Since the cold water machine, plastic crusher and other mechanical equipment produced by Dongguan Guansheng Machinery Co., Ltd. are widely used in the rubber and plastic machinery industry, it is naturally necessary to understand the relevant reports of the rubber and plastic industry. The technology level of the industry is still in a leading position. Although domestic technology development has made rapid progress, there is still a gap.
According to a recent report issued by the German Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing Federation (VDMA), Germany continues to rank at the top of the global rubber and plastics machinery exporting countries and regions. In the first half of 2010, demand in all global markets increased significantly. Thorsten Kühmann, managing director of the rubber and plastic machinery branch of VDMA, said: "The market development trend is better than expected at the beginning of the year, and members of this branch have also given optimistic expectations for orders in various places in the second half of the year."
One of the four quarters of the world
Although world trade suffered a dramatic collapse and German exports also fell sharply, last year Germany successfully maintained its market position, accounting for 24% of global deliveries. Second, Europe, the United States and Asia also achieved significant market share in the global market in the end of the financial crisis in 2009.
In Europe, German equipment accounts for 31% of global machinery deliveries to customers, and up to 39% in countries outside the EU.
In Asia, less than 24% of all equipment introduced in 2009 was made in Germany. Therefore, Germany offers more equipment than Japan. German suppliers also rank first in the Near East and the Middle East (29%), and Central and South Asia (25%). However, Japan has a significant leadership position in the ASEAN market and is also slightly ahead in the Far East.
German equipment also has very strong demand in the American continent. In North America, 26% of German equipment exhibitions are delivered globally, in Central America, 18%, and South America, 20%. More than a third of the equipment exported to Central America comes from the United States, while in South America, suppliers from Italy, the United States and China are highly competitive.
Chinese rubber and plastic equipment suppliers have split 22% of the African market, with Italy accounting for 19% and Germany ranking third with 15%.
Other leading markets
Among the nine countries and regions in the global rubber and plastics machinery market listed by VDMA, following Germany, the largest market share is Italy (11.6%), Japan (11.1%), China (9.3%), and the United States. (7.7%), France (5.4%), Taiwan (4.9%), Austria (4.4%), Canada (4.2%). These nine markets account for 83.9% of the global market.
It can be seen from the wave chart that Germany's market share is relatively stable, and has been steadily occupying more than 20% of the market for many years. Italy is also relatively stable. It has been stable between 10% and 13%. Japan has fluctuated greatly. It reached a development peak of 17.7% in 2000, but the fluctuation has changed in recent years and has decreased. Throughout the nine regions, only China's market share has shown a clear upward trend year by year.
The triennial global rubber and plastics industry event, the German K exhibition, is about to be held. German rubber and plastics machinery and raw material suppliers will once again show their heyday. According to the K exhibition organizer, about 40% of the exhibition area will display German technology or German manufacturing. Let us look forward to this world event of rubber and plastic, which is full of "future elements", held in Dusseldorf, Germany from October 27th to November 3rd.
On the other hand, a recent survey report released by the German Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing Association (VDMA) shows that most companies in this industry hope to significantly increase overseas sales by 2015, especially in China. VDMA Chairman Lindner said that Germany ’s main competitors in the mechanical manufacturing industry in the future will come from China, India and Brazil, so German companies must accelerate the expansion of local market share. The report also predicts that German machinery output will increase by 6% in 2010 and reach 8% in 2011.
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