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Coming to America: Challenges in Moving Manufacturing to the U.S.

News of manufacturing companies coming to America or choosing to stay in the U.S. is plentiful of late. Why the focus on American manufacturing? And, perhaps more important, what are the legal and cultural issues facing manufacturers expanding into U.S. facilities? Why the United States? Credibility. Establishing a successful business in America demonstrates a level … Continue reading this entry

Made in the USA! Reshoring Children’s Products

For all expecting and new parents, you probably have learned how quickly buying your child’s products adds up! So why would you be willing to pay more for an American-made product when you could purchase a similar product or even the “same” product, produced overseas, for half the cost? To answer this question, you should … Continue reading this entry

U.S. Regulations Can Raise Risks for Reshoring and Next-Generation Manufacturing

More than a third of United States businesses are either bringing back or considering bringing back manufacturing activity to the U.S. through “reshoring.” Although one would think that bringing production back to the U.S. would minimize the impact of U.S. regulations of international conduct, in many cases the opposite is true. The aggressive enforcement of U.S. … Continue reading this entry

Reshoring Is Gaining Momentum

More than a decade after the outsourcing trend reached its peak, a new trend, reshoring, is quickly gaining momentum in the manufacturing industry. For a variety of reasons, manufacturers are bringing production and the associated jobs back to the U.S., and the potential benefits to manufacturers, and the U.S. economy, are significant. Several studies recently … Continue reading this entry