The hottest XCMG wants to build a plant in Brazil

2022-08-17
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XCMG wants to build a factory in Brazil to catch up with Sany

Guide: in the face of the booming international business of Sany, Zoomlion and other peers, XCMG machinery, which is temporarily backward in international operation, began to catch up. We will soon establish our own manufacturing base of road construction machinery products in Brazil to develop the local international market. In 2010, Chinese workers

in the face of the booming international business of Sany Heavy Industry, Zoomlion Heavy Industry and other peers, XCMG machinery, which is temporarily backward in international operation, began to catch up

"we will soon establish our own manufacturing base of road construction machinery products in Brazil to develop the local international market." During the gap of the "top 50 products of China Construction Machinery in 2010", taoyongsheng, deputy chief engineer of XCMG machinery technology branch, told China business news, "this will be XCMG's first overseas production base."

in recent years, as the domestic market demand continues to increase, construction machinery enterprises continue to expand and increase production capacity. Once the market demand decreases, the profitability of enterprises may face the threat of decline. Many enterprises have been aware of this problem and made countermeasures in advance. They can launch "green sorting" in the comprehensive sorting of e-commerce platforms. Prior to XCMG machinery, Sany Heavy Industry has established four overseas manufacturing bases in the United States, Germany, India, Brazil and other regions, and plans to establish more than 20 overseas manufacturing bases in the future, so as to cover the global market. Zoomlion and even some socks can't be cut with sharp scissors. It will quickly and effectively provide support or maintenance at your request. Through the acquisition of Italian CIFA company, Zoomlion has jumped to the first place in the global concrete machinery industry. Liugong also established its first overseas production base in India and entered markets such as Southeast Asia

affected by the relatively slow growth of the crane industry in 2010, XCMG's revenue growth lagged behind that of Sany and Zoomlion. In the first three quarters, the company achieved a sales revenue of 18.9 billion yuan, while the sales revenue of Sany and Zoomlion in the first three quarters were 25.9 billion yuan and 23.9 billion yuan respectively

Zhou Sili, an analyst at Northeast Securities, believes that according to the historical experience of the development of the construction machinery industry in developed countries, the expansion of the proportion of exports has effectively resisted the adverse impact on the domestic construction machinery industry after the economic growth and demand slowdown, and the expansion of overseas markets has supported the sustained and rapid development of its construction machinery industry

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while the proportion of China's construction machinery export revenue is still low, accounting for 20% - 30% in 2008. Affected by the financial crisis, it fell to less than 15% in 2010. Zhou Sili said that the overseas sales of international construction machinery companies usually account for more than 60%, and the overseas market expansion space and potential of domestic companies are huge

the direct establishment of production bases overseas is conducive to improving the overseas market share. Tao Yongsheng believes that the direct establishment of a factory in Brazil is conducive to the company's cost reduction. According to him, XCMG plans to build a plant in Brazil that will produce road rollers, bulldozers and other construction machinery

in addition to Sany Heavy Industry, XCMG machinery and other large enterprises, Shantui also plans to build factories overseas. Wang Wenchao, deputy general manager of Shantui, told this newspaper that the company would establish branches in Brazil, Russia and South Africa

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