Insourcing Conference to be held in Washington, DC
Insourcing: Reallocation Production Back to the United States, meeting June 19-21, 2013 Washington, D.C.
The increased competitiveness of America’s industrial sector in recent years has brought manufacturing production and employment back to the United States and this reallocation of global production is expected to continue in the future.
After decades of watching American companies take jobs to other countries, we are seeing entrepreneurs and manufacturers make the decision to keep factories and production facilities here in the United States- or even bring jobs back to the U.S. from overseas.
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