A New World Order in Manufacturing and the Supply Chain

The lines are being redrawn when it comes to global manufacturing and the supply chain.

“Made in China” is still a powerful notion, but it may not mean what it once did; while other regions are seeing growth in manufacturing fueled by a variety of factors.

Companies are choosing to be closer to the consumer, and considering the risks of global supply chains. What does it all mean?

CoreNet Global  and Colliers International examine the trends in a new report: A New Era for Manufacturing?

Take a look here.