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Tijuana Trucks Rush to U.S. in Case Trump Makes Good on Threats - Bloomberg
The immediate concern is another limited shutdown that would really hit commercial traffic between the two countries. With billions of dollars at stake, companies aren’t taking chances. Many trucks are rumbling through Otay about one-third full. Manufacturing managers aren’t waiting for them to be completely loaded, pushing goods out as quickly as possible.
mexico  NAFTA  nearshoring  logistics  global-supply-chain  Around-the-web  this-week-443 
december 2018 by areadevelopment
Is apparel manufacturing coming home? - McKinsey
Tomorrow’s successful apparel companies will be those that take the lead to enhance the apparel value chain on two fronts: nearshoring and automation. Both must be addressed, and in a sustainable way. Apparel brands and retailers in Europe and the United States can no longer do business as usual and expect to thrive.
global-supply-chain  last-mile-delivery  logistics  reshoring  nearshoring  textiles-clothing-industries  business-globalization  Around-the-web  this-week-439-top 
october 2018 by areadevelopment
Your Clothes Could Be Made in the USA Again - Bloomberg
Europeans and Americans have grown used to buying clothes made in Asian countries. But apparel-industry sourcing executives are sure that’s changing: By the middle of the next decade, much more of our clothes will be made closer to home.
reshoring  this-week-439  Around-the-web  nearshoring  textiles-clothing-industries  industry-reports  business-globalization 
october 2018 by areadevelopment
With nearshoring, garment production may move from China to Mexico and Turkey - Quartz
But shifts now taking place in China and across fashion could eventually redraw the world’s garment-manufacturing map. A new report by the management consultancy McKinsey finds that rising costs in China and the imperative for fashion brands to deliver goods faster than ever are making it more cost-effective for Western brands to produce their simple styles in low-cost countries nearer at hand.
china  industry-reports  global-supply-chain  textiles-clothing-industries  mexico  turkey  nearshoring  Around-the-web  this-week-439 
october 2018 by areadevelopment
Central America Emerges As Leading Source For Value-added Products - Reshoring
Central America is working hard to present itself as a good alternative to Asian manufacturing, Sourcing Journal reported Monday, based on a panel discussion in New York City.

The region’s greatest advantages are flexibility for rules of origin, proximity to the U.S., quicker reaction and production time and competitive labor costs. While political stability is of concern, potential changes to U.S. trade policy caused greater apprehension.
central-america  nearshoring  Around-the-web  this-week-394 
august 2017 by areadevelopment
Also Made in Mexico: Lifesaving Medical Devices -
The North American Free Trade Agreement has transformed this sprawling border town from gritty party spot to something entirely different: a world capital of medical devices.
mexico  NAFTA  Around-the-web  this-week-381  medical-device  industry-reports  nearshoring  industry-clusters 
april 2017 by areadevelopment
This Southern Town Made Wooden Coffins. Now A Mexican Town Will. - The Huffington Post
Batesville Casket has planned a job fair Friday for its soon-to-be-laid-off employees. Unlike the workers at Carrier Corp., the Indiana plant Trump pressured to stay open, the Batesville Casket employees aren’t unionized. Part of the reason the Carrier case received so much coverage is that workers were able to complain to the media without fear of getting fired. The Batesville case is much more typical, as hundreds of American firms lay off workers and shift production abroad every year with hardly any attention in the national media.
Around-the-web  this-week-379  mexico  NAFTA  mississippi  nearshoring 
march 2017 by areadevelopment
Why Trump Tariffs on Mexican Cars Probably Won't Stop Job Flight - Bloomberg
Infrastructure in Mexico lags behind the highway and rail network in the U.S., so it actually costs automakers $300 more per car in additional shipping expenses to produce the vehicle in Mexico and ship it to Europe, and an extra $900 to ship it to the U.S.

