4 June: Moving operations to low-cost countries is not always what it’s cracked up to be, and that realization is causing some organizations to bring operations back to the United States. Companies like Solatube and Taylor Guitars are moving back to San Diego because operating offshore was either more expensive than expected or it was too difficult to maintain quality control. Susan Rillie, Vice President of Operations for Solatube, shared the company’s experience at CONNECT’s recent nearsourcing workshop.For details, check out the UT’s full article, here, or take a look at CONNECT’s nearsourcing summary.
The CONNECT Operations Roundtable Presents: Is Mexico the Next China? Advantages of Returning Manufacturing to our Region In the increasingly competitive global marketplace manufacturers continually strive to reduce [...]