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Vigorously develop digital factories, the robot market is promising

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2015/03/27 02:02
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The era of robots has arrived. According to the latest statistics of the International Robotics Alliance, the global service robot market is growing at a rate of 20% to 30%, and sales will reach $8.5 billion by 2015. The high-speed development period has also brought historic development opportunities to Chinese robot manufacturers. Shenyang Xinsong robot, which is known as the "first share of domestic robots", is in a state of flux.

However, behind the robot's heat, the global industrial robot body market is dominated by Europe, America and Japan. The stocks of Japan, the United States, Germany, South Korea and China accounted for 70% of the world's total, and sales reached 69.92%. As the domestic industry leader, Xinsong, Guangzhou CNC and other four Chinese robot manufacturers only occupy 5% of the Chinese market, which is far from the performance of foreign giants in the Chinese market.

Shenyang Xinsong Robot is the largest system integrator in China, mainly engaged in research and development and manufacturing of industrial robots and automated complete equipment systems. Since 2010, the company's order amount has continued to increase, with an annual total of 833 million yuan in 2010 and 2.54 billion yuan in 2013, an increase of more than doubled. In 2013, the company's net profit was 255 million yuan, which was double the number in 2010. In 2014, from order to net profit continued to grow, a total of 900 million yuan in the first quarter of the first quarter, net profit of 46.36 million yuan, an increase of 36% and 33% respectively.

On January 29, the company released a performance forecast that the company expects net profit attributable to shareholders of listed companies in 2014 to be 324.82 million to 374.79 million yuan, a year-on-year increase of 30% to 50%.

Xinsong said that the company's operating performance has continued to grow in 2014. Combining the development trend of today's manufacturing model and the advantages of its comprehensive strength, the company will vigorously develop digital factories, provide complete system solutions for various industries, create industry application models to quickly promote replication, build a large customer group structure, and achieve overall company performance. Growth makes a positive contribution.

At present, ABB in Switzerland, FANUC in Japan, Yaskawa Electric in Japan, and KUKA robots in Germany are called “four big families” in the field of robots. These giants occupy more than 70% market share in the Chinese robot industry and almost monopolize robot manufacturing. High-end fields such as welding.

In terms of robot use, South Korea is the country with the highest density of industrial robots in the world. There are 347 robots per 10,000 workers; Japan has 339 aircraft; Germany ranks third with 251; China has only 21 Less than half of the international average of 55 units.

From the place of production and consumption, Japan is the only net exporter of robots, with the world's largest robot production capacity, accounting for 66% of global robot production. The largest area for robot consumption is in Asia, except for Japan, which accounts for about 34% of the total, and is dominated by the Chinese market.

In terms of comparison of robot technology advantages in various regions, the industry believes that Japan has obvious advantages in industrial robots and home robots. Europe is a leader in industrial robots and medical robots. The main advantages of the United States are in system integration, medical robots and defense military robots. .

In contrast, China's current industrial robot use density is still far below the global average, and there is a big gap from developed countries such as Japan, South Korea and Germany.

Xu Fang, dean of Shenyang Xinsong Robot Central Research Institute, said earlier that China’s robot market started around 2010 and started slower than Japan for almost 30 years. Although China’s robot market has risen, it has not been given to Chinese companies. Enough growth time.

According to data from the China Robotics Industry Alliance, the four Chinese robot manufacturers such as Xinsong and Guangzhou NC only occupy 5% of the Chinese market, which is far from the performance of foreign giants in the Chinese market.