That means, even after paying significantly less on labor, a car company is walking away with wage savings of only $300 per car—a fraction of what it costs to build and ship in the U.S. The bulk of the savings are tied to Mexico’s trade agreements and cheaper parts.
nearshoring  automotive-industry  mexico  supply-chain  infrastructure  government-policy  Around-the-web 
january 2017 by areadevelopment
Security Concerns Take a Back Seat as More US Manufacturers Look to Mexico -
Experts who help foreign companies build factories in Mexico report a recent surge in interest by U.S. and international firms, with executives voicing less concern about Mexico’s crime and security problems.
mexico  NAFTA  business-climate  nearshoring  manufacturing  supply-chain  Around-the-web  this-week-361  this-week-362 
august 2016 by areadevelopment
Ford to build factory in Mexico, moving small-car production from U.S. - LA Times
Ford Motor Co. plans to build a $1.6-billion auto assembly plant in Mexico, creating about 2,800 jobs there and shifting small-car production away from the United States at a time when moving jobs south of the border has become a major issue in the U.S. presidential campaign.
this-week-348  Around-the-web  Matt  nearshoring  mexico  manufacturing  automotive-industry  Ford 
april 2016 by areadevelopment
Nabisco Layoffs and Chicago's Manufacturing Future - Chicago Tonight - WTTW
Layoffs of nearly 300 people at the Nabisco bakery on Chicago's Southwest Side take effect today. The smell of Oreos wafting through the air in Marquette Park was once something neighbors could simply enjoy. Now, those Oreos – and the jobs that go along with them – have become a call to action.
u.s.-manufacturing  food-processing  chicago  nearshoring  mexico  Around-the-web  this-week-347  nabisco 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
In the Global Supply Chain, There’s No ‘Shore’ Thing - Knowledge@Wharton
Offshoring, reshoring, nearshoring — manufacturing and supply chains around the world are undergoing some seismic locational shifts, many of which the conventional wisdom did not see coming, and for reasons that may surprise you.
nextshoring  reshoring  nearshoring  global-supply-chain  Around-the-web  this-week-344 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
International Location Report: Mexico’s Economy Is Setting Production Records - Area Development
Mexico has long been one of the strongest trading partners with the U.S. and a preferred “nearshore” location for U.S. manufacturing operations. Manufacturing is at the core of the Mexican economy and represents a wide range of industries.
area-development-features  Matt  international-location-reports  manufacturing  nearshoring  automotive-industry  china  workforce 
january 2016 by areadevelopment
How an Infrastructure Plan Could Help Build Mexico's Future
Over the past decade, Mexico’s manufacturing output has steadily increased, especially in the automotive, auto parts and electronic sectors. According to AMIA, the association of Mexican automotive producers, Mexico has become the world’s seventh-largest automotive manufacturer in the world, and the fourth-largest vehicle exporter.
nearshoring  business-globalization  automotive-industry  infrastructure  logistics  global-supply-chain  Around-the-web  this-week-321  auto-sfp-10-15 
september 2015 by areadevelopment
Ford, GM may use offshoring as leverage in UAW talks - Kansas City Business Journal
The timing of General Motors pondering the importation of a Chinese-built Buick crossover vehicle and Ford Motor Co. moving some production out of the U.S. isn't being lost on the United Auto Workers.
Around-the-web  this-week-319  automotive-industry  nearshoring  General-Motors  Matt  GM  manufacturing 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
Adios Chicago! Oreo Production to Roll into Mexico - Global Trade Magazine
The maker of Oreo cookies and a host of other iconic food products, New Jersey-based Mondelēz International– formerly known as Kraft Foods Inc.–has said it will move production of Oreo cookies from its plant in southwest Chicago to its newest facility in Salinas, Mexico.
