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South Korea released a report, China’s robot is fifth in the world?

It is estimated that by 2024, the global robotics market is expected to exceed US$65 billion.

Recently, the Federation of Korean Industries released a report entitled “Global Robot Industry and South Korea’s Influence”. The report stated that among major countries in the world, China’s robot industry ranks fifth in competitiveness, ranking Japan, the United States, under Germany and Switzerland.

Competitiveness of the Robot Industry in various countries

In 2020, the global robotics industry market will reach US$24.3 billion (approximately RMB 170.7 billion). According to data from the Federation of Korean Industries, South Korea ranks first in the world in terms of robot density, with 932 Robots per 10,000 workers, far exceeding the global average of 126, and higher than Japan (390) and Germany ( 371 units), the United States (255 units), China (246 units).

Of course, robot density is directly related to the country’s Industrial structure and population. In terms of comprehensive competitiveness, Japan ranks first, Germany ranks second, and the United States ranks third, while South Korea lags behind China. According to the research data of the Korea Institute of Industrial Economy and Trade, the comprehensive competitiveness of the Korean robot industry ranks sixth among the six major countries of Japan, the United States, Germany, Switzerland, and China, and is at the lowest level.

Japan has major global Industrial Robot suppliers such as Kawasaki, Fanuc and Yaskawa, and has a very strong dominance in the robot industry. However, based on the vast land area of ​​the United States, the advantages of logistics robots are prominent. Many warehouses are equipped with automated assembly lines, and the system is relatively complete.

Germany has a long history of advantages in the manufacturing industry. It has advantages over other European regions in the field of robot production and application. It has well-known brands such as KUKA. Of course, this brand has been acquired by China Midea since 2016. .

In China, with the advancement of “Made in China 2025” and Industry 4.0, my country’s intelligent manufacturing level and robots are developing very rapidly.

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In addition to robot density and representative brands, factors such as market and industrial structure are also important factors to consider the level of robot development.

In 2022, the global robotics market will reach US$51.3 billion, with an average annual growth rate of 14% from 2017 to 2022. Among them, the market size of industrial robots will reach US$19.5 billion, service robots will reach US$21.7 billion, and special robots will exceed US$10 billion. It is estimated that by 2024, the global robotics market is expected to exceed US$65 billion.

Last year, industrial robots in the Asia-Pacific region performed outstandingly, accounting for about 39% of the world’s market share. Thanks to the use of robots in more and more industrial sectors, the sales shares of industrial robots in China, Japan, the United States, South Korea, and Germany ranked first in the world respectively. Among the top five, the Asia-Pacific region occupies 3 places. Among them, the Chinese market has the highest sales volume, accounting for 43% of the global market, with a strong growth momentum.

Recently, the Chinese Institute of Electronics released the “China Robot Industry Development Report (2022)”, which shows that the growth rate of my country’s robot market is impressive. The growth rate is as high as 22%.

Chinese power of robots

Today, the robotics industry is constantly stepping into new fields and opening up new scenarios. In addition to further deepening in the traditional fields of automobile manufacturing and electronics manufacturing, it has also opened up new paths in the fields of medical care and life, which ushered in new growth in the scale of this industry. Under the influence of the epidemic, unmanned delivery robots have also gained a wave of development opportunities, and have become the “hot spicy chicken” under market demand. The global service robot market is expected to reach US$21.7 billion this year, and is expected to grow to US$29 billion by 2024.

Riding on the wind of development, the current global robotics industry is booming. Under the catalysis of policies and markets, China’s robot market will gradually overcome the problems of key core components such as reducers, controllers, and servo systems, and show strong competitiveness.

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