To promote and establish industrial alliances, to promote industry union, multi-industry union, complement each other are a strong starting point for Zhangzhou city to speed up industrial transformation and upgrading. A reporters learned that after the founding of the auto industry alliance industry association, steel industry alliance industry association, Zhangzhou will set up Mold
and Die Industry Alliance Industry Association in next month, so that many mold enterprises in the city will have a common "home" and can make a better progress hand in hand.
"After more than two months of preparation, the preparatory work is progressing smoothly, there are more than 100 enterprises which are interested members." She Zhang Nan who is in charge of the preparation of Mold and Die Industry Alliance Industry Association says that the association will be committed to the establishment of resources Integration and build the advantages of industrial clusters belonging to Zhangzhou. by the sharing of resources to link up upstream and downstream industry, upgrading the industry's core competitiveness to promote industry restructuring and upgrading, organizing, coordinating and guiding the city's mold industry work, and make Zhangzhou mold industry powerful.
Mold is the "mother of industry", which is widely used in the manufacturing of aerospace, automotive, electronics, instrumentation, home appliances, building materials, chemical engineering, metallurgy, electrical and communications equipment products.
About 60% to 80% of components of the industrial products need to rely on mold processing, 90% of plastic products are made directly from the mold. Mold manufacturing level is not only one of the important measure for a country's manufacturing, but also an important prerequisite for the development of related manufacturing industries. According to incomplete statistics, there are more than 2,000 mold-related enterprises in Zhangzhou City, but the development of mold enterprises is uneven. Besides, there are problems of low self-allocation, weak self-production development, low level of specialization, standardization and commercialization, poor collaboration and so on.