TOKYO -- Mitsubishi Electric and Kawasaki Heavy Industries are among Japanese machinery manufacturers moving to produce more robots and factory automation products in China amid a push there to improve factory efficiency.
Mitsubishi Electric plans to invest an estimated 2 billion yen ($17.6 million) to boost the output capacity of motors and numerical control devices for machine tools at a plant in Jiangsu Province. It intends to construct a new building about the same size as the existing one, aiming to bring the new facility onstream this year.
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