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CSCMP 2014 supply chain innovation us manf boom

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CSCMP 2014 supply chain innovation us manf boom

  1. 1. Supply Chain Innovation: US Manufacturing Boom By Curtis Spencer President, IMS Worldwide Inc.
  2. 2. How Much RE-Shoring is Occurring? • Boston Consulting Group’s report in 2012 had everyone expecting “25% Re-Shoring to the USA in the next 5 years” Not going to happen! • However, we are seeing a resurgence in Mexican Manufacturing in auto, home goods and other “heavy products” for US consumption. • AND…we are seeing a huge ‘boom’ in basic, heavy manufacturing being started up in the USA-plastics, chemicals, steel, basic metals – all based around Cheap Natural Gas for the next 100 years.
  3. 3. Chemical, Resin and Plastics MFG. • 191 new or expansions in petrochemical processing • This is $117 billion in the US petrochemical industry • By 2020, the cumulative impact will boost real GDP by 2.0% to 3.3% • Creating from 2.7 million to as high as 3.6 million new jobs. • Representing cumulative capital investments totaling $117.0 billion in the United States, fully 62% of this is foreign direct investment. • 62% of this investment is foreign direct investment Source: American Chemical Council, 2014
  4. 4. Here is a look at the Evidence for Mexico! www.imsw.com Foreign Trade Zone, Logistics and Supply Chain Consulting
  5. 5. www.imsw.com Foreign Trade Zone, Logistics and Supply Chain Consulting
  6. 6. Since 2003, wages in Mexico have risen only 25% compared to 218% in China 5 SOURCE: International Labour Organization, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics U.S. Dollar www.imsw.com Foreign Trade Zone, Logistics and Supply Chain Consulting 2011-2013 WSJ
  7. 7. Supply Chain Innovation: Intermodal Routing New Options By Curtis Spencer President, IMS Worldwide Inc.
  8. 8. Shanghai to North American Ports: Slow Steaming Effects –2000 & 2014 Pricing as of June 20, 2014 From China, it takes about 2 wSoeuerckes: Stohi pbmrienngtL icnka.rcgomo (toEv e trhgree ewn)e Ssati ling Schedules coast and about 4 weeks to bring it in on the east coast. (2000) 35 17 34 36 36 17 $1,720 $3,214 $3,165 $1,200 $800
  9. 9. Seattle/ Tacoma Los Angeles / Long Beach Intermodal Routes to Major Inland Ports Lazaro Cardenas Oakland Chicago Dallas/ FW Atlanta Houston Cent. PA Norfolk Columbus Savannah / Charleston Prince Rupert Mexico City Memphis Kansas City NY/NJ Jacksonville Vancouver
  10. 10. East Coast-West Coast TEU Cost Line Equilibrium-September 2014 z Megapolitans Sources: Population, employment, and real estate growth forecasts by Robert Lang and Arthur Nelson of the Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech and Phil Hopkins of Global Insight; Business 2.0, November 2005 I-35 Corridor +40% Gulf Coast Belt +31% Cascadia +38% Norcal +35% Southland +35% Valley of the Sun +81% Great Lakes Horseshoe +10% Atlantic Seaboard +12% Southern Florida +52% Equilibrium Line Q2 2014 I-85 Corridor +35%
  11. 11. About IMS Worldwide Inc. • IMSW has completed over 325 FTZ Projects during 45 years. We have conducted 36 Logistics/Drayage studies for Industrial RE firms, RRs and land-owners. • We work with Large Gateway Zones (Houston, LA, Miami, Dallas, Chicago, PHX, El Paso and NJ) • We work with Fortune 1000 companies: Target, The Limited, Dell, Home Depot, Abbott Labs, TJX, Dicks Sporting Goods, CEVA, FedEx, UPS, Yusen, NFI, Nippon Express, etc. • We work with the largest REITs in the USA: LPT Prologis, Duke, Majestic, Clarion, USAA, IIT, etc. www.imsw.com Foreign Trade Zone, Logistics and Supply Chain Consulting
  12. 12. IMSW Overview of National FTZ and Strategic Development Projects 1977- 2014 www.imsw.com Foreign Trade Zone, Logistics and Supply Chain Consulting

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