The company said it would invest $170 million in the installation of four “state-of-the art” production lines at the new Mexican plant to replace nine “older, inefficient lines” at the Chicago facility.
food-processing  oreo  chicago  NAFTA  mexico  nearshoring  Around-the-web  this-week-319 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
The acceleration of Mexico’s car manufacturing industry - World Finance
Through a combination of low wages, good geography and free-trade agreements, many car manufacturers have invested in Mexico. The hope is that this will boost the country’s manufacturing base.
this-week-317  Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  automotive-industry  mexico  nearshoring  free-trade-agreements 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
Daimler-Renault-Nissan Alliance Joint Venture Establishes Mexico Manufacturing Plant - Area Development
Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance announced a 50-50 joint venture collaboration that will establish a manufacturing plant operation in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
economic-development  site-selection  area-development-news  Matt  nissan  automotive-industry  manufacturing  mexico  nearshoring 
august 2015 by areadevelopment
Recent Deals Spotlight Growing Investor Appetite for Industrial Assets Along U.S./Mexico Border - CoStar Group
Lower Tariffs Under NAFTA , Factory Reshoring and Lower Energy Costs Fueling Distribution & Manufacturing Expansion In Texas Border Markets
NAFTA  mexico  nearshoring  backshoring  industrial-real-estate  Around-the-web  this-week-314 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
Attracting the Next Automotive Assembly Plant - Global Location Strategies
Despite setbacks, North Carolina is still competing and trying to attract an auto maker to the state. However, they are not just facing stiff competition from neighboring southern states.  Mexico is proving to be a significant competitor in the auto industry, not only to North Carolina, but to the South and to the United States.
north-carolina  south-carolina  mexico  automotive-industry  fdi-USA  nearshoring  Around-the-web  this-week-314 
july 2015 by areadevelopment
Mexico getting auto investment, U.S. holding its own; Canada losing - Detroit Free Press
The U.S., Canada and Mexico are united under NAFTA but fierce rivals in the boardroom to win automotive investment and jobs.
automotive-industry  mexico  nearshoring  business-globalization  NAFTA  this-week-310  Around-the-web 
june 2015 by areadevelopment
Penske Presents: Surveys Finds 3PLs Hitting Stride Amid Economic Uncertainty - Nearshoring Trend Continues - Penske Logistics
Near-shoring is growing, with over 75 percent of North American CEOs reporting that some of their customers have shifted some of their operations from China to Mexico. This is impacting the revenue streams of 3PLs with nearly one-third of North American respondents reporting increased volume and revenues as a result of near-shoring. Rising Chinese wages, the benefits of a shorter supply chain from Mexico to the U.S., and increasing transportation costs have driven this near-shoring trend. In addition, several CEOs also remarked that Mexican government incentives have contributed to the movement.
global-supply-chain  3PL  logistics  studies  executive-surveys  this-week-279  around-the-web  nearshoring  backshoring  e-commmerce 
september 2014 by areadevelopment
The Reshoring and Nearshoring Options: Are You Un-Shore? - Procurement Journal
Manufacturing domestically might be more expensive than overseas, but reshoring has many benefits, including improving the quality of your products or commodities, ensuring compliance with U.S. laws, and reducing your total cost of ownership (TCO). In fact, some countries’ wages have risen dramatically, providing an opportunity for businesses to examine their TCO.
Total-Cost-Ownership  backshoring  nearshoring  business-globalization  china  this-week-278  around-the-web 
september 2014 by areadevelopment
The Shifting Economics of Global Manufacturing - bcg.perspectives
The manufacturing cost competitiveness of the U.S. and Mexico improved substantially over the past decade compared with all the other economies in our index. For these two rising global stars, productivity-adjusted wages and currency rates have remained stable or improved relative to the other countries. Both nations also have very competitive energy costs.
studies  international-location-reports  mexico  u.s.-manufacturing  manufacturing  nearshoring  backshoring  this-week-275  around-the-web 
august 2014 by areadevelopment
Is it Time for a Cross-Border Checkup? - Supply Chain 24/7
Several clients expressed concern that the service providers they’ve had in place for years might not be appropriate for the increased role Mexico plays in their current and future supply chain.
