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Top TV Brands Made in Mexico

History and Review

The manufacturing and assembly of televisions is now a global process. Currently, televisions can be made in more than one country.

México has a history of manufacture and assembly of consumer electronics. It produces about 20 million televisions a year. Tijuana, Baja California, along the northern border, is the city with the largest production of televisions in Mexico. Tijuana has a privileged geographical location, a long history of more than 40 years making televisions, trained human capital, and academic institutions in collaboration with the business sector. This region leads in television production.

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Television manufacturers have production plants in Tijuana, for example LG, Samsung, Sony, Sanyo, Foxconn, Sharp, Covidien, Medtronic, Gambro, Össur, Siliken, and POS that manufactures other brands such as Vizio, Insignia and Hitachi. Other manufacturers, such as Panasonic, Philips have plants in other northern border cities.

Foreign companies, including companies from the United States have assembly television panels, frames, and cards in Mexico. Television displays are also manufactured in México.

4 out of 10 televisions are produced, assembled, i.e. Made in Mexico.

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4 out of 10 televisions are produced or assembled in Mexico.

Made in Mexico.

Television Brands

The LG brand manufactures many televisions in México. Components are delivered to the assembly plants, where large assembly is carried out. LG has three plants in Mexico, in the city of Monterrey, and along the border in the cities of Mexicali and Reynosa. LG televisions are produced in only two of the plants. These LG televisions are for sale in North America. LG is the second largest television vendor and the largest LED television manufacturer in the world.

The television plant in Reynosa, in the northeastern border of Mexico increases their production to meet demand in the North American market for Black Friday and the holiday shopping season.

Under licensing, Philips’ brand televisions are manufactured by TP Vision group and Funai group. Funai is considering Mexico, and other countries, for television production. TP Vision also has factories in Mexico, and accessories for televisions are produced.

The Samsung television brand has two television manufacturing plants in México Mexico. Both are located at the northern border, in Tijuana and Reynosa. The production manufactures units with the latest technologies, including smart TVs.
These plants assemble televisions and manufacture displays for consumers in North and South America.

TCL Corporation has a full production of TCL brand televisions, from the electrical boards to screens. It has a production plant in Mexico on the northern border. The capacity of the plant in Tijuana, manufactures about 2 million TCL televisions.

A study by the National Autonomous University of Mexico found that the operations of the television industry on the border are focused on assembly, the assembly of final products and the manufacture of some components. The operations of the plants are vertically integrated companies that use foreign local suppliers for an added value of manufacturing. Interestingly, the technical resources and specialized human resources average fifteen percent within the occupational structure of the factories, while research, development and product design are performed externally.


Government of Baja California

Tab TV

National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)

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