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Japanese enterprises aim at Chinese factory automation business opportunities

Japanese large machinery manufacturers are strengthening the production system of mechanical parts and robots in China. Mitsubishi Electric will build a new factory in China, and Kawasaki heavy industry has started the production of small and medium-sized robots. Against the backdrop of rising labor costs, the Chinese government urges local enterprises to introduce IOT and improve the production efficiency of factories through automation and other measures. Relevant Japanese manufacturers expect the relevant investment of Chinese enterprises to soar, so they will step up the construction of the supply system

Kawasaki heavy industry produces general-purpose robots for the Chinese market in Akashi factory (Akashi City, Hyogo county)

Mitsubishi Electric will build a new factory in Changshu, Jiangsu Province, doubling the production capacity of motors and numerical control (NC) devices used in machine tools. The new plant covers an area of about 33000 square meters, which is similar to the scale of the existing plant. The estimated investment is about 2billion yen, and we will strive to put it into production in 2017

Mitsubishi Electric is providing e to factories, etc F@ctory The IOT service of can be used to connect the equipment in the factory and manage the operation status of the equipment. While building new plants, the company plans to increase the number of local partners producing software and equipment that cooperate with the company's products from 60 to 100 in 2016

in addition, a business system of sending technicians stationed in China to visit factories will be established. We will develop customers by recommending complete sets of factory automation equipment (FA) to the plant and meticulous maintenance services. It is planned to increase the sales of factory automation equipment in China by 50% within five years

Kawasaki heavy industry has started to produce small and medium-sized general-purpose robots in its factory in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. Previously, this kind of robot has been exported to China from Japan, where it can be customized as needed. For robots used to assemble motors, electronic equipment and grind automotive related mechanical parts, the company has set up a new production line with an annual capacity of 2000 ~ 3000 units. The overall capacity of Suzhou plant will be expanded by 20 ~ 30%

Kawasaki heavy industry hopes to curb the exchange rate risk by turning to localized production and obtain the expanding demand in the future. At the same time, Tianjin's business and service base will be transferred and expanded

Yaskawa electric plans to double the production capacity of multi joint robots in China to about 1000 units per month. In the medium-term business plan with 2018 as the final year, it is proposed to add factories in Jiangsu Province. Changzhou factory will be added to produce large robots for welding and handling goods. About 50000 square meters of construction land has been ensured

with the rise of labor costs, the number of enterprises transferring their production bases from China to other parts of Asia has gradually increased. At the same time, the Chinese government proposed the made in China 2025 plan to improve the production efficiency of enterprises, and is promoting the transformation and upgrading of industrial structure with low cost as a weapon

in made in China 2025, the Chinese government proposed to transform to a production base with high quality and price competitiveness. We will position the new generation of it, energy conservation, industrial Wei, which is also the vice president of the College of engineering, robotics, aerospace and other fields as key industries, and call on enterprises to introduce robots and share manufacturing information. The Chinese government also proposed the goal of transforming from a manufacturing power to a manufacturing power, and making its comprehensive strength into the forefront of the world's manufacturing powers by 2049

the Chinese government is currently collecting pilot models from enterprises to provide some support funds for target enterprises. Local enterprises in China are also actively promoting policies to improve production efficiency. For example, Midea Group, a large Chinese household appliance manufacturer, acquired KUKA, a world-class industrial robot enterprise

in order to seize the business opportunity of the birth of Chinese version industry 4.0, Japanese enterprises have also launched actions. In addition to machinery manufacturers, Fujitsu also announced cooperation with Shanghai Yidian. The two sides will jointly promote the intelligent manufacturing project of applying IOT to the factory

of course, this is not all good news for Japanese enterprises, but also for China's paper industry. For example, the Chinese fund once planned to acquire German semiconductor manufacturing device enterprises especially for the laboratories of manufacturers. Although this plan was finally forced to give up, it is enough to reflect that China has set its sights on the technology of developed countries. Japanese enterprises may naturally become the target of mergers and acquisitions of Chinese enterprises

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