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China lacks mobile building codes

Buildings generally have standards that regulate what is safe and what is not safe. However, in the field of movable buildings, China faces the embarrassment of lack of standards. "For temporary or movable buildings, China has not yet formed industry standards or legal norms, and enterprises rely on consciousness." Chen Yibin, managing director of the world's largest mobile building manufacturer Rosberg China, recently accepted the China Economic Times The reporter said in an interview. Movable buildings are often used in large-scale events, disaster relief, exhibitions, tents and other fields. With the rapid rise of the consumer market represented by e-commerce and the automotive industry, the commodity and high-end manufacturing industries have ushered in growth opportunities, which has led to explosive growth in logistics and warehousing demand. Due to its economy and flexibility, mobile building and storage systems have been increasingly used in large storage centers, industrial parks, airports and trade ports. According to Chen Yibin's forecast, in the next five to ten years, the global growth rate of mobile construction applications in the industrial sector will reach 30%, while in China it will reach 60%. During the 2008 Olympics, Lausberg worked with the Beijing Municipal Construction Commission, the Beijing Public Security Bureau, and others to provide guidance on temporary facilities during the Olympics. It is understood that this temporary standard is mainly for temporary facilities during the Olympic Games, such as tents, temporary equipment, temporary screens, and electrical wiring. Chen Yibin said: "I thought that after the completion of the Beijing Olympics standards, it could promote the introduction of industry standards, but so far, there has been no substantial progress." Compared with China, Germany has very detailed standards in the field of mobile construction. According to Chen Yibin, similar to the standard for fixed buildings, Germany has a series of specifications for earthquake resistance, wind resistance, snow resistance and stability of mobile buildings. "When conducting business in China, we are in accordance with German industry standards for quality and safety. We hope that Chinese government departments or industry associations will establish Chinese industry standards for temporary buildings or movable buildings as soon as possible to facilitate the healthy development of the entire industry. "Chen Yibin said. garden gazebo

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