Recent events highlight the rapid pace of change in the world of manufacturing today. Uncertainty is the norm, and manufacturers need to be nimble. Companies that can adapt to shifting trends and changing regulations are more likely to be positioned to take advantage of opportunities.
Many U.S. manufacturers must consider changes to their business model, especially in connection with their global supply chains. Efforts to develop resilience could lead manufacturing companies to shift at least some of their overseas operations to the U.S. At the same time, regulatory issues and health care costs could affect the pace of this transition.
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