NAFTA  free-trade-agreements  mexico  logistics  supply-chain  global-supply-chain  nearshoring  this-week-273  around-the-web 
august 2014 by areadevelopment
Three Workplace Tips for Corporations Expanding into Latin America - JLL
JLL advises multinational corporations on real estate and workplace strategies when expanding into Latin America
nearshoring  international-location-reports  latin-america  mexico  NAFTA  this-week-272  around-the-web 
july 2014 by areadevelopment
Program to speed intermodal goods clearance at Mexican border gaining traction, KCS says – DC Velocity
An effort by four prominent companies to shrink transit times on U.S.-Mexico intermodal rail service by streamlining customs clearance procedures at the border appears to be paying off.
supply-chain  nearshoring  mexico  intermodal  freight-logistics  KCS  whirlpool  corridors  this-week-269  around-the-web 
july 2014 by areadevelopment
Crate and Barrel: Mexico Sourcing Has Pluses, Minuses - JOC
Nearshoring to Mexico can reduce transit time and transportation costs, but those savings can be offset by added costs for customs clearance and security inspections, a supply chain executive at retailer Crate and Barrel said.
logistics  business-globalization  global-supply-chain  mexico  nearshoring  this-week-265  around-the-web 
june 2014 by areadevelopment
A tale of two Mexicos: Growth and prosperity in a two-speed economy - McKinsey & Company
A modern, fast-growing Mexico, with globally competitive multinationals and cutting-edge manufacturing plants, exists amid a far larger group of traditional Mexican enterprises that do not contribute to growth. These two Mexicos are moving in opposite directions.
fdi-mexico  NAFTA  business-globalization  nearshoring  mexico  this-week-255  around-the-web 
march 2014 by areadevelopment
U.S. Manufacturing Is Back. Sort Of. - Bloomberg View
Ford Motor Co. says it will be moving production of its F-650 and F-750 pickup trucks from Escobedo, Mexico, to Avon Lake, Ohio. This may seem like a triumph for U.S. competitiveness, but as usual, the truth about modern American manufacturing is more complex.
u.s.-manufacturing  nearshoring  backshoring  automotive-industry  ford  ohio  mexico  NAFTA  free-trade-agreements  this-week-253  around-the-web 
march 2014 by areadevelopment
Radically reshaping manufacturing: A conversation with Katy George - McKinsey & Company
In this interview, the McKinsey director explains next-shoring and why dramatic changes in demand and technology, as well as in energy and labor costs, are forcing manufacturers to rethink production and distribution strategies.
next-shoring  nearshoring  business-globalization  advanced-manufacturing  u.s.-manufacturing  this-week-249  around-the-web 
february 2014 by areadevelopment
Next-shoring: A CEO’s guide - McKinsey & Company
Proximity to demand and innovative supply ecosystems will trump labor costs as technology transforms operations in the years ahead.
next-shoring  nearshoring  global-supply-chain  business-globalization  this-week-247  around-the-web  studies 
january 2014 by areadevelopment
Investment Climate in Mexico Heats Up - Area Development
Foreign direct investment in Mexico is strong and growing across most economic sectors and is buoyed by numerous free-trade agreements.
economic-development  site-selection  mexico  fdi  manufacturing  area-development-features  matt  automotive-industry  nearshoring  trade-agreements  insider-89 
january 2014 by areadevelopment
NAFTA at 20: Ready to take off again? - The Economist
Two decades ago the North American Free-Trade Agreement got off to a flying start. Then it stalled
NAFTA  mexico  canada  nearshoring  business-globalization  free-trade-agreements  this-week-243  around-the-web 
january 2014 by areadevelopment
Mexico may be NAFTA’s biggest winner - Canadian Manufacturing
On the 20th anniversary, economic numbers indicate strongly that Mexico has gotten the most benefit from the trade deal
business-globalization  NAFTA  mexico  manufacturing  this-week-243  around-the-web  nearshoring 
january 2014 by areadevelopment
Why Are Automakers Pushing Further in Central Mexico? - IndustryWeek
Major OEMs are pouring money into the country, deemed the ideal export location for both North and South America.
