LG TVs are manufactured in different locations around the world, which allows the company to cater to regional demands and reduce production costs. The headquarters of LG Electronics is situated in Seoul, South Korea and other factories are located in Viet Nam, China, India, Indonesia, Russia and Mexico.
The first factory is located in Wroclaw, Poland and specializes in making LCD panels for the European market. The plant produced 3 million LCD panels a year until it stopped in 2019 because of the rise in the cost of display manufacturing and the competition from cheaper Chinese TVs that are being imported.
Another plant in China manufactures OLED screens and ships them to assemblers worldwide. It has a planned capacity of 1 million OLED displays per year.
There is also a factory in Mexico that produces televisions for North America and other parts of the world. The largest plant is in Monterrey, and there are two other plants in Mexicali and Reynosa.
This plant is in a country that has an excellent labor pool and provides affordable materials to the factory. Nevertheless, the new tax laws in the United States have caused LG to be cautious about its future in Mexico.
Nonetheless, the company is still a reliable supplier of quality products and has a reputation for producing a wide range of devices that are very durable. However, the best way to avoid getting ripped off is to make sure you buy an original LG TV from an authorized retailer.