Samsung said there are currently more than 40 computer monitor products that have been studied by engineers to complete the production line in Vietnam.
Samsung Vina has officially announced the relocation of most of its Samsung computer display lines to be transferred from China to the Samsung HCMC CE Complex (SEHC) factory in High-Tech Park, District 9, Ho Chi Minh City in 2020.
Accordingly, Vietnam will become a leading supplier of Samsung computer monitors in the world. Currently, there are more than 40 computer screen products studied by engineers to complete the production line in Vietnam.
Operating center of SEHC factory area in Hi-tech Park in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Samsung.
Bringing the computer screen manufacturing plant line to SEHC factory in Vietnam is especially important for the company. According to IDC’s report, the market share of Samsung computer monitors from 24 “and above in Vietnam in the first quarter was 34%, leading the market.
With its position as an important gateway to Southeast Asian countries, Vietnam will help Samsung strengthen the presence of computer display products in this region.
According to Samsung, the relocation of production lines from China to Vietnam will help Vietnamese consumers get new and faster computer display products than other markets. Samsung is committed to boosting production in Vietnam. The company expects Vietnam will continue to be one of the important links in Samsung’s global supply chain.
The Samsung Electronics Ho Chi Minh Complex (SEHC) factory complex was started in mid-2015 and officially came into operation in 2016. It is the largest factory producing TV screens and consumer electronics devices. 2 worlds of Samsung, after the factory in Mexico.
Total investment in the plant is USD 2 billion, of which USD 989 million is for capital construction and equipment procurement. The total area is about 94 hectares.
According to SEHC, audiovisual products have been exported to more than 60 other markets, including the US and many countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Household electrical products are exported to more than 75 countries.
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