Executive Briefings

Globally Local: The New Face of Right-Shoring

Changing consumer demand shortens the supply chain

There's a quiet revolution going on in supply chains today. Global corporations are finding that manufacturing 10,000 miles away from their customers may no longer be the best decision. For a growing number of products, the risks - in terms of cost, lead times, responsiveness and customer service - outweigh the benefits. Being closer to customers is now a better strategy. This shift to globally local supply operations - which many call "rightshoring" - offers powerful benefits.

In this white paper, we explore right-shoring as it is evolving today in North America, and look at what it means for supply chain operations across geographies and industries, including the high tech and automotive sectors.

Please CLICK HERE to view this white paper.

There's a quiet revolution going on in supply chains today. Global corporations are finding that manufacturing 10,000 miles away from their customers may no longer be the best decision. For a growing number of products, the risks - in terms of cost, lead times, responsiveness and customer service - outweigh the benefits. Being closer to customers is now a better strategy. This shift to globally local supply operations - which many call "rightshoring" - offers powerful benefits.

In this white paper, we explore right-shoring as it is evolving today in North America, and look at what it means for supply chain operations across geographies and industries, including the high tech and automotive sectors.

Please CLICK HERE to view this white paper.