These 15 Companies Are Leading The American Manufacturing Renaissance

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ISI has issued a comprehensive report called Investing in the U.S. Manufacturing RenaissanceAmong other things, it cites 48 instances of U.S. companies or industries expanding or bringing back  production capacity in the states.

We’ve boiled down the more significant ones in the following presentation. 

Chrysler will manufacture Maserati SUVs in Michigan

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Source: ISI

Michigan-based Collegiate Bead Company is bringing jobs back to the U.S. from China

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Source: ISI

Electrolux plans to close its Quebec plant, and move to a new plant in Memphis to lower costs

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Source: ISI

GE GE announced it will bring back 800 jobs from Mexico to Kentucky

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Source: ISI

Jacobs was recently awarded a $1b contract for a pipe manufacturing plant in Texas

Whirlpool brought back production of KitchenAid mixers to the US from China

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Source: ISI

Marinetek, a Finnish company, opened its North American headquarters in Florida and will create manufacturing jobs

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Master Lock is moving production to Milwaukee from China

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Source: ISI

NCR is making automated teller machines in Georgia that had been made overseas

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Source: ISI

Otis Elevator is moving production to South Carolina from Mexico

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Source: ISI

Rolls-Royce will build a manufacturing facility in Indianapolis to produce aircraft engines

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Source: ISI

Siemens closed its plant in Ontario, moving production to an existing plant in North Carolina in part because of lower labour costs

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Source: ISI

Starbucks tapped a US factory, not China, to make its coffee mugs

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Source: ISI

Toyota to move production of Highlander to Indiana for export

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Source: ISI

A new CAT factory in Georgia will employ about 1,400 people and make construction equipment currently produced in Japan

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Source: ISI

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