Exceeded expectations! In the first half of the year, the net profit of Huichuan Technology may reach 2.1 billion
2022-08-08: [Article Link]
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On 1 August, the technology released its semi-annual performance forecast for 2022.
It shows an increase in performance during the reporting period, with net profits attributable to shareholders in listed companies ranging from 1,797 million to 2,110 million yuan, an increase of 15 to 35 per cent over the same period. Operating income is expected to range from 9,515 million to 11,170 million yuan, an increase of 15 to 35 per cent over the same period.
In terms of performance growth, HSCT suggests that companies have achieved faster growth in their general automation and industrial robotics operations, based on such advantages as “safe delivery, national product brands, multi-product integrated solutions” and rapid growth in the company's new-energy automobile-driven & power-driven systems operations as a result of increased penetration of new energy vehicles, and the impact of company spot-based vehicle release. The first half of the year was affected by the epidemic and the weakness of the economy, the shutdown of a large number of enterprises, the weak demand for industrial automation markets, and, from recent financial reports, some industrial robotic headlines have experienced gains and losses.
Indeed, six months of technologically stable growth in the Hong Kong SAR are the result of “guaranteed delivery.” For a number of reasons, including the epidemic, foreign producers are generally severely constrained by supply chain problems, production and distribution difficulties, and the supply cycle is even longer than one year, creating a gap in the penetration of the country’s product plates, and the more firms that do not rely on imported products, the more they are able to take advantage of the opportunities. It was described that the core components involved in robotic operations, with the exception of speed-reducing machines, had been fully self-manufactured, while benefiting from the advantages of a corporate automated product platform, which had led to a significant reduction in the cost of home-grown production, and that the Maori ratio of industrial robots had a better advantage than that of their peers.
In addition, as can be seen from the report, the net profit growth in the first half of the year was quite different from the increase in revenue, largely due to the timely adjustment of product prices, which, at the beginning of April this year, announced successive increases of 3 to 15 per cent and 5 to 8 per cent, respectively, in the prices of automated products under the flag and industrial robots of the whole series, which guaranteed the Maori rate of the product in the face of a sharp increase in the prices of upstream raw materials. Continuous coating of industrial robots.
In 2014, Segawa technology began to actively deploy robotics, achieve bulk sales of industrial robot products by 2016, introduce VI-branch industrial robots into the mass load field in 2018, and achieve a year-round excess of 10,000 by 2021, of which SCARA robots are ranked third in the domestic market and number one in the domestic market, becoming a veritable industrial robot head business. On the layout of the robotic operation, earlier, the technology of Sinkkawa indicated that the product series was currently being developed, extending from SCARA robots to six joint robots, from six to six joint robots, and from three Cs, lithium, photovolts, etc., to the auto assembly, metal processing, etc. In June of this year, the HSCT released two new IR-R60/IR-R80 six-band robotics, with a load of 80 kg, providing efficient and safe material handling, cutting and grinding services in the lithium, semiconductor, auto assembly, etc., which means that the official entry bureau has a large load of six-band robots, and in the latest research, the HST has indicated that the IR-R80-6 robot has achieved a small amount of sales in the automotive sector. The future prospects of industrial robotics are very much appreciated by the technology, which grew by 172.09 per cent in 2021, second only to the growth of the new energy vehicle business, to guarantee delivery capacity, to mitigate the lack of capacity, and to actively increase production deployment of the technology.
On 18 June, the Tanjing high-end equipment development and production base was officially launched in Hong Kong, where, according to the information received, a total investment of $5 billion in the project is to be located as a base for the manufacture of precision machinery, mainly for industrial robotics, industrial software, yarns, digitization and research and development, and will integrate industrial visual and graphics, magnetic suspended high-speed motors, automation, etc., with an expected annual yield of 280,000 fine filaments and 120,000 robots. A major market for future performance growth abroad
In recent years, home-grown robots have grown considerably, and the pattern of competition between domestic and foreign brands has begun to change, moving from a situation of almost parallel non-interference to a phase of short-term combat, but the Chinese market for industrial robots, while large, still does not satisfy the huge appetite of two dragons, many of which are simply zero-sum games and difficult to develop under the inner volume, is less likely to look beyond the borders with larger markets. Since the outbreak, there has been a sudden shift in the global labour market, not only in the “work-and-work” landscape, but also in the growing number of businesses that, in order to protect themselves against the risks of uncertainty, have begun to turn their eyes to automated technology and robotics, thus giving rise to infinite opportunities, which are the best arenas for many robotic enterprises.
International Robotics Association data show that the North American robot market developed well in the first quarter of this year, with 11595 industrial robots ordered by companies from the United States, Canada and Mexico, an increase of 28 per cent over the same period.
Alex Shikany, AAA member and Vice-President of Business Intelligence, said that as the epidemic resurfaced, more and more small and medium-sized companies were beginning to deploy robotic technology and automation, which was more feasible than ever.
It is in view of this that, now that the foreign market is actively deployed, 2022 has been defined as the Year of Internationalization, and international operations have begun to expand significantly to include people and resources in overseas markets. In terms of income growth, offshore operations are expected to grow faster than domestic business growth in the coming years.
In fact, domestic robots have developed their own business so far, they are the inevitable option to continue to expand their markets, and they do not necessarily lose if they go to sea. Today, more industrial robots are on the production line than simply duplicate jobs. Business would prefer cost-cutting, too expensive robots are not cost-effective, at a time when a relatively more valuable home-grown robot is certainly a better option. AI China Network https: //www.cnaiplus.com
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