July 7, SUPCON held the
seminar of “Made in China 2025” in Hangzhou, and invited Dong Jingcheng, the
consultant of China Instruments Manufacturers Association, and an expert in
intelligent manufacturing field, to explain “Made in China 2025”. 240 people
attended this seminar with Qiu Feng, Executive Officer of SUPCON
“Made in China 2025” is a ten-year
national plan, which is designed to transform China from a low-end manufacturing
giant into a world intelligent manufacturing power. It is an important
opportunity for China to innovate its manufacture, and also an opportunity for
future development of SUPCON.
During the two-hour seminar, as a
well-known scientist, Dong Jingcheng explained “Made in China 2025” detailedly
via comparison with German “Industry 4.0”.
He pointed out, “Made in China
2025” emerged as Chinese factories still struggle with decreasing demand,
increasing competition from international competitors and slower economic
growth. In such a situation, the country must come up with a “Made in China
2025” strategy in order to “bring down operating costs and boost efficiency and
innovation in the manufacturing sector”.
After seminar, how to utilize
superiority of SUPCON’s technology to establish paradigmatic intelligent
manufacture in process industry, should be thought about with the strategy of
“Made in China 2025” deeply.