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Reshoring isn’t the only change taking place in supply chains, notes Kearney report
June 12, 2023
Research from consultancy Kearney has found that 96% of CEOs are evaluating reshoring their operations, have already done so, or are considering it. That is up from 78% in 2022. That same report also found that American imports of Mexico-manufactured goods have increased from $320 billion pre-pandemic to $402 billion today.
U.S. logistics business costs rise by 22.4% to $1.85 trillion in 2021, new report says
June 21, 2022
American supply chains are out of sync while adjusting to short-term changes in demands. But logisticians continue to seek long-term solutions to supply chain issues, an authoritative new report predicts. But the biggest headline from the 2022 State of Logistics (SoL) report unveiled today at the National Press Club in Washington shows that U.S. business logistics costs rose by a whopping 22.4% to $1.85 trillion last year. That represents 8% of 2021’s $23 trillion Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Kearney research touts the benefits of a supply chain stress test
June 29, 2020
New research recently released by Chicago-based global management consulting firm Kearney, entitled “Strategic options to build resilience,” takes an in-depth at supply chain resilience, in light of the wide-ranging impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on supply chains.
Can Trump Bring Apple Manufacturing Jobs To USA?
March 18, 2016
U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump’s dreams to bring back lost manufacturing jobs such as those at Apple Computer manufacturing are just that, dreams, according to financial players.
U.S. Reshoring: Over Before It Began?
March 16, 2016
The A.T. Kearney U.S. Reshoring Index has dropped to –115, down from –30 in 2014, and it represents the largest year-over-year decrease in the past 10 years.
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