The industrial robot market is developing rapidly at this stage

The rise in labor prices in China has pushed up production costs and is considered to be one of the reasons why industrial robots are rapidly entering production. Since January 1, 2008, since the implementation of the new labor law, the minimum wage level has been raised in various parts of China. The labor costs in coastal areas have been rising, and the shortage of migrant workers has occurred. The Chinese population dividend has gradually lost, and some production enterprises have begun to move out.
In recent years, China's robotic automated production lines have emerged and brought significant benefits to users. Luo Baihui, secretary general of the International Association of Mould & Hardware Plastics Industry Suppliers, believes that with the continuous improvement of the automation level of Chinese industrial enterprises, the market for robotic automation lines will become larger and larger, and gradually become the main method of automated production lines.
It is expected that China will surpass Japan to become the world's largest industrial robot market next year. By the end of 2012, China’s industrial robots had been held at 101,765 units, with an annual increase of 20,902 units, second only to Japan, ranking second in the world. Since China has the largest labor market in the world and the space for robot replacement is huge, China will surpass Japan in 2014 and become the market with the largest demand for industrial robots.
In recent years, China's industrial robot industry is mainly driven by the development of the automotive industry. In the future, it will be mainly driven by two-wheel drive of “automobile + electronics”. Since 2000, with the continuous opening of new lines in China's auto industry, the growth rate of fixed assets investment in the electronics industry has continued to be high, and the number of industrial robots in China has been rapidly increased.
In addition, domestic labor costs continue to rise, and industrial robots have formed a trend of replacing labor in many fields. Some large domestic manufacturing companies. For example, BYD and Foxconn have applied industrial robots to the production workshops and put them on a large scale.
At the same time, we have seen that the development speed of China's industrial robot industry in the past two years is significantly faster than that of the downstream automobile industry. There are two main reasons: First, because the downstream investment in the automotive industry is very advanced, the corresponding industrial robot systems will be deployed. Second, the demand for industrial robots brought about by the replacement and automation upgrade of some old production lines in the automotive industry (mainly the auto parts industry). In the future, as the automation of the electronics industry increases, the demand for industrial robots will increase significantly.
The application of industrial robots in other industries in China will also gradually develop. From the perspective of the application of domestic robots, the automotive and electronics industries are still the main application areas. With the advancement of technology, the application of industrial robots in the fields of military, fine surgery and dangerous operations will gradually develop, and in these fields, industrial robots have an irreplaceable role. From the perspective of robot types, welding robots occupy the largest market share, with sales of about 11,000 units in 2012. In addition, the application of robots such as handling and assembly is also increasing year by year.
In contrast to the early development of the Japanese industrial robot industry, we found that China's current situation is very similar to that of Japan in the 1980s, regardless of industry size, social background or policy support.
In the past five years, China's robot market has grown much faster than the world average in the same period. According to IFR statistics, as of the end of 2012, China's industrial robots were 101,765 units, accounting for about 8% of the global robot inventory. It added 20,902 units a year, second only to Japan, ranking second in the world. China's robot market is still the fastest growing market in the world. In the past five years, the domestic robot sales volume growth rate reached 25%, while the world robot market sales growth rate was only 9%.
The development of the robot industry in China in the past decade is similar to that in Japan in the 1970s and 1980s In 2000, the application of industrial robots in China was still in its infancy, with a total of 550 units, and an annual increase of 380 units. With the promotion of robot research and application, the number of new additions in 2005 reached 4,461 units. The growth rate is as high as 63.6%, which is very similar to the rapid growth of robots in Japan between 1970 and 1975. In 2009, affected by the global financial crisis, domestic manufacturing industry was in a downturn, and the number of industrial robots increased slightly. However, since the beginning of 2010, the application of industrial robots has resumed growth, with an annual increase of 14,978 units.

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