Reshoring and the Pandemic: Bringing Manufacturing Back to America
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Reshoring manufacturing back to the United States has been top of mind for many manufacturers, especially in light of the supply chain issues brought on by the pandemic.

Proximity to customers and markets, eco-system synergies and the impact on the domestic economy are all reasons why manufacturers want to move production back to the U.S.

In this infographic, you can learn more about how the MEP National NetworkTM is helping reshoring efforts and providing supplier scouting assistance along with the top industries reshoring, how manufacturers are rethinking supply chains and the future of reshoring.




Are you interested in re-shoring, or shortening your supply chain? Learn how OMEP can help >

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  • Jasmine Agnor

    Jasmine Agnor, OMEP’s Senior Marketing and Events Manager, has more than ten years of experience supporting strategic marketing initiatives for both large and small businesses and organizations throughout the Pacific Northwest. Her background includes strategic communications, corporate branding, event planning and execution, campaign management, and print and web design. Before joining the OMEP team, Jasmine helped facilitate marketing and internal communications efforts for a seismic engineering firm as well as a safety consulting company.

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