Reshoring Articles

by Michele Nash-Hoff President, ElectroFab Sales The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is projected to reduce the rate of reshoring and manufacturing jobs being brought back to the U.S. Combined with the high U.S. dollar, the impact is likely to be severe. Reshoring has become a trend, not just anecdotal, as hardly a week goes by without […]

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Letter to Congressman Lipinski

by admin on September 5, 2013

AMERICAN LEGION BRIGADIER GENERAL FRANK C. BACON, JR. 2091 POST CHICAGO     Congressman Dan Lipinski 1717 Longworth HOB Washington, D.C. 20515   Dear Congressman Lipinski:   For the past 13 years, I have been very active in trying to find ways to assist my fellow homeless and disabled veterans.  My patented invention, the Elevision […]

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The Re – Birth of “Made in America”

by admin on September 5, 2013

By Lance Wimmer and Dick Lindenmuth   Historical Perspective   After WWII the United States was the only fully operational manufacturing nation.  “Made in America” had real meaning in the late 1940’s and 1950’s.  Compared with other industrialized nations, the US came out of WWII with a 40 year sustained productivity and manufacturing advantage.  This […]

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According to a survey of 532 organizations from across 68 countries and 14 industry sectors,  conducted by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), supported by the Zurich Insurance Group. “outsourcing failure is now a significant cause of supply chain disruption.” In a bulletin on its web site Zurich said: “Service issues attributed to outsourcing jumped to […]

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You will want to list article “San Diego Region Prepares for Increased Reshoring,” for August (<– click to view).  It appeared as written on www.sanDiegoNewsroom.com on 8/1/12 and was subsequently posted on the Coalition for a Prosperous America and Economy in Crisis websites. Michele Nash-Hoff

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By Harry Moser The decline of U.S. manufacturing over the past several decades is a major cause of our high unemployment rate, massive trade deficit and huge budget deficit. Domestic suppliers have watched as large manufacturers off-shored work and jobs. But today, the dynamic is changing. Two U.S. trade associations, the National Tooling and Machining […]

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By Dean Franck, Harry C. Moser, Marius Ronge The White House and Congress seem to announce each week a new plan to “save U.S. manufacturing” While the focus has been on increasing exports, the key to “saving U.S. manufacturing” may be a new dynamic where companies are increasingly purchasing from U.S.-based suppliers, parts previously sourced […]

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Dr Lisa Lang (of www.ReshoringMfg.com) and Harry Moser (of www.ReshoreNow.org) have writtten a 3 part article series that appeared in Fastener Technology International Magazine. Part 1 is titled Velocity Manufacturing and is authored by Dr Lisa Lang. Part 2 is titled Total Cost of Ownership Calculation and is authored by Harry Moser. Then Part 3 […]

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Reshoring Handout

by admin on November 11, 2010

WHO: Reshoring Initiative WHAT: Reshoring Initiative to Return Manufacturing Jobs to the United States The Reshoring Initiative is a non-protectionist, efficient way to reduce our imports, increase our “net exports” and regain manufacturing jobs. Going local can reduce a company’s TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) of purchased parts and tooling and offer a host of […]

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Press Release

by admin on September 6, 2010

MEDIA ADVISORY Harry Moser will be available at IMTS 2010 for interviews re the recent progress of the Reshoring Initiative. ————– WHO: Reshoring Initiative WHAT: Reshoring Initiative to Return Manufacturing Jobs to the United States WHEN: IMTS Sept 13 to 18, 2010 WHERE: Reshoring Initiative: Agie Charmilles Booth S-8754 NTMA/PMA Contract Manufacturing Purchasing Fairs: Booth […]

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