JMTBA

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JMTBAJapan Machine Tool Builders Association
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Onishi, chairman of Toyoda Machine Works Ltd., succeeded Toyo Kato, senior advisor of Toyoda Machine Works, as JMTBA chairman in the spring.
From January 2001, JMTBA began singling out the die and mold components of the general machinery sector and the auto parts component of the motor vehicle sector.
These products will serve as "the core production facilities" in users' factories, the JMTBA predicts.
The recovery is being led by Japanese demand as domestic orders took up 53.5 percent of total orders, overtaking foreign ones for the first time in three years, says JMTBA.
Like the Japanese economy as a whole, its cutting machine-tool sector is dependent heavily on exports, observes Kenichi Nakamura, JMTBA chairman.
Subsequently, details of the forecast will be released to participating members of those trade associations, like CECIMO member organizations, JMTBA, etc.; in the U.S., that release will be at the AMT's annual meeting Oct.
(JMTBA), whose members make metalcutting machine tools.
Kenichi Nakamura, chairman of the JMTBA told the press, "The period lasted long when the German users preferred using German machine tools.
As a result, the JMTBA concluded that the Japanese exports to Brazil of at least automotive industry's favorite machines will depend on the sales of Japanese vehicles there.
JMTBA is among a number of industrial associations that, together with the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI, formerly MITI), have recently had the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) amend some of Japan's depreciation rules.
The JMTBA also tried to raise college-students' interest in machine tools to help builders hire competent brains.
The total new orders clinched by the JMTBA members from their Chinese clients amounted to [yen] 49-billion yen (nearly $430-million) for the first six months of this year, up 13% from the same period a year earlier.