|Traded as||SEHK: 903, SGX: TPV|
|Headquarters||Hong Kong, China|
|Key people||Jason Hsuan (Chairman and CEO)|
|Products||Computer monitors, LCD TVs|
|Revenue||$9.2 billion |
|Operating income||$153 million |
|Net income||$97.58 million |
TPV Technology Limited (informally TPV) (Chinese: 冠捷科技; pinyin: Guànjié Kējí) is a multinational electronics manufacturing company headquartered in Hong Kong, China. It is the world’s largest manufacturer of computer monitors. TPV designs and produces a full range of CRT and TFT LCD monitors as well as LCD TVs for distribution globally. It sells its products under its own AOC and Envision brands, and is also an original design manufacturer for other companies.
In September 2005, TPV Technology acquired part of Philips' monitor and entry-level flat screen TV business, making it the largest display manufacturer in the world. In March 2008, TPV acquired a business operation from Chi Mei Optoelectronics Corporation.
In April 2011, TPV Technology and Philips agreed to form a Netherlands-based television manufacturing joint venture comprising all of Philips' television operations, and owned 70% by TPV Technology and 30% by Philips. Creation of the joint venture, named TP Vision, was completed in April 2012.
TPV Technology manufactures CRT monitors, LCD monitors & LCD TVs. TPV has a total production capacity of 6.1 million monitors in a month. TPV has five factories in China, two factories in Europe and two in Brazil and sells its products worldwide.
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