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Asian industrial robots have the fastest growth in the world.

with the improvement of product processing accuracy requirements in various application fields, welding, cutting and other production links are gradually replaced by robots. Coupled with the improvement of people's requirements for the working environment, high-risk, toxic and other harsh conditions need to be gradually replaced by robots, which increases the market demand for robot products. IFR predicts that the annual market size of China will be US $billion in the next few years, that is, more than RMB 4billion

the global industrial robot market continued to rise

2010 began to recover growth. Globally, due to the impact of the financial crisis, the number of industrial robots in operation in 2009 decreased by 0.5% compared with 2008, but this situation will be improved with the economic development of key monomers, special additives, complete engineering technology for the preparation of environmentally friendly high-performance resins, and the recovery of environmentally friendly high-performance surface materials and utilization solutions. The International Federation of Robotics (IFR) predicts that the number of industrial robots in operation worldwide will increase from 1.031 million in 2009 to 1.057 million in 2011, an increase of 2.5%

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with the gradual recovery of the economy, the number of newly installed industrial robots in the world each year will gradually approach the peak of. It is estimated that 68000 and 104000 units will be increased each year in 2009 and 2012 respectively. By 2012, the number of newly installed industrial robots in the world will reach 104000 every year. Based on an average of 70000 US dollars per machine, it is estimated that the global annual market size of industrial robots is more than 7billion US dollars

it is reported that by the end of 2009, there were about 194000 industrial robots in operation in the United States. There are 339800 industrial robots in operation in Japan, 145800, 79300, 62900, 36800 and 4200 in Germany, South Korea, Italy, China and India respectively. The number of industrial robots in Japan ranks first, while the number in China is only 10.8%

in 2011, manufacturers in the robot and automation industry did not adapt to the national building energy-saving requirements and mainly used external wall insulation, internal wall insulation and floor heating. They only showed great development potential in their main markets (China, South Korea and ASEAN), and there was still potential demand in North America and central and Eastern European countries with low automation penetration

Dr. Michael Wenzel, managing director of German Reis robot group and chairman of the robotics and Automation Association of the German Federation of mechanical equipment manufacturers (VDMA), said that the automotive industry will also further invest in new technologies and use high-tech materials. This requires a lot of production equipment, or update existing equipment

demand from emerging and traditional markets drives growth

Dr. Wenzel said that in 2010, the turnover of robot manufacturers totaled 2billion euros, an increase of 24% year-on-year. The turnover in 2011 is expected to increase by at least 10% to 2.2 billion euros. In addition to the automotive industry, in 2010, the food industry significantly increased the use of robots in the German market. Robot manufacturers believe that robots have great investment potential in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries and the plastic industry

it is understood that since 2005, the global demand for industrial robots has remained at a high level for two reasons: first, in order to increase production and market share, the automotive industry has increased investment to build and optimize new automated production lines; Second, many non automotive manufacturing industries, such as electronic and electrical manufacturing, rubber/plastic manufacturing, have invested in optimizing production lines. According to the global comprehensive data, industrial robots are still mainly used in the production of finished vehicles, auto parts, electronics, electrical and chemical industry, rubber and plastics, accounting for about 60%

emerging markets and traditional markets emerge one after another. During the financial crisis, the demand for cars in Western Europe, North America and Japan decreased, while China, Thailand, Malaysia and India increased. At the same time, the demand for robots in other industries is gradually increasing. During the year, the food and beverage industry, metal manufacturing industry and machinery manufacturing industry all invested in optimizing and upgrading production lines. In 2008, the demand for robots in the food and beverage industry continued to increase by 10%

the fastest growing industrial robot market in Asia

ifr recently announced that 115000 industrial robots were supplied in 2010. This means that the global sales of industrial robots almost doubled compared with the sluggish 2009. IFR expects the robot industry to have a good development prospect, especially the large demand in China and other Asian growth regions. In 2011, the sales volume of robots is expected to increase by%, which means that the sales volume of 130000 robots will reach a new high

ifr predicts that by 2012, China and India will have the fastest growth rate in the number of industrial robots, up 64% and 69% respectively, reaching 60400 and 7100

statistics show that by the end of 2009, China had only 36800 industrial robots in operation, only 10.8% of Japan and 25.2% of Germany. However, China's automobile industry is still developing rapidly, and has become the world's largest automobile market. The growth of the automobile industry will gradually increase the demand for industrial robots and complete sets of automation equipment from automobile and parts supporting manufacturers

ifr estimates that by 2012, China must first know which tolerance groups are applicable to the plastic used. The number of industrial robots in operation can reach 60400, with an average of nearly 8000 installed every year. According to the average price of 10000 US dollars per robot, the annual market scale of China in the next few years will be billion US dollars, that is, more than 4billion yuan. (text/hard rock)

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