To Offshore or Reshore? How to Objectively Decide Harry Moser President Reshoring Initiative SMA Bringing manufacturing Jobs Back Home

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  • To Offshore or Reshore? How to Objectively Decide Harry Moser President Reshoring Initiative SMA Bringing manufacturing Jobs Back Home
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  • Definitions Reshoring/Backshoring/Onshoring/Insourcing: Bringing back manufacture of products that will be sold or assembled here. Producing near the consumer!
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  • Geographic sourcing alternatives
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  • Flawed company economic model 60% of manufacturers: Apply rudimentary total cost models Wage Arbitrage PPV (Purchase Price Variance) Landed Cost Ignore 20% or more of the total cost of offshored products Source: Archstone Consulting survey, American Machinist Mag., 7/16/09
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  • Manufacturing Is Expected to Return to America Renaissance in Manufacturing We expect net labor costs for manufacturing in China and the U.S. to converge by around 2015 take a hard look at the total costs Source: Boston Consulting Group press release 5/11 & 4/12 Source: Michelle D. Loyalka, 2/17/12 NYT Chinese no longer just thankful not to go hungry.
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  • The Industry-Led Initiative Provides Free Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Software for companies and suppliers Online Library of 400+ reshoring articles Case Study template for posting cases. Media coverage of the trend: WSJ, Fox Business, USA Today, IW, CBS, CNBC, etc. ~100 presentations/year nationwide Motivation for skilled manufacturing careers Solutions to major supply chain problems
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  • TCO Estimator benefits Provides a single TCO for each source Flexible: values are 100% user selected. Broad: 29 cost factors. Via pull down menus you automatically insert: Freight rates for 17 countries Duty rates for parts or tools, e.g. molds Current value and 5 year forecast of TCO. Easy to use: Explanations and references to help select values. Free
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  • TCO Comparison Example
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  • Even Landed Cost Misses a lot of TCO Source: TCO user 2012 database 27 cases China vs. U.S: Median values
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  • Some Reshorers
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  • Water-heaters Bringing Production back from China: Water-heater production Unionized facility in Louisville, KY 400 jobs, renovated facility Reasons: Tax incentives High-tech new model Ease of design collaboration with workers: cut cost $20 2 tier contract Chinese cost: -30% becomes +6% considering inventory and delivery problems Will move a significant piece of appliance production back
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  • Reshoring is happening! 34% of larger companies surveyed are considering bringing manufacturing back to the U.S. (MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation 2012) 40% of contract manufacturers have done reshoring work this year (MFG.com 4/12) % of U.S. consumers who view products Made in America very favorably: 78% (2012) up from 58% (2010) (AAM June 28-July 2, 2012) More likely to buy U.S. product 76% Less likely to buy Chinese product 57% ( Perception Research Services Intl. survey 7/12, 1400 consumers)
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  • 50,000 Manufacturing Jobs since Jan 2010! Reshoring yielded: About 50,000 manufacturing jobs* ~ 10% of manufacturing job growth since the Jan. 2010 low ~ 100,000 total, including multiplier effect * Source of estimate: Reshoring Initiative tabulation of jobs listed in 287 Reshoring Library articles, 85% published since Jan 2010
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  • BCGs Tipping Point Industries Computers and electronics Appliances/electrical equipment Machinery Furniture Plastics and rubber Fabricated metals Transportation goods U.S. Manufacturing Nears the Tipping Point, Boston Consulting Group
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  • Industries of published cases IndustryNumber Elec. equip, appliances & components46 Transportation equipment34 Computer and electronics25 Machinery21 Miscellaneous19 Plastics and rubber16 Fabricated metal parts16 Furniture12 Clothing and textiles4 Food and beverage4 Primary metals, food and beverage2 each Library, July 2012 Source: Reshoring Library, March 2013
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  • Reasons for reported cases REASON# of CASES CITED Wage and Currency Changes72 Quality, Warranty, Rework51 Freight Cost44 Delivery43 Travel Cost/Time or Local Onsite38 Inventory26 Intellectual Property Loss or Risk25 Total Cost22 Communications20 Image/Brand (prefer US)17 Difficulty of Innovation/Product Differentiation10 Loss of Customer Responsiveness9 Price7 Natural Disaster Risk6 Green Considerations4 Government Incentives4 Burden on Staff, Political Instability, Personnel Risk, Regulatory Compliance 3 each Reshoring Library 3/13
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  • 61% of reshoring cases are from China Country from which reshoredNumber China105 Mexico21 Japan12 India8 Taiwan5 Canada, Spain3 each Germany, Malaysia, Philippines2 each Brazil, El Salvador, Indonesia, Hungary, Singapore, UK, Venezuela, Guatemala, Singapore, Malaysia 1 each Source: Reshoring Library 3/16/13
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  • Potential for reshored jobs is huge! Scenario Source of Scenario Mfg. Jobs* Total Jobs** Today: If all companies used TCO Reshoring Initiative ~500,0001,000,000 By 2015: If Chinese wage trends continue BCG1,000,0002,000,000 Better U.S. training, process improvement, automation, tax rates ~AMP (Advanced Mfg. Partnership) 2,000,0004,000,000 End of offshore currency manipulation Most mfg. trade groups 3,000,0006,000,000 * # of jobs is cumulative. ** Assumes a low 1.0 Multiplier Effect.
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  • Gaining support in Washington, DC Commerce Dept: 2012 budget specifies TCO. Links: http://nist.gov/mep/reshoring.cfm http://business.usa.gov/program/reshoring-initiative http://www.manufacturing.gov/other_orgs.html Major new site: http://acetool.commerce.gov/ Major new site: http://acetool.commerce.gov/ 6 rounds of free MEP webinars, next 6/12/13 Testified at Congressional hearing on 3/28/12 Working actively with SelectUSA Calls from: United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission White House National Economic Council
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  • 1/11/12 Insourcing Forum
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  • But how do apprenticeships and credentials pay?
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  • What can you do? Use the tools. Free at www.reshorenow.orgwww.reshorenow.org Reshore. Help your customers reshore Use our archived webinars to inform staff and customers Call on me to speak at: open houses, webinars, customer industry conferences Post a link like http://www.pres- flex.com/american-made/ http://www.pres- flex.com/american-made/ Submit cases of customer reshoring to promote your company and steel Help me find a big U.S. poster company.
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  • Investment By understanding: the advantage of producing near the consumer, and the small TCO gap instead of the large price gap Your U.S. customers can: justify domestic investment, process improvement, automation, training, etc. And do not have to sacrifice quality, delivery, time-to-market, or employees to be competitive and profitable.
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  • A not-for-profit with 47 sponsors Gold Gold G Silver Platinum Gold Silver
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  • A not-for-profit with 47 sponsors BronzeB ronzeBro nze SteeelSStSteeleel Iron Bronze Steel
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  • Help slow the offshoring flood now! Contact: Harry Moser Founder and President 847-726-2975 harry.moser@reshorenow.org www.reshorenow.org Recruiting trainees for the skilled manufacturing workforce: http://tinyurl.com/33vpz9k http://tinyurl.com/33vpz9k