Technical Visits

FISITA 2016 Technical Visits are to introduce Korea’s finest automotive R&D facilities and cultural heritages.

Please see below for detailed information.

- FISITA 2016 participants can apply for this complimentary programme.

- Up to 120 participants can apply for this programme and it will be on a first-come first-serve basis.


Itinerary Fare
30 September
8:00 BEXCO Free
9:30-11:00 Ulsan Daewangam Park
11:30-12:45 Lunch
13:00-14:20 Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant
15:00-16:00 Ulsan Seonam Lake Park
17:00 BEXCO


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Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant

As Hyundai Motor’s main production facility, the Ulsan Plant is comprised of five independent plant facilities on a land spanning 5,000,000 square meters. The plant is the world’s largest single automobile plant and employs over 34,000 personnel to produce an average of 5,600 vehicles a day. The plant has its own port, where up to three 50,000-ton vessels can anchor simultaneously. It has its own fire station, hospital, and patrol cars, all within the compound.

Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant is nestled among 580,000 trees and equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to preserve the environment, such as a waste water disposal plant. The plant tour offers a great opportunity for visitors to experience the manufacturing process of Hyundai Motors, which is emerging as a global car brand.


For more information about Technical Visits, please contact the Secretariat.

Ms. Soojung Lee

• Telephone: +82-2-6288-6344

• Fax: +82-2-6288-6399

• E-mail:

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Important dates

Technical Session

13 May 2016
Deadline for manuscript
31 July 2016
Deadline for final papers
26-30 September 2016
FISITA 2016 World Automotive Congress

Interactive Progress Session

19 August 2016
Interactive Progress Session - Deadline for Abstracts
25 August 2016
Interactive Progress Session - Notification to authors
26 August 2016
Interactive Progress Session - Deadline for PowerPoint Presentation Submission

Organised by

  • KSAE

Supported by

  • Ministry of Environment, Korea
  • Busan Metropolitan City
  • Korea Tourism Organization
  • Busan Tourism Organization