OEMs  automotive-industry  mexico  nearshoring  NAFTA  this-week-242  around-the-web 
december 2013 by areadevelopment
2013 UPS Change in the (Supply) Chain Survey - Supply Chain 24/7
Factors such as increasing globalization of the high-tech industry, competition coming from new places, the rising influence of the end consumer and the pressure to innovate and get to market faster while containing costs have all put strains on the high-tech supply chain.
supply-chain  global-supply-chain  nearshoring  business-globalization  this-week-239  around-the-web 
november 2013 by areadevelopment
Outsourcing, near shoring and repatriating manufacturing - Supply Chain Digital
In his monthly blog, Dave Alberts, Director at Crimson & Co examines different techniques to organise your manufacturing supply chain
manufacturing  around-the-web  nearshoring  outsourcing  supply-chain  this-week-216  offshoring  global-supply-chain  business-globalization 
may 2013 by areadevelopment
Q&A: Maintaining A U.S. Manufacturing Presence -
Food Manufacturing spoke with Roger Kilmer of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) about the importance of maintaining a strong manufacturing presence in the United States, and what resources are available to domestic manufacturers.
onshoring  food-processing  u.s.-manufacturing  around-the-web  nearshoring  this-week-215  opinion  global-supply-chain 
may 2013 by areadevelopment
Why Mexico remains the near-shoring location of choice for manufacturers - Entrada Group
As a leader in the Mexico manufacturing industry, Entrada Group works closely with many of the top experts and brightest minds in the field. We are proud to be able to bring you their insights and experience about Mexico manufacturing through a continuing series of informational audio interviews hosted by Doug Donahue, Vice President of the Entrada Group.
mexico  nearshoring  podcast  this-week-198  around-the-web 
january 2013 by areadevelopment
Near Shoring May Be Gaining Traction With Some Supply Chain Managers - Supply Chain Management Review
Global trade flowing from manufacturers in the East to consumers in the West is shifting towards shorter inter-regional routes.
around-the-web  This-Week-193  nearshoring  supply-chain 
december 2012 by areadevelopment
As OEMs near-shore, China prepares to globalise - Automotive World
Whilst globalizing manufacturing has worked well in terms of helping Western car manufacturers find a foothold in lucrative markets such as China, there is an interesting new trend developing: whilst Western companies are now working on 'near-shoring' and reverse globalization' strategies, Chinese companies are looking to globalize their operations.
This-Week-181  around-the-web  business-globalization  nearshoring  backshoring  oem's  china  automotive-industry 
august 2012 by areadevelopment
Can U.S. Manufacturing Outcompete China? - ThomasNet Industry Market Trends
Chinese companies have been taking larger shares of the global manufacturing market, outpacing many of their U.S. counterparts primarily due to lower operating expenses and favorable labor costs. Yet many of China’s advantages are eroding while U.S. manufacturing is becoming more competitive, meaning that the scales may soon tip in favor of American industry.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-Week-174  competitiveness  nearshoring  backshoring  china  manufacturing 
july 2012 by areadevelopment
The future of the supply chain: Nike, near-shoring and its new technology - the Loadstar
Nike’s supply chain, and its emphasis on sustainability – along with its aim to cut emissions – has been well-reported. But it goes far deeper than merely calculating the carbon cost and asking its transport providers to try to cut emissions. No, this is a company well ahead of the curve in sustainability.
