Posts Tagged with ‘Re-shoring’

The US Manufacturing Renaissance, Re-shoring, and the Skills Gap

July 28, 2015

Foreign manufacturers are coming in greater numbers to the US to manufacture a variety of their products. 3,500 German companies are here and employing 600,000 Americans. China is planning to spend a good share of $1 trillion on investments in manufacturing facilities. Many US companies have been re-shoring, bringing production back from overseas locations. This article addresses […]

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Outlook on Chicago’s Industrial Sector

June 26, 2015

The 2015 Market Outlook event recently took place in Chicago. In this interview, Elise Couston, Senior Managing Director at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, interviewed one of the event’s panel speakers, Dave Pickering, Global VP of Research – Industrial Manufacturing at Industrial Info Resources. In this interview, Pickering speaks about some of the current trends in […]

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US Apparel Manufacturing on the Rise and Re-Shoring

December 19, 2014

The apparel manufacturing industry was one of the top three “re-shoring” US industries, making up 12% of cases of re-shoring businesses. Retailers, such as Wal-Mart, are already on-board to bring manufacturing back the the US with plans to buy an additional $50 billion in US goods by 2023. Contributing to this trend is the rise […]

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