Tsinghua Tongfang

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Tsinghua Tongfang Co., Ltd.
Company typePublic; State-owned enterprise
SSE: 600100
IndustryInformation technology, energy, environment
Area served
China, United States
Key people
Chairman: Mr. Rong Yonglin
OwnerChina National Nuclear Corporation; Tsinghua Holdings
Tongfang laptop

"Tsinghua Tongfang Co., Ltd., a state-owned enterprise headquartered in Beijing, China, operates in various sectors including consumer electronics, information technology, and energy and environmental industries. Its information technology segment covers a range of areas such as information systems, application systems, digital television systems, and web applications. In the energy and environmental sector, the company focuses on environmental protection and energy conservation. Internationally, Tsinghua Tongfang distributes televisions across North America, Europe, and Australasia, marketing them under several brand names, including Seiki Digital, Element Electronics, and Westinghouse Digital."

Tsinghua Tongfang was established in 1997 and listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange at the same year. In 2019, China National Nuclear Corporation became the controlling shareholder of Tsinghua Tongfang.[1]

Tsinghua Tongfang manufactures its own in-house brand of televisions under the brand THTF.[2]


Tongfang builds industry chains with focus on two major business: information industry and energy environment industry. This mainly includes the production and service of products like PCs, LED chips, security systems, digital TVs, digital city and environment protection.

Tongfang's investment is mainly concentrated on North China, covering all large cities in China, and its investment overseas continues to expand. Tongfang entered a period of rapid growth in the year of 2007.[citation needed]

Besides its continued investment in PC, container inspection system, environmental protection technology in recent years, it also has enlarged the investment in high-tech products, like LED chip, RFID, digital TV and e-government, making its investment projects scattered.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "CNNC teams up with Tsinghua University on school-enterprise reform". China National Nuclear Corporation. April 4, 2019. Archived from the original on October 28, 2019. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  2. ^ https://www.consumerreports.org/lcd-led-oled-tvs/tv-brands-arent-always-what-they-seem/ Consumer Reports: TV Brands Aren't Always What They Seem You might be surprised to find out who made your set

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