Machine Tool After Crisis

2010 “World China cnc machining Tool Production and Consumption Survey” shows that the overall global metal processing manufacturing industry out of recession. Over the past two years, the growth of production fluctuations. In 2009, the world’s 28 major countries and regions in the output value production was down 32%. In 2010, the major producing countries and regions, economic recovery, the global machine tool manufacturing industry output value reached 66.3 billion U.S. dollars, an increase of 21%. The “World machine tool production and consumption survey” includes a manufacturing industry and has statistics of 28 countries and regions, the production is cover 95% of world output and consumption.

According to the European Machine Tool Industry Council (CECIMO) statistics, in 2010, CECIMO production in the Member States Total 166 million euros, compared with the same period in 2009 declined slightly by 1%. In this regard, CECIMO Economic Committee Chairman Frank Brinken that with the release of production orders, industrial output in 2011 is expected to double-digit growth, the European market will enter a stable and sustainable growth phase, 2013 will likely reach a new peak.

CECIMO Member States in 2010 exports of tools 12.3 billion euros, accounting for total output value of 3 / 4. As for consumption, compared with 2009 and 2008, apparent consumption in Europe has been declining for two consecutive years. In addition, in 2010, the European machine tool production about the world’s total output of 1/3, while in 2009 their share was 43%, showing that the European machine tool market has shown a significant decline, the European machine tool industry is facing tremendous challenges. In this regard, CECIMO urged the EU to further open markets in Asia, anti-competitive conduct will not help restore the European market share.

By the international financial crisis in 2009, China, Brazil, Russia, India’s exports of metalworking machine has fallen sharply. Into 2010, due to the Asian region and emerging economies over Europe and the United States took the lead out of the woods, market structure of China’s machine exports also will change significantly. Plastic mold and metal according to the International Association of Permanent Secretary for Industry Supply Luo Baihui that the Chinese machine exports to the BRIC countries, the sharp rebound in Brazil, Russia, India’s exports are the top 10. First half of 2010, China’s exports of metalworking machine in India surpassed the United States, 1.4 billion U.S. dollars, accounting for 7.4% of total exports of machine; on Brazil, Russia, exports increased more than 80% were, respectively, on top In the sixth and fourteenth up to the third and eighth. ASEAN regional markets continue to be optimistic, Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia to China Dengjun the top 15 export markets, exports surpassed 2008 levels. Especially in CNC machine tool exports to Myanmar in recent years the rapid growth of exports in 2009 increased up to 6 times more than in 2010, has doubled.

China for many years been the world’s largest machine tool consumer and importer. Plastic mold and metal according to the International Association of Permanent Secretary for Industry Supply Luo Baihui, the global consumption of 10 machines each, nearly 5 in China. With the vigorous development of China’s manufacturing industry, the demand for production equipment soared. In 2002, China became the world’s largest consumer and maintain so far. Large amount of China’s machine imports, from 2002 to 2005 China imported machine consumption in the average of 62%. 2006-2010, part of China’s domestic enterprises and foreign enterprises to gradually expand the market share in China. In 2009, China became the world’s largest producer of machine tools. China’s machine tool industry in 2010 to maintain the rapid growth in the share of world output and 35%; China’s consumption up 43% year, accounting for 28 major producing countries and regions, 48% of the total consumption. In 2010, China’s exports grew 31%, with exports amounting to 1.85 billion, ranking sixth. However, the Chinese exports accounted for only 9% of its GDP, which indicates that China’s domestic market demand is quite strong.

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