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2022-07-23
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Evert has successively acquired four Italian industrial robot enterprises, thereby completing the vertical integration of the industrial chain, or the listing is imminent

according to the documents recently disclosed by Anhui securities regulatory bureau, at the beginning of 2019, evert Intelligent Equipment Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as evert) signed an IPO (initial public offering) coaching agreement with Guosen Securities. This domestic industrial robot leader has officially launched the plan to land in the domestic capital market. However, EFT has not disclosed which capital platform it will eventually land on

according to the documents recently disclosed by Anhui securities regulatory bureau, at the beginning of 2019, evert Intelligent Equipment Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as evert) signed an IPO (initial public offering) coaching agreement with Guosen Securities. This domestic industrial robot leader has officially launched the plan to land in the domestic capital market. However, EFT has not disclosed which capital platform it will eventually land on

evert was founded in 2007 and was born out of Chery's equipment department, an automobile manufacturer with headquarters also located in Wuhu, Anhui Province. After seven years of autonomous robot research and development, evert has successively sold overseas since 2014 and acquired four upstream and downstream Italian industrial robot enterprises. These companies have a history of more than 20 years in their industries. By the end of last year, the four newly merged enterprises had 13 subsidiaries in the world, distributed in Italy, Germany, Poland, France and Brazil

it is understood that this "two wheel drive" strategy of independent research and development plus overseas mergers and acquisitions has changed the development track of evert, and it has completed the vertical integration of the industry, that is, from the core parts of the upstream to the robot body, and then to the system integration of the downstream. Relying on the endorsement of overseas companies, Everett has been able to expand its robot market abroad, thus becoming the first echelon of domestic independent brand robots

according to the analysis, Eve has mentioned publicly that overseas acquisitions have strengthened the company's technical strength in multiple segmented application fields, and improved the revenue scale and profit level at the same time. The number of samples that must be suitable before the start of continuous M & A is n, and the annual sales volume of evert's industrial robots is about one third of the current volume. The data shows that at present, the annual production capacity of the fixture industrial robot and intelligent equipment with small experimental force of evert is 10000 sets, and the next generation of intelligent industrial robot R & D and industrialization project is under construction. The project, with a total investment of 120million yuan, was commenced in February this year

traditional industrial robots are considered to lack the ability to learn and think, and the next generation of intelligent robots will have their own "brains". After the completion of the new project of evert, it is estimated that 200 sets of next-generation intelligent robot systems and equipment can be produced every year. According to the data, the earliest overseas acquisition object of evert is CMA, a spraying robot and solution provider. Evolut, which was subsequently acquired, is good at metal surface treatment. The third acquisition points to robox, a control system manufacturer upstream of the industrial chain. After the M & A, evert has successively established joint ventures with three companies in China to transfer manufacturing functions to China to reduce costs, digest and absorb overseas technologies to develop markets and form synergy with overseas companies

the latest acquisition of evert was completed in 2017. It acquired all the equity of WFC, which provides automation solutions for customers in the automotive, rail transit and aviation industries. According to public reports, the transaction value of this acquisition exceeded 1billion yuan. In order to complete this acquisition, evert carried out a new round of financing that year, and cornerstone capital and CDH investment fund became the second and fourth largest shareholders of the company. The largest shareholder of evert is still a joint venture established by Wuhu SASAC and Midea Group (). Midea Group took a stake in evert in 2016, holding about 12% of the shares of this industrial robot company

according to the South China Morning Post, with the development of UAV technology and the growing demand for UAV spraying, planting and seeding in Chinese agriculture, the industrial UAV market has begun to flourish. The UAV drivers have more freedom and work flexibility, which also makes more and more young people start to join the industry

according to the South China Morning Post, with the development of UAV technology and the growing demand for UAV spraying, planting and seeding in Chinese agriculture, the industrial UAV market has begun to flourish. The UAV drivers have more freedom and work flexibility, which also makes more and more young people start to join the industry

Although it has been ten years since he left a small car manufacturer in Wuhan, zhubeibei still remembers the pungent smell of rubber tires. At the age of 19, after graduating from the technical school, zhubeibei found his first job in that factory, with a monthly salary of 900 yuan, and often worked overtime. He resigned six months later

zhubeibei, 29, said in an interview: "when I work in the factory, I need to get up at 2 p.m. and work all night until 10 a.m." "I work like a robot every day. I don't have much spare time and can't talk to others. I don't see any hope of promotion or opportunity to improve my skills."

after leaving, zhubeibei has done various jobs and sold agricultural products. Later, a friend asked him if he had ever operated a UAV. Zhubeibei had never been exposed to drones before, but after five days of training, he became a qualified drone driver and joined a drone company spraying pesticides

if the material gradually turns into viscous fluid, now zhubeibei has his own company with 30 UAV pilots. The company helps farmers spray herbicides every year, with an income of 3million yuan

this is very good for a farmer's son. Zhubeibei's mother once complained that her son had quit his factory job without authorization, because the job had retirement benefits. But after zhubeibei worked in Xinjiang for 45 days and earned 80000 yuan with drones, her mother smiled

with the maturity of technology, the demand for agricultural UAV drivers is also rising, which enables skilled UAV drivers to cover a larger area than human hands

at present, farmers in rural China often choose to lease their land to companies. The company can integrate and utilize economies of scale and deploy technologies such as UAV spraying to improve agricultural production. In Japan and other countries, UAVs have also been used locally

in order to take advantage of this trend, companies such as Dajiang, headquartered in Shenzhen, are turning more resources to the development of industrial UAVs. Dajiang occupies 70% of the global commercial UAV market. Dajiang believes that the latest UAVs, including mavic 2 and Agras mg-1, will fully target the industrial field that accounts for more than half of the global USD 9billion UAV market

drones are just one example of the growing number of new jobs created by the global sharing economy. The popularity of carpooling gave birth to didi drivers, while on-demand service applications such as hungry and meituan Dianping under Alibaba group created employment opportunities for a large number of meal delivery workers

these jobs usually have more free time than traditional factory jobs. In traditional factory work, workers spend hours in one place, assembling iPhones for Apple or Buick cars for general motors. This makes manufacturers need to find enough workers for factories

Dongguan is the manufacturing center in southern China. Zhang Ying, a local recruiter, said: "Chinese millennials and post millennials have received higher education. They are often willing to change jobs in order to seek higher salaries and more freedom." "This is a headache for all manufacturers, and it is not easy to solve."

for jubeibei, his new career has also given him more freedom, money and respect

when working in hot summer, farmers will entertain zhubeibei and his company's employees with watermelons and cool white flowers. Zhubeibei can set the UAV to automatic driving mode with the iPad, then get into the car, chat with friends, or find more customers on the. Sometimes, he will live broadcast the beautiful scenery taken by UAVs

from March to October, zhubeibei worked hard. When he was on his way to farmland construction across the country, including nylon engineering plastic project, nylon fiber project and polyoxymethylene project, he would miss the time with his wife and three-year-old daughter

but in the vast rural areas of China, zhubeibei sang and whistled, watching his drone fly freely in the sky

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