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Crisis in the Workforce: Preparing Tomorrow’s Change-Makers

Manufacturers will need a whopping 3.8 million employees by the year 2033 to fill growth and replace retirees. Due to a skills mismatch between job seekers’ skills and the skillsets needed by…

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U.S. Reshoring Surges as China’s Exports to the U.S. Plunge

U.S. imports of Chinese goods plunged by 13% last year to $500.3 billion, the biggest drop in 30 years. China saw its global exports slump by 4.6% to $3.4 trillion in 2023,…

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The World Shifts to a New Economic Paradigm: Productivism

Global events of the past several years are compelling us to view the world through a different lens. The disruption of the pandemic, geopolitical risk, and new industrial policies are…

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Government Incentives Fuel U.S. Reshoring, Recovery

The lack of focus on manufacturing over the past 40 years has increased United States dependence on imports so much that it needed hundreds  of billions of dollars in government…

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Rebuilding and Reshoring: TCO, A Deeper Dive (Part 2)

As reshoring becomes an increasingly attractive manufacturing strategy due to rising offshore wages, intellectual property (IP) risks, and loss of quality, control, and flexibility, companies are finding strategic ways to…

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Rebuilding and Reshoring: TCO, A Deeper Dive (Part 1)

Localization, producing near the consumer, often reduces total cost due to shortened supply chains that contribute to a lean and agile strategy. The savings on non-manufacturing costs as a result…

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