Many US manufacturers moved overseas where the operational and layout costs were considerably lower. But now—according to the Thomas Industrial Survey Report—some manufacturing businesses are coming home to the US. Around 83% of those surveyed showed a significant interest in reshoring, at least in part .
Many US manufacturers realize that operating out of the Far East and other parts of Asia was not a good long-term strategy. Systemic flaws include dysfunctional supply chains, insufficient production capacity, insane bureaucracy, and unpredictable environments .
Now some US producers want their products closer to American consumers, hence the increase in demand for industrial facilities, and where better than in Dallas-Fort Worth. DWF’s excellent infrastructure and centralized location make it ideal for serving customers across the US.