|Company name||Hisense Group |
|Company type||state-owned enterprise with publicly-traded subsidiaries Szse - 000921)|
|Predecessor||Qingdao No.2 Radio Factory|
|Area served||Asia, Africa, Europe, North America|
|Products||White goods, televisions, mobile phones, cash registers|
|Services||Real estate, property management, mould production and design, pattern making, IT services|
|Subsidiary||over 40|| |
Hisense ( ) is a multinational electronics manufacturer based in China. It is a state-owned enterprise
[ with publicly traded subsidiaries.]
The Hisense Group comprises two publicly traded companies, Hisense Electric Co Ltd, listed on the Shanghai stock exchange (SSE - 600060) and Hisense Kelon Electrical Holdings Co Ltd, which is listed on the Shenzhen (Szse - 000921) and Hong Kong (HKEX - 921) stock exchanges and a number of other subsidiaries.
Hisense has 13 manufacturing facilities in China (located in the provinces of: Guangdong, Guizhou, Huzhou, Jiangsu, Liaoning, Linyi, Shandong, Sichuan, Yangzhou, Yingkou, Xinjiang, Zibo and the municipality of Beijing) and several outside of China, namely in Hungary, South Africa, Egypt, Algeria and France.
Hisense retails products under five brand names, including its own. These include Kelon, SAVOR, Ronshen and Hisense-Hitachi. Hisense is also an OEM, so some of the products it makes are sold to other manufacturers and carry a brand name not related to Hisense.
The company has run wide-ranging sponsorship efforts one of which resulted in a Hisense-branded flag being flown atop Everest.