The company’s models will not disappear, development will continue, only another company will assemble them.
Panasonic has previously outsourced the production of its lower-end, cheaper televisions to external partners, while top-of-the-line LCD and OLED televisions are still assembled in-house at the group’s plant in the Czech Republic. It was already rumored in the spring that the company would close this chapter as well, and all this has unfortunately become a reality by now.
The Japanese company has announced it will close the said plant in the Czech Republic, but that does not mean the disappearance of Panasonic televisions. Developments will continue, according to them, all that is said is that the panels (which are also bought from someone else) and other components will be assembled in the plants of an external partner. The business partner has not yet been officially named, but it is rumored that an agreement has been reached with the TCL group. A Chinese company can be a logical choice, as they also have a plant in Poland, for example. According to information from Panasonic, the headquarters in Germany will not be closed either, and there is usually no change to be expected except that a partner will assemble the televisions elsewhere locally.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.
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