reshoring

reshoring

A temporary vertical support for forms or a completed structure, placed after the original shoring support has been removed.
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These job creation plans are underpinned by manufacturers' reshoring activity.
The increase in reshoring activity to the UK is creating more jobs and Lloyds Bank is committed to supporting its growth and success.
Elite is a proud contributor to the reshoring initiatives, focused on bringing manufacturing back to the United States.
Contract notice: Establishment of European reshoring monitor.
We approached our original UK supplier but they couldn't meet the price so we gave Thomas Dudley the chance to offer us a solution for reshoring back to the Black Country.
Ratzenberger is also well known as an avid proponent of the reshoring effort (bringing manufacturing back to America) and bolstering the large skilled labor force we were once so proud of.
Reshoring and increased demand for lightweight aluminum die castings have meant a strong rebound for Allcast in the wake of last decade's recession.
According to consulting firm AT Kearney, in 2013-2014, reshoring activity took place in sectors such as computers and electronics, appliances and medical equipment, primary metals, machinery, furniture, plastics and rubber, paper, and fabricated metals, and even in sectors that most thought would never return, such as apparel and textiles.
It also raises a question as to how much more steam there is in the reshoring phenomenon.
MY15 aims to strengthen supply chains to bolster reshoring, raise Yorkshire's profile and get more of its manufacturers involved in major contracts.
Reshoring has had a positive impact on the UK economy, resulting in the creation of more than 1,500 UK manufacturing jobs since 2011, according to research consultancy PA.
reshoring the manufacturing of goods Walmart currently buys by facilitating these efforts among its suppliers.