China's machinery industry is the most dark period in the past
Release time：2015-12-28 browse：2961
The recovery of the machinery industry will evolve from the downstream equipment to the components and then to the machine tool, and the recovery is a gradual process. Current demand is still mainly from domestic demand, such as railway, highway, subway and other projects, if the second half of private investment and export recovery, the most obvious benefit is still the construction machinery industry, machine tools and other general equipment, shipbuilding industry recovery is lagging behind. As raw material prices continued to rise in power shortage is expected in the second half of the machinery industry earnings will be improved.
The machinery industry is currently in a mild recovery process. In the first half due to the shortage of capacity utilization, product price, reported the results were generally lower than expected, especially in the export driven industries such as ships, forklift, bulldozer has not yet bottomed out, but that the industry's darkest moment has been in the past.
July rainy season, construction machinery product sales fell normal phenomenon. To benefit from the infrastructure, automotive cranes, excavators and concrete machinery sales continuous two months year-on-year positive growth, earth mechanical loading machine and the bulldozer flat sales. New start growth is a forward-looking indicators, even if the fall is also at a historic high, that the second half of the construction machinery sales will be off-season is not weak.
The output of CNC metal cutting machine tool is picked up, and the first time in the year of July, the machine tool exports is increasing year by year.
The bottom of the demand for exports, signs of rebound is not obvious. South Korea construction machinery sales in June continued to go higher, down about 40%, a decline narrowed; Japan construction machinery sales amount is only restored to the same period last year 30%-40% German factories and machinery orders fell by 46% compared to May decline narrowed; U.S. June machine orders fell 64% Japanese machine tool orders are still only 20% of the same period last year.