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‘The American Intelligence Community has finally
done to the USA
what they have been doing all around the world’.


Sunday, February 12, 2017

This week while we were farting around with Ivanka’s shoes and judges were making Foreign Policy – meanwhile in China….

Oh yooo hooo, attention:
Whining snowflakes 



KUKA AG is an internationally active company with sales of around 3 billion euro. Every day, roughly 12,300 KUKA employees at our headquarters in Augsburg and around the world work to ensure that we remain one of the world’s leading suppliers of intelligent automation solutions. Our international customers come from, among other sectors, the automotive industry and general industry. KUKA offers you everything from a single source: from the individual components to fully automated systems.

KUKA – The Global Automation Powerhouse

KUKA is one of the world’s leading specialists in automation. We provide you with complete turnkey solutions for your automation requirements. As an internationally operating technology corporation, we offer our customers everything they need from a single source: from the core component – the robot – to cells and fully automated systems. Industrie 4.0 is bringing the smart, digital factory and flexible manufacturing concepts to the fore.


China’s Midea buys Israeli co Servotronix

Founded in 1987, Servotronix develops automation solutions focused on motion control for a diverse range of industries including robotics, printing, textiles, medical equipment, renewable energy, CNC and machine tools, food and beverages, and electronics. Servotronix operates worldwide and has subsidiaries in Germany and China.
Midea, which has a company value of $30 billion and is listed on the Shenzen stock exchange, focuses on household goods, air-conditioning, robotics and automation.
wait a minute…


Make no mistake, this is one of the FINAL STAGES of what happens when low cost labor sucks manufacturing, then uses the engineering that’s required to get that going, generates mountains of gross profit and expands to either create the R&D necessary to lead the next production revolution, or IDENTIFY for acquisition those R&D centered corporations which are strategically placed in the next steps of manufacturing.
Feeling nervous for your children and grandchildren?
These guys might be making the robots that build the factories and other robots that make toys, and refrigerators, but they can as well produce aircraft, ship components, and space based materials and satellites or FURTHER ideas.
This is not an argument.
This is not theory.
This is real.
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Blogger Pastorius said...

That's a big company. At $30 billion, they are 60% the size of Ford in Market Capitalization.

They have nowhere to go but up.

The market doesn't seem to recognize it, though, for some reason.

Google's market cap is $834 billion, much of that, I believe, is based upon market speculation that the infrastructure they have built is has an inevitable destiny.

Ford's annual revenue, at about $150 billion, is almost twice that of Google, but Google is more profitable.

My point here being, Midea is at the forefront of a very important industry, but they are a Chinese company, and China is known for it's corrupt stock market propped up by fake reports which are encouraged within the relationship between government and corporation.

Additionally, the hard tech goods (computers, and other electronics) industry has proven to be extremely volatile, as it's corporations are required to keep up with both manufacturing and components innovation.

Companies like Wang, once a powerhouse, are largely forgotten.

But you certainly know more than I on this subject, so I bow to your wisdom.

Sunday, February 12, 2017 2:37:00 pm  
Anonymous thelastenglishprince said...

I curtsy, in Southern Belle fashion. smile

Sunday, February 12, 2017 2:43:00 pm  

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