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.
Watch the Dbriefs webcast replay to explore drivers of this hot trend and learn about the challenges and opportunities companies face in Reshoring.