Today's CNC precision machining, can Taiwan surpass the mainland?
by：QY Precision 2020-02-13
In the era of Asian Clover, Taiwan's CNC precision machining has a strong market influence. With the take-off of Taiwan's economy, many residents have started CNC stainless steel processing and CNC copper products processing at home. This kind of business model of the front shop and the back factory has enabled Taiwan to obtain many international orders, foreign exchange reserves are also increasing. The rise of Taiwan's CNC precision machining industry is inseparable from the wave of international industry transfer. When the mainland began to reform and open up, the International parts processing industry also shifted to the mainland. In China's coastal areas, countless family workshops are also engaged in CNC stainless steel processing, CNC copper products processing and other three to one supplement trade, almost a replica of Taiwan's front shop and rear factory model. The mainland's CNC precision machining started from the trade of 'three to one supplement. Taiwan's processing enterprises, which have grown up from CNC stainless steel processing and CNC copper products processing services, have also begun to move their factories to the mainland to undertake international orders. There are not only cheap labor but also a broad market that is emerging. Why have Enterprises gambling on national transportation been mistreated! Today, all influential Taiwan CNC precision machining enterprises came to the mainland at that time. At the same time, Western machining giants are also laying out the Chinese market. They are teachers of CNC stainless steel processing and CNC copper products processing in Taiwan, and they have also become teachers in mainland China. Today, CNC precision machining in mainland China has become the most representative industry and has made China a world factory. Many of the CNC stainless steel processing and CNC copper products processing workshops in the eyes of these teachers have developed into machining giants. Today's Taiwan-funded CNC precision machining enterprises have not opened the mainland market.