(CEO = Jungbok Lee) invited diplomatic envoys from seven countries in Korea and their families to its factory located in the southeast district of Cheonan City on the 11th, and gave them a tour of the factory along with a brief explanation of the company's current status.
On their way to Cheonan to attend the "2023 Cheonan K-Culture Fair," the diplomatic envoys group took a moment to stop by the Interpure factory, where they were guided by President Lee Jung-bok.
Interpure is a leader in the eco-friendly industry, which not only prevents various pollution caused by pig production, but also increases productivity by improving immunity and reducing mortality through sludge removal and odor removal.
In addition, we have researched, developed, and produced dozens of projects related to environmental conservation projects, especially those related to the pollution industry that are not known to the public, such as green algae removal, water pollution prevention, and acid soil prevention.
Currently, we are exporting to China, Vietnam, Indonesia, etc. and are receiving great attention in the domestic and overseas markets, so it is evaluated that the company's growth potential is very high in the future.
For his efforts, Mr. Lee was awarded the Jang Young-Sil Science Prize in 2016 and the World Luxury Brand Award in 2019.
A company that believes in and loves (?) stone goods.
The 1,000-square-meter Cheonan factory building looked nondescript and unremarkable compared to its surroundings.
However, when I entered the main gate and saw the unusual sculptures, my perception of the president changed. The business was also an unusual eco-friendly business that not many campony's was doing.
The first thing you notice is a rock (pictured) that cost 10 Billions won to buy -- an unusual look .
Is it a support stone that protects the company? The next thing I saw was a stone statue that had been dug into a small pond and set up in the shape of a human being--a lower body, a torso, and a head resting on top of the pond--a scarecrow figure that could be found in the countryside, or a tombstone at the local cathedral--a guardian statue to ward off evil spirits.
Perhaps because Samda was also born in Jeju, he had a special affinity for cognition and stones.
As you make your way around the garden and approach the side gate, you realize that the two pine trees on either side of the exit door look very odd. They're touching, as if they're reaching out and grabbing each other.
7-8 meters seems like a long distance, but when I saw the branches touching like that, I thought it also had a great meaning. Isn't it the president's management philosophy that emphasizes rapport and cooperation among company employees?
The delegation received a small souvenir from the company and a taste of pollution-free grapes grown and harvested in-house before heading to the Independence Hall culinary event.