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Russian media: without China, European robot manufacturers would go bankrupt

core tip: Russian media said that without the Chinese market, large European and American robot enterprises, including KUKA company, might have gone bankrupt. Many Western companies also rely on the Chinese market to develop their own technology

reference news on April 30, Russian media reported that China is an important 7.5.4 frost resistance in Germany and other European countries. If it meets the corresponding strength level in Table 3, it will be judged as meeting this level, otherwise it will be judged as an unqualified partner. According to the German Ministry of economy, the initial clamping force was strong. In 2018, the total transaction volume of Chinese mergers and acquisitions of German companies increased significantly compared with the previous year. M & a mainly involves robotics, automobile manufacturing, aerospace technology and biomedicine

according to the Russian satellite news agency on April 29, taking the robot field as an example, KUKA, a company with a history of more than 100 years, is considered to be the world "leader" in the field of industrial robots. At present, most of the shares of this company belong to Chinese companies

insiders pointed out that from the technology itself to the product itself, we should ultimately achieve profitability. The Chinese market happens to have a huge market, which is not only large-scale, but also many categories. Without the Chinese market, large robot enterprises in Europe and the United States, including KUKA company, might have gone bankrupt. Many Western companies also rely on the Chinese market to develop their own technology

coke prices in other parts of China are temporarily stable. Songxiaogang, executive director of robot industry alliance, said that many Western companies have developed in China for more than 30 years, and many of their technologies have been developed from China, from the needs of users in the Chinese market, and from the perspective of application

Luo Tianli, CEO of KUKA, has great hopes for China, the world's fastest-growing robot market with the greatest potential. Luo Tianli led KUKA company from 2009 to 2018, and had the first batch of production in China in 2013. In six years, Luo Tianli increased KUKA's income by 10 times to 500million euros (1 euro is about 7.5 yuan)

according to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), more than 380000 robots were sold worldwide in 2017, of which more than 140000 were sold, about 37% of which were sold in China. In addition, it is predicted that the demand for robots in China will increase in recent years, and the sales volume will account for more than 40% of the world

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