China’s TCL opens its new smart manufacturing base in Tirupati, India

The company plans to pour Rs 22 billion and employ about 8,000 people in the new industrial park

Chinese electronics major, TCL has recently inaugurated its first integrated smart manufacturing industrial park in Tirupati, India. The plant will reportedly be TCL’s largest production base outside China and will utilize the region’s localized manufacturing knowhow as part of its long-term strategy in the country and the ‘Make in India’ movement.

Sources close to the matter state that the industrial park will consist of two major manufacturing facilities including a panel module factory, being the firm’s first production unit outside China. The unit will be owned by TCL’s panel arm, CSOT (Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd.).

Reportedly, the plant will manufacture displays for mobile phones and TVs, with a production capacity of 30 million 3.5-inch to 8-inch mobile screens and 8 million 22-inch to 55-inch TV screens a year and will commence production in February 2020. In addition, the park will also include a smart TV manufacturing facility, owned by the TV arm, TCL Electronics, which will produce 6 million 32-inch to 65-inch TV sets a year, anticipated to begin production in December 2019, cite sources.

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