TCL business is a partly state-controlled Chinese multinational electronics firm, located in Huizhou, Guangdong Province. TCL originally stands for Telephone Communications Limited. It designs, manufactures, makes and markets items such as TVs, cell phones, air conditioning units, heating units, kitchen appliances, washing appliances, headphones, and smaller consumer goods. It became the 25th largest producer of consumer electronics in the world in 2010 and aims to reach the top 10 by 2030. It remains by market share the third-largest TV producer since 2015. TCL has reached out to companies like Blackberry, HP, and Samsung to outsource products to reach consumers all around the world.
TCL is mostly known for its television, DVD players, air conditioners, mobile phones, home appliances, electrical lighting, as well as digital media products. Since 2015, TCL has become the 3rd largest television manufacturer in the world by market share. TCL's most popular brands include the Blackberry line of smartphones, RCA electrical products, and Roku TVs.
TCL is a Chinese company and is based out of Huizhou, Guangdong, in China. Although it is headquartered in China it is incorporated in the Grand Cayman within the Cayman Islands. TCL has 7 R&D centers, 17 production facilities, and 40,00 sales channels that are located worldwide.
TCL was an abbreviation for Telephone Communication Limited and was founded as a state-owned enterprise. The company was originally founded in 1981 as TTK, an audio cassette manufacturer. The company later changed its name after being sued by TDK for intellectual property violation. TCL became one of China’s largest enterprise groups of consumer electronics.