csr  twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-171  nike  apparel  manufacturing  backshoring  supply-chain  nearshoring 
june 2012 by areadevelopment
Hackett Group Reports Near-Shoring is Gaining Traction - Supply Chain Management Review
The tide has begun to turn on the flow of manufacturing jobs from the U.S. to China and other low-cost countries, according to a new study from The Hackett Group, Inc.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-169  backshoring  nearshoring  supply-chain 
may 2012 by areadevelopment
How Mexico Creates American Jobs -
The equation is pretty simple: New exports create new U.S. jobs. This is why President Obama launched the National Exports Initiative, with the goal of doubling exports by 2015, and this is why it is hard to conceive of a strategy for creating jobs that does not significantly strengthen regional economic cooperation with our two neighboring countries, which together receive a third of all U.S. exports.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-162  business-globalization  manufacturing  mexico  nearshoring 
march 2012 by areadevelopment
Return of Manufacturing from China, Rising Exports Could Create Up to 3 Million Jobs in the U.S. - BCG
Report by The Boston Consulting Group Finds Improved American Competitiveness and Rising Costs in China Will Accelerate Shift of Production in a Broad Range of Industries.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-161  competitiveness  manufacturing  china  business-globalization  nearshoring  backshoring 
march 2012 by areadevelopment
Mexico poses challenge to U.S. West Coast ports - Supply Chain Management Review
According to Anne Landstrom, principal adviser for the commercial group at engineering and construction consultant Moffatt & Nichol, escalating wages and total landed costs are causing logistics managers to look south.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-161  logistics  supply-chain  nearshoring  mexico 
march 2012 by areadevelopment
What to Consider When Nearshoring in Mexico - IndustryWeek
Labor issues, supply chain, infrastructure, workforce and intellectual property protection all need to be reviewed.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  This-week-160  mexico  nearshoring 
march 2012 by areadevelopment
Mexico’s Burgeoning Economy Amid Drug Violence - EconoMonitor
I sat down last week with Bernie Gwertzman to talk about the top issues facing Mexico and U.S.-Mexican relations. In the interview we discussed Mexico’s economic prosperity (despite drug violence), immigration reform, and the importance of Mexico’s upcoming presidential election on both sides of the border.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  this-week-157  manufacturing  mexico  backshoring  nearshoring 
february 2012 by areadevelopment
HEARD ON THE STREET: China's Export Pain May Be Mexico's Gain -
Buying stuff from China isn't such a bargain anymore. One consequence of that: Companies that move freight from Mexico are getting busier.
twitterfeed  around-the-web  this-week-156  manufacturing  nearshoring  mexico 
february 2012 by areadevelopment
Rising Labor Costs and Quality Concerns Have Companies Reevaluating Overseas Strategies - Cook Associates
According to a survey conducted by Cook Associates Executive Search, 85 percent of manufacturing executives see the possibility of certain manufacturing operations returning to the U.S., with 37 percent citing overseas costs as the major factor.
nearshoring  backshoring  outsourcing  this-week-151  twitterfeed  around-the-web 
december 2011 by areadevelopment
Near-shoring: Trouble for air cargo? - Air Cargo World News
Historically, inexpensive fuel, lenient trade agreements and cheap labor drove globalization and allowed companies to seek cost-effective production throughout the world. But with fuel costs expected to remain high indefinitely and labor costs in third-world countries increasing, companies are now recalculating the benefits of global outsourcing.
logistics  supply-chain  this-week-148  around-the-web  twitterfeed  nearshoring 
november 2011 by areadevelopment
Mexico Economy Withstands Drug War -
MEXICO CITY—The body count from Mexico's war on organized crime keeps growing, but so too does the country's economy. The economy grew 1.34% during the third quarter, an annual pace of 5.5% growth, according to data released by the national statistics institute on Tuesday.
business-globalization  nearshoring  mexico  international-location-reports  this-week-148  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
november 2011 by areadevelopment
Assembly Mag Thinks Whirlpool is Lean. Really. - Evolving Excellence
The oft-forgotten second pillar of lean, respect for people. Forgotten by Whirlpool. Forgotten by Assembly Magazine.
lean-manufactuiring  nearshoring  business-globalization  this-week-147  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
november 2011 by areadevelopment
NearShoring Strategy Will Boost U.S. Manufacturing Jobs - MFRTech
The phenomenon of NearShoring – the relocation of manufacturing production to countries that provide less expensive production processes and are closer to the end consumer – offers the potential for a mass return of jobs from China to the North American market and will get under way sooner rather than later, says a manufacturing sector economist.
nearshoring  backshoring  manufacturing  jobs  this-week-144  around-the-web  twitterfeed 
october 2011 by areadevelopment
Geography and offshoring to China - vox
Why do firms offshore manufacturing to China? This column uses data from China’s processing trade regime to argue that a hidden driver is the country’s geographic proximity to its East Asian neighbours.
offshoring  onshoring  backshoring  nearshoring  manufacturing  this-week-129  around-the-web  twitterfeed  business-globalization 
may 2011 by areadevelopment

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