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Supply Chain Dive: 64% of manufacturers say reshoring is likely following pandemic: survey

As disruptions from the coronavirus pandemic continue to unfold, 64% of companies across the manufacturing and industrial sectors "are likely to bring manufacturing production and sourcing back to North America," to avoid similar difficulties in the future, according to a Thomas survey in April of 878 North American manufacturing and industrial sector professionals.

"By embracing real-time resource management, redundancy, reshoring, and the convergence between the digital and physical supply chains, manufacturers will come out of this crisis even stronger than they were before," Thomas CEO Tony Uphoff said in a statement."

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