Moser On Manufacturing

Reshoring Initiative founder and Industry Week Manufacturing Hall of Famer Harry Moser is the host of Moser On Manufacturing. Every month, Harry takes a look and the importance of bringing manufacturing back to the United States, the impact of dependence on foreign manufacturing and what manufacturers can do to reshore production to the U.S.

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Episode 685: Moser On Manufacturing – Trends In Reshoring

On the latest episode of Moser On Manufacturing, Manufacturing Talk Radio host Lew Weiss and Reshoring Initiative founder Harry Moser discuss the latest trends in reshoring and their impact on the U.S. economy. Harry discusses some of the surprise effects of reshoring, both environmental and economic, the number of jobs that have been restored, and …

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Episode 674: Supply Chain Disruption Underscores The Need To Reshore Now

Moser On Manufacturing

On today’s episode host Harry Moser discusses with Lew Weiss how manufacturers measure competitiveness by comparing delivery, quality, and price and why U.S. manufacturers keep losing out on price. Harry looks closely at how the U.S. lost its edge and the path back to global manufacturing leadership. Harry also explains how companies could bring back …

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Episode 653: We’re from the Government – We’re here to help you!

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For more than a decade, Harry Moser, founder and CEO of the Reshoring Initiative (www.reshorenow.org), has been an industry leader and champion for reshoring products and jobs that went overseas. He has spoken at industry conferences, trade shows, and in the halls and offices of government across the country to deliver his message to bring …

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Episode 645: Is American Manufacturing Returning to America?

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Harry Moser, Founder and President of the Reshoring Initiative, discusses what is happening in manufacturers bringing production, and jobs, back to America.  Offshoring, particularly to Asia, has lost much of its cost benefits, especially with wages in China rising and the loss of intellectual property.  The mood of America towards products produced in China has …

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