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Global and China Industrial Robot Industry to 2025 - Foreign Capital Accounts for 60% of Chinese Market - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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DUBLIN, July 28, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global and China Industrial Robot Market Insight Report, 2021-2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

After 2010, China's industrial robots entered a period of rapid growth, showing the cyclical characteristics of lower growth rate and higher sales volume and 3-4 years dimension, which is similar to the law of Japanese machinery order data. At present, China's industrial robots have an obvious trend of bottoming out, and have entered a new upward channel of economic recovery, which is expected to last until 2022-2023. China's industrial robot industry chain is becoming more and more mature, but foreign capital accounts for more than 60%, and the whole machine and three core components are monopolized by foreign enterprises mainly in Japan. Under the background of China's aging and rising labor costs, and learning from the successful experience of Japanese industrial robot industry, we believe that opportunities outweigh challenges: 1) Sino-US scientific and technological friction deepens the consensus of domestic substitution in the industry; 2) abundant market demand; 3) Support policies continue to increase; 4) Continuous improvement of technical strength; 5) Local advantages and star enterprises have emerged one after another.

Short-term recovery of downstream demand. Affected by downstream industries such as automobiles and 3C, the output of industrial robots in China has entered negative growth since September 1818, and the industry has been in a downturn. However, since October 1919, the growth rate has turned positive for the first time and maintained an upward trend. At the beginning of this year, it was affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, but this trend has not changed. According to the latest data, in 2020, the output of China's industrial robots will be 237,068 units, up 19.1% year-on-year. The industry has basically shaken off the trough and entered a new boom cycle.

According to IFR statistics, in 2019, the number of industrial robots per 10,000 industrial workers in China was only 187, far lower than the level of traditional manufacturing powers such as Japan and Germany. In recent years, on the one hand, the gradual disappearance of demographic dividend has caused the rapid increase of labor costs in China, on the other hand, the continuous improvement of localization rate in industrial robot industry chain has lowered the capital threshold for enterprises to carry out automation transformation, which will jointly promote the process of machine substitution and promote the development of industrial robot industry.

Key Topics Covered:

1. The industrial robot industry continues to recover

1.1. The turning point of the industrial robot industry has appeared

1.2. Policy-driven industrial robot market ushered in rapid development

1.3. The gradual disappearance of the demographic dividend has forced the automation process to accelerate

1.4. list of industrial robot industry chain 2. Snapshot of Policies

3. Core components of industrial robots

3.1 Controller

3.2. Servo system

3.3. reducer

4. Industrial robot market

4.1. Overview of industrial robots

4.2. Different kinds of industrial robots

4.2.1. Multi-joint robot

4.2.2. SCARA robot

4.2.3. Parallel robot

4.2.4. AGV robot

4.3 Market prospect analysis of industrial robots

4.4 application scenario analysis

5. Competitive Landscape

6. Depth analysis of domestic peers

7. Development Trend

7.1 The long tail market will become the growth point of future industrial robots

7.2 Human-computer cooperation and miniaturization are the development trend of industrial robots in the future

Companies Mentioned

  • Qinchuan Machine Tool & Tool Group Share Co., Ltd.

  • Shanghai Mechanical & Electrical Industry Co., Ltd.

  • Shuanghuan Driveline Co., Ltd.

  • Hengfengtai Precision Machinery Co., Ltd.

  • Ningbo Zhongda Leader Intelligent Transmission Co., Ltd.

  • Nantong Zhenkang Welding Electromachinery Co., Ltd.

  • Shuaike Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd.

  • Leader Harmonious Drive Systems Co., Ltd.

  • Beijing CTKM Harmonic Drive Co., Ltd.

  • Dongguan Banrin Robot Technology Co., Ltd.

  • Han's Laser Technology Industry Group Co., Ltd.

  • NIDEC-SHIMPO (Zhejiang) Corporation

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/l76vy

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