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The revenue of China's largest robot industry is only 1/9 of that of Japan's giants

although the number of domestic robot enterprises is large, it also presents a problem of small scale and dispersion, which has also become a major obstacle for enterprises to overcome core technologies and develop high-end products. China's robot industry has repeatedly received policy support, and enterprises have also shown great enthusiasm. Previously, insiders said that fourorfive new robot companies appeared almost every week, and even some counties were setting up robot industrial parks. According to preliminary statistics, there are more than 800 enterprises involved in the production of robots in China

however, although the number of domestic robot enterprises is large, it also presents the problem of small-scale and decentralized, which has also become a major obstacle for enterprises to overcome core technologies and develop high-end products

in the future, more factories will be established as the largest robot industrialization base in China. According to the financial report of Shenyang Xinsong robot, the operating revenue in 2015 was only 1.685 billion yuan. Harbin Boshi automation company has a revenue of 710million. Nanjing Easton Automation Co., Ltd., another well-known company in the industry, had an operating revenue of only 480million in 2015, with a year-on-year decrease of 5.6%

the scale of industrial robot production enterprises in China is generally small. According to the white paper on the development of China's robot industry (2016 Edition) released by the China Institute of electronic information industry development, 90% of China's enterprises have an annual output value of less than 100million yuan. Even well-known enterprises such as Xinsong and eston are still small compared with foreign enterprises such as Yaskawa, FANUC and KUKA, whose sales revenue exceeded the technical indicators by more than 10 billion yuan in 2017

compared with international robot giants, the small scale of robots in China is more obvious. On February 26 this year, Jiang Haibo, senior vice president of ABB group, revealed that ABB's sales revenue in China alone exceeded 33billion yuan in 2015

nabotsk company of Japan, which occupies the monopoly position of global robot reducer, has 42 subsidiaries worldwide. As early as 2012, the company's annual consolidated sales reached 14billion yuan

in this way, the operating revenue of Komatsu robot, which ranks in the forefront of domestic revenue, was only about one ninth of that of nabotsk in Japan last year, and the gap was even greater compared with abb

Luo Jun, executive chairman of the international robot and intelligent equipment industry alliance, also found in his visit to robot enterprises that the scale of enterprises is generally relatively small, and many enterprises do not have their own laboratories, R & D centers, R & D teams, nor standard production workshops

most foreign robot enterprises with advanced core technologies are supported by large enterprise scale. Xu told the daily economy that Japan's nabotsk company accounts for 70% of the world reducer Market, but nabotsk's reducer business only accounts for about a quarter of the company's business revenue

in fact, the Japanese robot giant did not achieve scale effect alone, but the result of industry integration. In September, 2003, two global multinational companies, Teijin Machinery Co., Ltd. and nabok Co., Ltd., jointly formed nabotsk company, aiming to take advantage of the technological synergy generated by the advantages of the two companies to improve their position in the existing business field

it is worth noting that since this year, industry integration has begun to take shape. According to the financial report of Xinsong robot in 2015, based on its long-term development strategy, Xinsong intelligent drive Co., Ltd. was established in 2015 to speed up the integration of component resources and industry

Nanjing Easton company also disclosed in its financial report that it will actively seek mergers and acquisitions of excellent companies with synergistic effects on the company's core business and performance support in 2016. Wang Jiegao, general manager of the company, said: at present, we have formulated some merger and acquisition plans

on June 16 this year, Xinsong and Egypt electronic universal testing machines set up the robot TOP10 summit in 10 enterprises in the testing industry, including ston, Nanbo and Guangzhou CNC, aiming to strengthen industry self-discipline, promote fair competition, strengthen industrial innovation, improve product quality and cultivate industrial chains. Moreover, the organization also proposed that after five years of efforts, TOP10 enterprises' technological innovation ability and international competitiveness have been significantly enhanced. By 2020, the annual output of six axis and above independent brand industrial robots will reach more than 50000, the annual sales revenue of service robots will exceed 20billion yuan, and more than three leading enterprises with international competitiveness will be cultivated

at the top10 summit of Chinese robots held recently, Xin Guobin, Vice Minister of the Ministry of industry and information technology, mentioned that the robot industry should avoid blind expansion and low-level redundant construction. Chinese robot enterprises should not only walk by themselves, but also walk side by side. They should pay more attention to the cooperation between enterprises to realize complementary advantages and win-win cooperation

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