Posts Tagged ‘re-shoring’

The United States was founded by a group of people who were by and large do-it-yourselfers. It comes as no surprise that over the decades the American people have only grown in that same attitude and because of it we have created one of the world’s most powerful economies and one of the best environments […]

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Amid all the recent talk of manufacturing resurgence and growth in the United States, we can see that there just may be hope for middle class America yet. Getting back to what made the U.S. so dominate during the twentieth century will take hard work from every laborer in the country, at all levels. And […]

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Every generation seems to mark its place in history by doing or creating something that has such an impact on society that it is changed forever. Just going back 150 or so years: the railroad, the automobile, flight, the creation of rockets, space exploration, the internet, and cell phones (to name a few). All of […]

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What’s Happening Overseas… China Another increasing development is what is going on in China. China, while not the only recipient of American work, goods, and money, is by far the largest. China is without a doubt one of the top global powerhouses in terms of producing consumer goods. However, that chapter may be nearing its […]

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Rebuilding the American Foundation- Part 1

Posted: 11th December 2013 by brednane1981 in Super Tool
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Much discussion has been afforded on the notion of re-shoring; the returning home of outsourced production. And while all the talk speaks the truth, that America is starting to celebrate its homecoming of jobs, let’s not forget what is at stake. Manufacturing is all too often shunned of the spotlight that it really deserves. People, […]

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