The world cleaning robot market is segmented based on product, vertical, and geography. The product segment is classified based on floor robot, pool robot, window robot, lawn robot, and others. The verticals covered in the report are residential, commercial, industrial, healthcare, and others. The market is divided geographically into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America, Middle East and Africa (LAMEA).
The study provides historic data of 2015 along with forecast from 2016 to 2024 based on volume (units) and revenue (US$ Mn). It includes drivers and restraints of the packaging robot market along with their impact on demand during the forecast period. The report also comprises the study of opportunities available in the market for packaging robot on the global and regional level.
”So robots will have to take on a bigger role in the assembly line. Many of those robots deployed on Chinese factory floors will be foreign-made though, according to Reuters. Despite government efforts to push the country’s robotics industry forward, foreign robot manufacturers still have a significant lead in the market for manufacturing robots in China. Foreign companies built 41,000 of the 56,000 industrial robots currently deployed in China, according to statistics from the International Federation of Robotics cited by Reuters.”
The robotic addition can be of great benefit to companies that requires applying custom product labels in large quantity in product lines. This addition will reduce all the man hours wasted by employees’ hand applying labels at slow speed than an applicator can apply them. This allows employers to use their staff for more important tasks and offers efficient production speed.
Even more critical, other costs like training costs especially in countries where there is inadequate skilled manpower will force the manufacture to invest in staff training and this will make offshore manufacturing unviable. Also because of competition and the supposedly cheaper labor may make it harder for the foreign investor to retain the workers he has invested heavily to train. This may result in a higher turnover of employees hence straining the operating finances.