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Electric motor manufacturing industry in China

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Electric motor manufacturing industry in China

China's electric motor industry has been developed for 60 years. Most manufacturers produce low power and small-size motors. Small motor manufacturers are mostly located in Zhejiang province, Fujian province, and Guangdong province.[1] Only a few motor manufacturers produces high power and large-size motors, for example Wannan Motor.[2]

High power and large-size motors are often used in rolling mills, etc. In the last, ABB and Siemens large-size motors took a large market shares in China. However, ABB and Simens motor often have very high sale prices so that some rolling mills cannot afford. They need domestic large-size motors instead of ABB motors. Currently, those rolling mills can buy from domestic motor manufacturers which can produce such large-size motors.

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References

  1. ^ Lee, Yimin (1998), " An Introduction to China's Electric Motor Inductry", China Electric Motor, Spring, pp.15-25.
  2. ^ http://www.wnm-sh.com


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