Huawei plans to boost investment in innovation to build new products, to enhance and accelerate new technologies. The company held its 19th annual Global Analyst Summit in Shenzhen from April 26 to 27.
"For more than 30 years, Huawei have been innovating nonstop to create value for our customers and society. Innovation has become a core part of Huawei's DNA. Despite considerable operational challenges over the past few years, we have continued to steadily increase our investment in R&D. For nearly a decade, our strategy has been to re-invest at least 10% of our annual revenue back into R&D. Last year, we invested 22%," Huawei's Rotating Chairman Ken Hu said during the event.
Hu went on to discuss the specific initiatives that Huawei is working on to realize its vision for the future. "We are currently focusing on three areas: strengthening our approach to innovation, equipping all industries with the tools and knowledge they need to go digital, and helping build a low-carbon world."
According to him, Huawei sees two major trends: all industries are going digital, and the world is setting its sights on low-carbon development.
“Needless to say, no organizations these days are asking themselves whether or not they ought to go digital. They're more concerned about how to go digital and how to do it well,” said Hu.
"In Huawei’ view, the ICT and finance industries were first-movers, so their transformation goes deep – all the way down to their core production systems. Industries like electric power, fuel, and manufacturing are using digital technology to solve production challenges, whereas the digital journey of industries like real-estate, construction, and agriculture has only just begun. Because these industries are at different stages of the transformation process, they naturally have different concerns. For the past 10 years, we've been going through our own digital transformation. We've gained a lot of valuable experience along the way," Hu said.
Moving forward, Huawei is taking active steps to boost its business resilience and ensure steady development. "We have to keep the ball rolling through nonstop innovation, creating value for customers and society," Hu added.
"We look forward to working more closely with our customers and partners to build a greener intelligent world."
Ken Hu, Huawei's Rotating Chairman, speaking at HAS 2022
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GT Mobile Fast Dryers have proven to be durable and highly compatible for the Philippines' tropical conditions, as more agribusinessmen and farmers' cooperatives have placed their trust on the mobile fast dryers since 2011.
All Certified Equipment Trading Corporation (ACETC) has sold at least 381 units of the GT Mobile Fast Dryers since their introduction in June 2011, the year the company started its operations, to August this year. Since their introduction in the Philippines in 2006 by a previous distributor, a total of 403 units of GT dryers have been sold up to August this year.
Most of the GT Mobile Fast Dryers sold in the Philippines are still in service as their operators have also placed their trust on ACETC the company for the maintenance of their dryers.
Also, all GT Mobile Fast Dryers from the United States are complete packages, since they already have built-in motors and systems for drying grains.
"GT Mobile Fast Dryers have gained a reputation for being suited for local, tropical conditions here, and being durable and long-lasting given proper maintenance," ACETC Chairman and President Benigno O. Limcumpao said.
ACETC believes that when introducing new farm equipment in tropical countries like the Philippines, factors like excessive heat, dust and torrential rains should never be overlooked.
For his part, ACETC Vice President and General Manager Bhong C. Amoroso said ACETC makes sure that every GT Mobile Fast Dryer that is sold in the Philippines is serviced by the company's highly-trained personnel and supplied with genuine quality parts from GT Manufacturing Inc. based in the United States.
"GT Mobile Fast Dryers could provide decades of service, and there are existing models in other countries that are still functioning after two or three decades of use," he said.
GT Mobile Fast Dryers could dry corn or palay (unhusked rice), and could be transported in the field with a farm tractor. This reduces the need for corn and rice farmers to transport their grains to a drying facility that is located over a long distance. GT Mobile Fast Dryers could also be used to dry sorghum.
ACETC offers three GT Mobile Fast Dryers for the Philippine market: 245XL with 6-ton capacity; 345XL with 8.9-ton capacity; and 545XL with 12.7-ton capacity. All models can dry grains to a moisture content of 31% to 14%.
To dry grains, GT Mobile Fast Dryers can run on an electric motor using a 3-phase line and generating set, a simple four-cylinder diesel engine, or the PTO of a farm tractor. This makes the GT Mobile Fast Dryers very versatile, as they still can operate in areas where there is no electrical power.
GT Mobile Fast Dryers are backed by 65 years of innovation by GT Manufacturing, which has been exporting its mobile dryers to more than 83 countries including the Philippines.
ACETC also distributes Massey Ferguson farm tractors and the 2168 Combine Harvester; Yanmar, Kaiao and Platinum small engines for largely agriculture applications; farm implements from Kuhn, KK, SiP, FAE, Berti, Bison and CMT; GT Mobile Fast Dryers; Max Cane Loaders; Rain Bird advanced irrigation systems; and Tajima 3-in-1 knapsack type sprayers.
ACETC is known in the agricultural sector as the best "Partner in Farm Modernization."
One of the leaders in the ongoing revolution in the country to modernize and industrialize the country's agriculture sector with farm mechanization being pushed as one of the primary solutions.
ACETC is the distributor and after-sales provider of respected global brands that provide cutting-edge technologies for farm mechanization.
Founded in May 2011, ACETC has successfully made Massey Ferguson the top farm tractor brand in the Philippines.