea Plant Industries Association (KOPIA) is pleased to announce the availability of financial support for feasibility studies on promising plant projects around the world.
KOPIA helps foreign project sponsors access Korean expertise in the planning and development of high priority plants and seeks to identify projects that promote development and represent an opportunity for the application of Korean products, technology and services during the implementation phase.
This initiative reflects Korea s policy to pursue win-win economic cooperation with developing countries and to facilitate the overseas business of capable Korean plant industries.
The Korea Plant Industries Association (KOPIA) (www.kopia.or.kr) provides grant funding for studies to determine the environmental, technical, economic, and financial feasibility of projects at an early stage in developing and middle income countries.
KOPIA funds feasibility studies, conducted by Korean companies, to get the Korean private sector in on the ground floor of projects that have the potential of generating significant exports of Korean goods and services. It makes available up to US$200,000 per feasibility study to cover 50% of the total cost.

We recommend that potential proposers familiarize themselves with KOPIA's mission, funding criteria and procedures, and discuss the project with a KOPIA representative prior to the proposal. The KOPIA website (www.kopia.or.kr) has a significant amount of information to assist interested parties.
Additional resource information on KOPIA's past activities and current events can be obtained by contacting KOPIA.
Studies to Be Funded
 
One feasibility study per overseas plant project
Proposer shall be able to execute the F/S under MOU with project sponsor or L0I requesting Korean companies to perform the F/S. Whether negotiation base or open tender, proposer has very significant export potential in the project covered by the executed F/S.
For wide range of projects
Power, oil & gas, telecom, petrochemical, off-shore, desalination, cement, steel making, environment, material-handling, and other industrial plants.