American Companies Continue to Reshore and Nearshore Operations (.PDF Download)

Sept. 18, 2023
After dealing with some major supply chain disruptions during the global pandemic, companies promised to do more reshoring, nearshoring and onshoring of their operations. Here’s where those initiatives stand.

The global pandemic, war in Ukraine and a slowdown in China’s economy are just a few of the major events that forced American companies to rethink how they set up and orchestrate their global supply chains. The persistent chip shortage and high transportation costs that took hold during the pandemic were additional drivers, as was the overall mission of gaining better control over end-to-end supply chains.

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