Lately, numerous companies have begun reassessing their global value chains and moving electronics production closer to home.
Reshoring offers a solution to persistent problems of instability, lending companies the resilience needed to succeed now and into the future.
The warehousing crunch has put a strain on electronics companies that rely on quick delivery of electronic components or PCBAs, especially from overseas.
Transportation expenses, geopolitical factors, and the narrowing labor cost have caused companies to consider moving operations to North America.
As a result of the recently passed CHIPS Act, a new generation of domestic chip factories will flourish from New York to Texas.
Nearshoring to Mexico is an ideal choice for most North-American companies that need volume PCBA manufacturing.
Each type of waste can inflate business expenses and make a negative impact on your company’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reputation.
The global semiconductor industry is poised for a decade of expansion and is expected to be worth $1 trillion by 2030, up from $600 billion in 2021.
When reshoring is planned carefully and approached correctly, it can be seamless. To that end, here are the five steps to reshoring a successful project.
Nearshoring can be crucial to a business's technological innovation speed and efficiency.
In this post, we’ll cover the three leading reasons why companies are reshoring electronics production.
We’ll cover three ways organizations can obtain production capacity in the US and why working with CMs is the most cost- effective way to reshore.
In a world where disasters occur more frequently and cause more damage, businesses are rethinking how to make global value chains robust.
Companies looking to increase the agility, productivity, and resilience of their electronics supply chains can do so with local and regional vendors.
It’s taken more than two years for supply chains to go back to normal, and even now, some industries continue to struggle as zero-COVID policies continue.
Apple’s pivot from its manufacturing in China spread this weekend. The Supply Chain Heat Map shows U.S. manufacturing orders from China are down 40%.
Thanks to platforms like MacroFab, electronics engineers can now find viable prototyping options in the U.S. more easily than before.
For companies with midsize to large production runs looking for nearshoring advantages, switching to Mexico is a smart move.
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