10 Highest Revenue Machine Tool Companies
Machine tool has huge market. The 2018 US market was over $7.503 Billion US Dollar. The eager to but a new machine tool can divided into following reasons: Increase productivity, increase capacity, reduce costs, new model launch, tighter quality standards, process flexibility, make instead of buy. Job shop are the main buyers of machine tools which is occurred around 19% of the market. Here we would like to introduce who are the 10 highest revenue machine companies:
- DMG Mroi, Germany/Japan, $34 billion US dollar
Behind DMG MORI is the combined engineering mastery of 70 years of Mori Seiki and 148 years of GILDEMEISTER. As “Global One Company” we are present worldwide at 157 sales and service locations – thereof 14 production plants – and supply customers from 42 different industries in 79 countries.
Now more than ever, DMG MORI aims at quality without compromise. To this end, we are driving our “First Quality” strategy forward with numerous measures:
- 36-month warranty period for all motor spindles of the “MASTER” series, without any restriction on hours
- More than 95% spare parts availability for your DMG MORI machine
- Qualified DMG MORI service employees for quick service and support
- 24/7 hotline for immediate support with service issues around the clock
- Highly specialised application engineers to optimise your production processes
Integral portfolio in milling and turning – DMG MORI offers optimum solutions for flexible and efficient production in the automotive sector. For the Aerospace, Automotive, Die & Mold and Medical sectors DMG MORI realises holistic, application-specific turnkey solutions in its DMG MORI Technology Centers. From automated 5-side machining up to challenging 5-axis simultaneous milling - with 5-axis milling machines from DMG MORI you are in the safest of hands.
- Mazak, Japan, $34-36 billion US dollar (Estimated)
Yamazaki Mazak is one of the biggest machine tool builders around the world, Yamazaki Mazak was established in 1919 and began the establishment of overseas facilities in 1974. Mazak sets a precedent in CNC development with the introduction of our MAZATROL programming language in 1981. And, over the last three decades, we’ve continued to improve upon this programming language to easily put infinite part production capabilities under your control. Mazak has been successfully manufacturing some of the world’s most advanced HYBRID Multi-Tasking, Multi-Tasking, 5-axis, turning and milling machines since 1974 in its Florence, Kentucky manufacturing facility.
- TRUMPF, Germany, $30 billion US dollar
In 1923, Christian Trumpf and two partners acquired Julius Geiger GmbH, a machine shop in Stuttgart. The company manufactured flexible shafts used in metal processing machines, amongst other applications, and motor-driven hand shears for cutting sheet metal. TRUMPF is a high-tech company offering manufacturing solutions in the fields of machine tools, laser technology, electronics, and power tools. TRUMPF offers you systems and units for flexible sheet and tube processing: Bending, punching, combined punch laser processes, 2D and 3D cutting applications, or laser welding. Furthermore, TRUMPF offers all relevant laser technologies for additive manufacturing from a single source. In September 2017 the company has opened a new technology center in Chicago, IL for Industry 4.0 solution that is designed for digitally connected production processes.
- SMTCL, China, $28 billion US dollar
SMTCL is the World's Largest Machine Tool Company headquartered in Shenyang, with Design Centers in Germany and China, and Manufacturing Campuses in China and Germany. We also provide Customer Engineering, Training, and Service Support throughout the world. We make Milling, Boring, Turning, and Drilling machines for a variety of industries including Automotive, Aerospace, Defense, Medical, Energy, Construction, and Consumer Goods.
- Amada, Japan, $26 billion US dollar
AMADA machine tools consistently set global standards for performance and reliability. AMADA HOLDINGS CO., LTD. , a company which is constantly chosen by its customers and by the community, has taken the first step towards guaranteeing its first century in business. As soon as the company was established in 1946. AMADA CO., LTD. mainly focuses on the sheet metal fabrication machine business and offers a wide range of products specializing in cutting, bending and joining, such as laser machines and punch/laser combination machines. AMADA ORII CO., LTD. provides products in stampingpresses and stamping press equipments, spring machines. Stamping press business. AMADA MACHINE TOOLS CO., LTD. provides a full line of products specializing in cutting and machining metal blocks and forming metal sheets and including metal cutting machines, grinding machines. Metal cutting: Band saw machines, Structural steel fabrication machines; Grinding business: Multiprocess center, Grinding machines.
- Dalian, China, $24 billion US dollar
- KOMATSU, Japan, $23 billion US dollar
Komatsu NTC Ltd. was founded in 1945. Komatsu NTC products consist of transfer machines / exclusive-purpose machines, machining centers, grinding machines, and semiconductor manufacturing equipment. Worldwide, the Komatsu Group consists of Komatsu Ltd. and 258 other companies (215 consolidated subsidiaries and 42 companies accounted for by the equity method). Komatsu is the world's second largest manufacturer of construction equipment and mining equipment after Caterpillar.
KOMATSU has won an everlasting trust of KOMATSU customers by solving the problems regarding the machining lines for automotive parts at which we are good as well as for engines of all-purpose, and regarding diverse-types-and-small-quantity production by Horizontal/Vertical Column Traverse Machining Centers of all-purpose arranged in a new lineup.
- Schuler, Germany, $16 billion US dollar
Schuler AG is a German company headquartered in Göppingen, Baden-Württemberg which operates in the field of forming technology and is the world's largest manufacturer of presses. For years now, Schuler has played a pioneering role in the industry when it comes to blue-chip technology and innovation. From simulation through to series production, Schuler supplies prototypes and dies for complete vehicle assemblies and gearbox components. The future starts with Schuler.
- Jtekt, Japan, $15 billion US dollar
Toyoda’s complete line of machines range from vertical and horizontal machining centers to grinding machines, bridge and gantry machines to turning centers. Toyoda bridge and gantry machines provide the power, stability, and durability required in machining large workpieces. This lineup features vibration-dampening Meehanite cast iron bases, effective coolant filtration systems, and fully-equipped Fanuc controls. Toyoda offers an extensive lineup of high-performance universal, cylindrical, camshaft, and crankshaft grinding machines.
- Okuma, Japan, $13 billion US dollar
Eiichi Okuma began his own business, the manufacture and sales of noodle-making machines in 1898. As the industry’s top single-source provider of CNC machine tools, it’s a given that we’re dedicated to delivering CNC machines, drives, motors, encoders, spindles, and CNC controls of the highest quality. You can use Okuma machine in Aerospace, Defense, Automotive, construction, agriculture, Fluid power, oil & energy, medical, die and mold industries. Okuma related products includes GENOS L2000-E, MCR-A5CII, VTR-160A, MCR-BIII, MCV-AII, GP/GA15W, GA/GP-36FII, GI-20NII.