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minor, with 380 robots supplied in 2008, but it is growing in importance. Turkey is becoming an attractive production site for the international automotive industry, along with China, India, Malaysia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Iran. Exports of motor vehicles and automotive parts are increasing rapidly. More motor vehicles are now assembled in Turkey than in the United Kingdom or Sweden. Total accumulated yearly sales, measured since industrial robots started to be introduced in industry at the end of the 1960s, amounted to more than 1,980,000 units at the end of 2008. Many of the early robots, however, have by now been taken out of service. The stock of industrial robots in actual operation is therefore lower. The total worldwide stock of operational industrial robots at the end of 2008 is estimated to be between 1,151,000 units, with a possible maximum of 1,350,000 units. The average length of service life is 12 years. A pilot study has indicated that the average service life might in fact be as long as 15 years, which would result in a worldwide stock of 1,350,000 units. When the minimum 2008 stock of 1,151,000 units is compared with the 1,116,400 units at the end of 2007, it represents an increase of 3 percent. The world market for industrial robots is projected to increase from 112,200 units in 2006 to 123,100 in 2008. From 2008, it will rise by a yearly average of 4.2 percent to 139,300 in 2010, as shown Fig. 8.45. In 2008, the worldwide supply of industrial robots has increase by 10 percent. Investments by the automotive industry will be more buoyant than in 2007: In Europe, increasing demand has already been registered, especially in Central/Eastern Europe, Italy, Sweden, and Germany. In North America, competition within the automotive industry will cause robot purchases to rise again. Asian car suppliers
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boosted their investment in the home market as well as overseas. Demand in China will grow more moderately. In India, Asia, Central/ Eastern Europe, and South America, the robot supply will again increase at an above-trend rate. Robot supplies will stagnate in the Republic of Korea, while in Japan growth of about 7 percent can be expected. The optimistic view for 2010 in all three regions is partly a result of encouraging robot supplies to general industry meaning, all industries except the automotive. After the decrease in 2006, demand from the electrical/electronics industry also should be higher in 2010. Robust growth in robot shipments worldwide can be expected between 2009 and 2010. Stagnating or only slowly growing investments by motor vehicle suppliers worldwide will be compensated to a certain degree by more vigorous demand across all other industries. In terms of units, it is estimated that the worldwide stock of operational industrial robots will increase from about 1,151,000 units at the end of 2008 to 1,350,000 at the end of 2010, representing an average annual growth rate of 5.4 percent.
Measurements of Robot Density Based on the Total Number of Persons Employed
In 2001 2008, employment slightly decreased in most of the countries surveyed, while the stock of robots continued to increase. In Japan, the stock of operating robots as well as employment within the sector fell in the period 2001 to 2008. In Japan and in the Republic of Korea, which collect data on all types of industrial robots and are therefore not comparable with other countries, they have a high density of robot installations. In 2008, 410 robots in Japan and 210 robots in the Rep. of Korea were in operation per 10,000 persons employed in the manufacturing industry. With 186 robots per 10,000 employed in the manufacturing industry, Germany is the country with the highest robot density in Europe, followed by Italy with 138, and Sweden with 123. In Finland the density amounted to 101, followed by the United States with 99, France with 92, and Spain with 79 robots per 10,000 employed in the manufacturing industry. The densities in Denmark, Austria, the Benelux, Switzerland, Australia, and the United Kingdom ranged between 50 and 75. In Norway, the density was 33 and in Portugal 19. Countries in central and eastern Europe, with the exception of the Czech Republic, have even lower densities. Despite this large range in the robot densities of the European countries mentioned, it is interesting to note that the robot density in Germany is about 90 percent higher than that of the United States.
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