A renaissance for ‘Made in America’?
Supply chain issues have more companies looking at manufacturing in the U.S. An ASU supply chain expert agrees that Mexico is a good alternative location for U.S. companies exiting China. However, a targeted approach to reshoring is important.
In this article published Aug. 7, 2022, on The Epoch Times:
We should not take a shotgun approach to this. You don’t want low-paying sewing jobs coming back to the U.S. You want high-paying jobs. I want us to focus strategically on sectors that we want to onshore.
– Hitendra Chaturvedi, professor of practice in supply chain management
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