The machine tool industry in developed countries has experienced a serious decline

by:Gewinn     2022-05-26
Comprehensive information from all aspects, the United States, Japan, Italy and other developed countries in the machine tool industry in the first half of 2009, the decline is very serious. According to the statistics released by the American Association of Manufacturing Technology (AMT) and the American Machine Tool Distributors Association (AMTDA) on August 10, 2009, the cumulative consumption of American machine tools in the first half of 2009 was 759.03 million US dollars, down 70.1% from the same period in 2008. . In June 2009, the US machine tool production was 917 units, and the total machine tool consumption was 135.85 million US dollars, an increase of 58 units and an increase of 22% compared with May, but the total machine tool consumption decreased by 69.2% compared with the same period of the previous year. Among them, the consumption of metal cutting machine tools in June was 101.71 million US dollars, a month-on-month increase of 9.5%, but a year-on-year decrease of 71.4%. On the same day, the Japan Machine Tool Industry Association (JMTBA) also released relevant statistics. Data show that in July 2009, Japan's machine tool orders fell 72.2% year-on-year and 1.5% month-on-month to 34.428 billion yen. Among them, domestic orders fell by 72.7% to 14.412 billion yen, and foreign orders fell by 71.9% to 20.016 billion yen. According to the statistics of the research department of the Italian Machine Tool, Robot and Automation Manufacturers Association (UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE), the order of Italian machine tools in the first half of 2009 fell by 56.3% year-on-year. Among them, in the second quarter, Italian machine tool orders fell by 63.1% as a whole, while domestic orders fell by 62% and foreign orders fell by 64%. Giancarlo Losma, president of the Italian Machine Tool Association, said the statistics are worrying for the Italian machine tool, robotics, automation and assistive technology industries. He pointed out that although the Italian government has taken measures to try to mobilize the machine tool market, it is difficult for machine tool companies to benefit from relevant measures if credit institutions do not provide loans to ensure the liquidity of capital. Another developed country, Germany, has recently published reports on cutting technology; Germany's machine tool industry may experience a wave of bankruptcy. Bankruptcies could be as high as 25%.
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