More than 90% of robot enterprises may reshuffle in the next five years
more than 90% of robot enterprises may reshuffle in the next five years
China Construction machinery information
recently, Mao Weiming, Vice Minister of the Ministry of industry and information technology, said at the press conference of the 2015 world robot conference that the "13th five year" development plan of China's robot industry will be completed by the end of November this year
Mao Weiming stressed that although China has become the largest market for industrial robots, independent brand robots cannot meet the needs of all fields of the national economy. In 2014, the sales volume of China's own brand robots was 16000, but it was mainly concentrated in the middle and low-end robots with three and four axes, and the high-end robots mainly depended on imports. "The 13th five year plan for the robot industry may include the main objectives of development, the main development direction of the robot industry, key tasks during the 13th Five Year Plan period, and a series of supporting measures to encourage the development of domestic robot enterprises." Han Na, a researcher at the Industrial Policy Research Institute of China Electronic Information Industry Development Research Institute, told the daily economy. She also believes that China's robot industry should avoid overcapacity
China has become the largest robot market
it is reported that in 2013, the sales scale of robots in China reached 36500 units, with a year-on-year increase of 41%, accounting for 20.5% of the global sales. In 2014, the sales volume of industrial robots in China reached 57000 units. What is the focus and direction of year-on-year innovation? Fu Xiangsheng believes that the growth rate is 55%, accounting for about a quarter of global sales, and has become the world's largest robot market for two consecutive years
however, in China, so you must remember that when the demand for industrial robots is booming, China's industrial robot industry is large but not strong. Lu tie, director of the Industrial Development Research Office of the Institute of industrial economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, previously wrote: "Take industrial robots as an example. At present, most of the core parts of robots such as precision reducers, controllers, servo systems and high-performance drivers in China rely on imports, and these parts account for more than 70% of the overall production cost. Among them, 75% of the share of precision reducers is monopolized by Japan, and domestic high price purchase accounts for 45% of the production cost, while in Japan it is only 25%. The cost of purchasing core parts in China is already higher than that of foreign counterparts The overall price of robots cannot compete with foreign brands in the high-end robot market. "
in this case, made in China 2025 regards machine tools and robots as one of the key areas vigorously promoted by Albert Yin, vice president of the China EU Automotive Materials Committee for high-end CNC, to preside over this session. The plan clarifies that the development focus of China's robot industry in the next decade is mainly in two directions: first, develop industrial robot bodies and key parts series products, promote the industrialization and application of industrial robots, and meet the urgent needs of the transformation and upgrading of China's manufacturing industry; The second is to break through the key technologies of intelligent robots, develop a number of intelligent robots, and actively respond to the challenges of a new round of scientific and technological revolution and industrial reform
at the same time, the road map of China's robot industry and the related work of the 13th five year plan of the robot industry are also advancing steadily. This will play a great role in breaking through the technical bottleneck and improving the industrialization ability of China's robot enterprises
robot enterprises face reshuffle
recently, Lin nianxiu, deputy director of the national development and Reform Commission, said at the policy briefing of the State Council, "so far, we have 500 or 600 enterprises developing and producing robots." In addition, by the end of 2014, more than 70 listed companies had acquired or invested in robots and intelligent automation projects, and the number of robot related enterprises in China even exceeded 4000
Cao Jianlin, Vice Minister of the Ministry of science and technology, also said that except for some medium-sized enterprises from specialized research institutes such as Shenyang Institute of automation, there are basically no large enterprises in China, and most of them are small enterprises developed by mass entrepreneurship and innovation
however, at present, a large number of small and medium-sized robot enterprises in China have the phenomenon of barbaric growth and blind expansion. Relevant insiders pointed out that among China's small and medium-sized robot enterprises, there are many speculative water testers and few solid investors; In terms of technology development, there are many imitators, few breakthroughs and innovators, and they are mainly concentrated in the middle and low end, lacking core technology. Ninety percent of China's robot enterprises have a scale of less than 100million yuan. Insiders predict that 95% of them will face a reshuffle in the next five years
Han Na has a similar view. She told the daily economy: "in promoting the development of the robot industry, China should focus on breaking through technology, market cultivation and support methods, and avoid the old way of overcapacity in the photovoltaic industry."
in addition, "we should increase support for enterprise innovation. At the national level, we should concentrate resources on tackling key technologies, break through the technical constraints of developed countries, and cultivate and develop domestic independent brands." Hanna said