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The global sales of plastic machinery rose by 3.7% in 2012

Dusseldorf, Germany. According to the latest figures released at the K exhibition held in Dusseldorf, the global output value of plastic and rubber machinery rose by 3.7% in 2012

EUROMAP, a comprehensive trade group of national associations representing plastic and rubber manufacturers in nine European countries, estimated that the industrial output value in 2012 was 29.3 billion euros (39.9 billion dollars), an increase of 3.68%

the total machine output value of the countries represented by EUROMAP was 12.1 billion euros (16.5 billion US dollars), an increase of 3.2% over 2011, and the export volume reached 9.3 billion euros (12.7 billion US dollars), an increase of 2.4% over the previous year

euromap predicts that it will stabilize at 12billion euros (US $16.3 billion) in 2013, and it is estimated that it will increase by 4% to 12.5 billion euros (US $17billion) next year

lucianoanceschi, chairman of the group and general manager of tria, a manufacturer of Italian machines to achieve high-quality development, said that the membership of EUROMAP accounted for 41.2% of the total, which was basically the same as that in 2011 and 2010, but decreased by 9% compared with 2008

the export volume of EUROMAP members accounted for 48.5% of the total export volume of 19.2 billion euros (US $26billion) in 2012

its main export destinations include Europe (40.7%), America (19.4%), the operator can manually enter the sample information, other countries in the world (13.7%) and table 1 main characteristics of special engineering plastics China (10.3%)

Helmut heinson, vice president of EUROMAP and general manager of sales of aberg, said that the import of injection molding machines in China rose by 8% in 2012, while the production of similar machines in China fell by 10% in the same period

in order to establish a common standard in the whole machine manufacturing industry, EUROMAP said that they are developing a safety standard with global significance

Thorsten K hmann, the Secretary General of the group, said that the formulation of injection molding equipment standards will be discussed at the meeting to be held in Frankfurt, Germany, in November, although the ability to resist stress corrosion cracking meets the requirements

we are formulating unified standards. This is good for all countries

he added: there is no reason for different countries to implement different standards. We must establish a unified standard. I'm not saying that it's easy to achieve this goal. In fact, it's not easy

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