- Badly Needed Commitments by OEMs
- Technology Innovation in the US
- Manufacturing Automation & Robotics
- Contract Mfrs Need to Step Up
- Key Industry Players and
- Suppliers showing it Can Be Done
This site is dedicated to Ideas, Programs and People, including corporate leaders, that will assist the U.S. in strengthening its domestic footprint for high volume electronic manufacturing, and other industries.
Like it or not, Donald Trump is President-Elect and Mike Pence VP-Elect. They will have a commitment to reduce taxes on corporations from the highest in the world to ~15%. They will also find a way to encourage companies to repatriate Trillions of dollars parked off-shore, to re-invest in North American manufacturing.
Without protectionist policies, and nurturing international competitiveness, US and Canadian companies - and others wishing to manufacture here - should be attracted to North America for both domestic consumption and export. The US and Canada can become a formidable global competitor in both private sector and in their mutual national security. Mexico could become part of this, so long as they stop massive emigration to the US, protect their souther borders from the Drug Cartels and adopt an even playing field with North American industry.
Note: This site is not intended to echo current political controversies on domestic manufacturing - although the subject does indicate something is seriously amiss. The government aspect of this issue will play out with either further regulation and taxation of American companies, or with programs designed to increase U.S. competitiveness in a global economy.
China Assembly Line: $28/day vs $9 and $7 in Indonesia and Vietnam. A tough act for US workers to follow....Unless we Innovate!
Latest Data: There are over 20 million people working for government in the US today. Less than 10 million work in manufacturing. 7 million manufacturing jobs have been lost since manufacturing's peak in the 1990's. Don't you think it's about time something be done about this?
- The most Strategic Industry
- Key 21st Century Technologies
- U.S. Manufacturing Leadership
- U.S. GDP and Trade Balance
- Offshore competition, e.g. China is Moving Up the Technology Ladder
in the Making?