How Re-shoring Is Benefitting Organizations Today



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  • July 22, 2010
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  • Harry Moser
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After realizing that the total cost of ownership when manufacturing overseas is higher than manufacturing locally (despite lower purchase prices for offshoring), many organizations are re-shoring—bringing operations closer to home. Harry Moser, chairman emeritus at GF AgieCharmilles, describes the signs that organizations are shifting to a local approach and the benefits they gain from it.

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