Reshoring: Is it Time for Mid-Market and Private Companies to Bring Manufacturing Home?
Companies receive a lot of fanfare when they move manufacturing back home and there is definite evidence that this transition, termed “Reshoring”, is increasing. A growing number of companies have brought some level of production back to the United States, but the reality is that the transition is more of a trickle than a torrent. Can private companies benefit from the Reshoring trend?
During the Private Companies Dbriefs webcast, “Reshoring: Is it Time for Mid-Market and Private Companies to Bring Manufacturing Home?" held on February 25, 2014, Julia Cloud, partner, Deloitte Tax LLP; Kevin Barrentine, director, Deloitte Transactions and Business AnalyticsLLP; Andrew Whelan, senior vice president, Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP; and Harry Moser, founder and president, Reshoring Initiative discussed:
- The Reshoring business case – the transition from offshored manufacturing in the 1990s toward more favorable domestic production now.
- How to evaluate whether your organization should Reshore and considerations to include in your strategic planning process.
- Case studies of large and mid-market companies who have made the Reshoring choice.