It is expected that the output of machine tools in Europe will rebound in 2011
for the machine tool manufacturers of the European machine tool Cooperation Committee (CECIMO), the second quarter of 2010 was very successful. The travel problem is an important step in the purchase of tensile testing machines. Its order index increased by 63% over the same period of 2009, resulting in a 48% year-on-year increase in the orders of the industry in the first half of the year. The increase in orders is mainly due to the growth in exports to the Asian market. In the first half of the year, overseas machine tool orders increased by more than 50% year-on-year. The growth of orders of domestic users in Europe is also driven by the growth of their overseas business. The figures in the third quarter are unfavorable to the study of the changes in the surface organization structure in the process of friction and wear. According to the preliminary display, overseas machine tool orders will still maintain a strong growth, while local orders will tend to be stableFilipgeerts, director general of CECIMO, pointed out: "In 2010, the output of machine tools in CECIMO member countries will be slightly lower than that in 2009. It will take some time for the output of machine tools to reflect the substantial increase in orders. We expect that the output of machine tools will rebound in 2011, reaching the level of 2009, but still a long way from the historical record of 2008. According to our prediction, the European machine tool market will continue to grow in the next few years."
in the past few years, the Asian machine tool market has always maintained rapid growth, and CECIMO has benefited from its growth. For example, in the first nine months of this year, China imported machine tools from Europe almost as much as from Japan, which is the traditional source of supply for China's high-end machinery. Compared with western countries, China still has a big gap in ecological environment, energy efficiency and transportation, but the developed countries are also changing. Geerts pointed out that the growth and employment promotion strategy in Europe will greatly stimulate the development of manufacturing industry, so as to create the most creative economy in 2020
the economic crisis has led some countries to take trade protection measures. CECIMO strongly supports "free trade" and competition based on market conditions. The free trade agreement (FTA) between the EU and the ROK will come into force in july2011, which will not only eliminate the tariffs of both sides, but also avoid the emergence of non-tariff barriers. At present, European machine tools are subject to 8% tariff in Korea, while Korean machine tools are subject to less than 3% tariff in Europe