Analysis of the development of the import and export industry of machine tools in the United States

by:Gewinn     2022-04-25
1. The volatility of machine tool orders and consumption has risen. According to the American Association of Manufacturing Technology (AMT) and the American Machine Tool Distributors Association (AMTDA), the latest statistics on the consumption of machine tools in the United States have been released. From January to June 2010, the cumulative orders for machine tools in the United States were 7,287 units, and the cumulative consumption was US$1.2076 billion, an increase of 56.1% over the US$773.41 million in the same period in 2009. Among them, in June, the number of US machine tool orders was 1,483, and the consumption of machine tools was 241.47 million US dollars, an increase of 71.1% compared with 141.12 million US dollars in June 2009. From January to June, the number of orders for metal cutting machine tools in the United States was 6,790, and the consumption was US$1.11545 billion, a year-on-year increase of 66.5%; the number of orders for metal forming and manufacturing machine tools was 497, and the consumption was US$92.15 million. It was still down 10.9% year-on-year. 2. Overseas investment and orders for aerospace and construction equipment support the rise. Douglas K.Woods, chairman of AMT, pointed out that under normal circumstances, the largest product manufacturing technology exhibition in the United States, the International Manufacturing Technology Exhibition (held in Chicago from September 13 to 18) began In the past few months, the growth rate of US machine tool manufacturing orders will slow down. However, in the first half of 2010, due to the significant increase in overseas investment, and orders from aerospace and construction equipment more than doubled, the US machine tool orders not only did not show the usual slowdown in growth rate, but instead achieved accelerated growth in orders. . 3. American machine tool manufacturers seek new ways of trade cooperation The machine tool manufacturers cooperative group formed by AMTDA and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers is organizing a trade event called imX (Interactive Manufacturing Experience), and announced that it will 'reinvigorate American manufacturing' industry'. The event is a manufacturing experience exchange meeting, and will cooperate with partner companies to open factories, customer training seminars, and new product launches. imX will bring together OEMs and their partners to help decision makers see options in a field, compare price and value and make better decisions. The event can focus on delivering breakthrough technologies, helping clients find the services they need, and assisting in organizing high-level private meetings. 4. The machine tool industry may benefit from the implementation of the U.S. Manufacturing Promotion Act On August 11, U.S. President Barack Obama signed the 'U.S. Manufacturing Promotion Act' in an attempt to stimulate domestic exports and create more employment opportunities. Obama said that the manufacturing industry is an important driving force for the economic recovery of the United States, so reducing the cost of manufacturing and promoting its employment is the purpose of the bill. The size of the bill is about $17 billion, and the U.S. government will revive manufacturing competitiveness and restore the 5.6 million lost in the past 10 years by temporarily canceling or cutting tariffs that U.S. manufacturers pay when importing raw materials. employment position. The White House predicts that over the next three years, U.S. manufacturing output will increase by $4.6 billion and support 90,000 jobs. The machine tool industry, as an important manufacturing sector, may also benefit from the implementation of this bill.
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