Korea Herald reported that South Korean Hyundai Steel on has forged a new alliance to develop anti-flood measures that will protect its manufacturing facilities. Representatives from Hyundai Steel, Hyundai Engineering, Haejeon Industry and the Korean Society of Steel Construction signed a memorandum of understanding at a ceremony held in Hyundai Steel's steel mill in Dangjin in South Chungcheong Province. Under the partnership, the companies will develop and install anti-flood doors at its facilities in Pohang, including steel mills which suffered major damage from Typhoon Hinnamnor this year. Hyundai Steel will oversee the overall development process. Haejeon Industry will design and produce the anti-flood door, and the Korean Society of Steel Construction will examine the efficiency of the anti-flood measure. Hyundai Engineering will then install the door at Hyundai Steel’s facilities.