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7 Companies That Are Onshoring to the US

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Scores of companies are looking to America instead of Asia for their manufacturing operations. What does this mean for North America?

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7 Companies That Are Onshoring to the US

  1. 1. 7 Companies That Are Onshoring to the US
  2. 2. Airbus recently announced that it will be building a $600 million facility in Mobile, Alabama, creating 1000 new jobs.
  3. 3. Caterpillar announced it will move its truck manufacturing from Mexico to Texas, creating new 200 jobs.
  4. 4. China’s Keer Group is going to build its first international factory in South Carolina. This $218 million investment will create over 500 jobs.
  5. 5. Apple announced it will be investing $100 million to build a Mac Pro product line in Texas.
  6. 6. Lenovo, Chinese computer maker, opened a manufacturing facility in North Carolina, adding 115 new jobs.
  7. 7. The Brooks Brothers shed its “Made in China” image when it ramped up efforts in Massachusetts in 2013, employing 475.
  8. 8. Walmart has committed to purchasing $250 billion worth of American products to support the creation of American jobs.

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