GILDEMEISTER plans cooperation in China
Bielefeld. During the CIMT, the most important machine tool trade fair in China, the basis was set for a cooperation among GILDEMEISTER, the Japanese machine tool builder, Mori Seiki Co. Ltd., and the Chinese machine tool builder, Shen Yang Machine Tool (Group) Co., Ltd. (SYMG). This move takes account of the growing importance of China as the largest sales market worldwide for machine tools.
GILDEMEISTER and Mori Seiki, together with the important Chinese machine tool builder, SYMG, are planning a cooperation on an equal footing in China . The planned partnership will focus on the production of a machine series in Shenyang – primarily for the Chinese market. GILDEMEISTER is thereby underlining China ’s increasing importance as the largest sales market worldwide for machine tools with a continuing high rate of growth in the future.
The Executive Board
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