Europe Automated Material Handling (AMH) Market 2019 Size, Trends, and Application with Top Key Players
The European automated material handling market is expected to register a CAGR of over 8.7% during the forecast period 2019 – 2024. Europe has been the most prominent adopter of industrial automation, owing to increasing investments in the Industry 4.0 revolution. According to CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Europe accounts for more than one third of the global Industry 4.0 investments. Western and Northern Europe are its main markets; especially Germany, where the term was originally coined, and which is a frontrunner.
Northern Europe is traditionally the most developed market regarding the use of automation in warehouses. Not only the high labor costs but also special attention to the working conditions at the factory has prompted the adoption of sophisticated and advanced automation. In Scandinavia, System Logistics has supported important clients in the food and beverage sector in the efficient management of warehousing, picking, and material handling operations.
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The global Europe Automated Material Handling (AMH) market is consolidated, with top players accounting for the major share of the market demand. The top market players include Viastore Systems GmbH, Murata Machinery Ltd, Vanderlande Industries BV, Beumer Group GmbH & Co. KG, Kardex AG, Ssi SchEfer Ag, Daifuku Co. Limited, Viastore Systems GmbH, Mecalux SA, Witron Logistik, Kuka Ag, Tgw Logistics Group GmbH and Others.
Scope of the Report
Automated materials handling (AMH) refers to any automation that reduces or eliminates the need for humans to check-in, check-out, sort material, or to move totes and bins containing library material. The mechanical equipment used in AMH systems include check-in machines, sorters, conveyors, singulators, stackers and unstackers, totes, bins, trolleys, and tote carriers.
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Key Market Trends
Automotive is Expected to Register a Significant Growth
In Europe, leading countries, such as France and Germany, are investing heavily in machinery and equipment. Their annual robot sales to the automotive industry, as a whole, increased by an average of 7% per year over the period of 2010-2015. During the aforementioned period, the demand from automotive part suppliers increased by 9%, due to a significant order for industrial robots from the motor vehicle sector. With the modernization and digitalization of production systems, the scope for employing innovative machinery and equipment is increasing.
World-class R&D infrastructure, complete industry value-chain integration, and highly qualified workforce create an internationally reputed automotive environment in France. In addition, investments and acquisitions by leading brands, to improve the speed and quality of production, are driving the growth of the automotive end-user vertical segment in the AMH market.
The demand-driven nature of the automotive supply chain in the United Kingdom (involving increasing levels of personalization within a vehicle) are forcing suppliers to the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to opt for automation (with greater levels of flexibility), thereby, leading to the growth of the automotive end-user vertical segment in the AMH market. Russia has the largest market for four wheelers in Europe and contributes heavily to the demand for automation of the assembly lines, of which conveyors are a major part. The major demand arises from this industry, after auto majors, like Volkswagen and Daimler, setup manufacturing facilities in the country.
Germany is Expected to Have the Largest Market Share
Germany is one of the major consumers of automated material handling solutions in the world. According to the recent estimates of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), Germany has a high robot density (294 units per 10,000 workers), after countries, like South Korea and Japan.
Also, Germany, being one of the largest manufacturers of robots, the availability of automated material handling solutions in the country is comparatively high. As of 2017, Germany was the fifth-largest producer of robots in the world. (IFR).
The German automotive industry has one of the largest manufacturing sectors in the world. According to the Germany Trade and Investment (GTAI) agency, of all premium brand vehicle produced globally, over 70% are German-OEM manufactured.
Many top manufacturers in the country are investing in expansion activities. For example, Audi, the third-largest maker of luxury automobiles in the world, based in Germany, plans to invest more than USD 50 billion over the next five years to expand its electric vehicle line up.
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