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How far is stone machinery from "intellectual creation"?
With increasingly fierce competition and ever-increasing demand for production and processing, how can a stone machinery company break through in order to better catch the “smart manufacturing” train? The concept of “Made in China 2025” in December 2014 was first proposed so far, and for almost three years, it was less than one-third of the first decade of the Chinese government’s implementation of the “manufacturing power” strategy. However, along with the introduction of “Made in China 2025”, the word “smart manufacturing” has increasingly become a major trend and core content of the future manufacturing industry. China’s manufacturing industry has officially embarked on a transformation and upgrade with smart manufacturing as an important development direction. road.
Many industries have used this as an outlet to take advantage of the opportunities and began to make unremitting explorations in this field. As an important part of the manufacturing industry, China's stone machinery is also in the train to “smart manufacturing”, and it is rushing forward with strength. After years of development, "Made in China" has long been known around the world, and more than 220 kinds of industrial products rank first in the world. However, the impressive performance of “Made in China” cannot hide the hidden dangers of product quality behind the prosperity. Stone machinery industry is also difficult to avoid. "Big but not strong," many people in the industry talk about the symptoms of the Chinese stone machinery industry, these four words "in the same shape", which has almost become the label of the stone machinery industry. Over-reliance on the growth of physical production, long-term dependence on the introduction of technology, the accumulation of experience in independent innovation and talent cultivation lags behind... The long-term accumulation of weaknesses under inertial growth is gradually amplified with the gradual transformation and upgrading of the stone industry structure.