500,000th TCL LED TV
IIt was indeed a celebration. Having assembled 500,000 units of high quality TCL LED Televisions is by no means a small achievement. Omni Solid Services, Inc. last September 21, 2016 produced its 500,000th TCL LED TV its Valenzuela factory. The affair was graced by no less than its Chairman of the Board, Ms. Susan L. Tan and the CEO of TCL Sun, Inc., Mr. Eason Cai. Mr. Zhitao Yu, Director for Supply Chain and Ms. Elen Amagan, Asst. Manager for Supply Chain were also on hand to join in the celebration.
The occasion started with the introduction of the guests and the people behind Omni’s Projects Division. A short tour of the factory ensued with Mr. Lawrence Pe, Projects Division Manager explaining the functions of each work station. This was followed by a brief history and milestones of Omni’s Projects Divisions as explained by Ms. Abbe Daza, General Manager of Omni. By this time, the 500,00th unit was about to be completed in the production line. Everyone joined in in the count down until the 500,000th unit was packed. Mr. Eason Cai and Ms. Susan Tan placed the ceremonial ribbon on the television with the help of Ms. Abbe Daza amid a confetti shower..
In his remarks, Mr. Eason thanked Omni’s managers and staff for the effort and support for the past three years. He said that TCL Sun, Inc. would not be what it is today without the support of Omni Solid Services, Inc. He mentioned that products from Omni have minimal complaints and that the quality is very good. For this, he is also thankful and gave assurance that TCL Sun will continue its business with Omni not only for this 500,000 units but for another 500,000 units or even 5,000,000 units as well.
For her part, Ms. Susan Tan thanked both TCL Sun and Omni for their support and congratulated everyone for the big cooperation. She said everyone was able to work together and give customers really good products that we can all be proud of.
Light snacks were served afterwards for everyone to enjoy. Indeed, it was a day worth celebrating.
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