Reshore your way back with automation
Global crises have exposed the flaws inherent in the idea of offshoring and just-in-time manufacturing processes. Manufacturers and suppliers are looking to automation to help relocate their production facilities closer to their customers.
AUTOMATION TO THE RESCUE
Reshore with robotics
You are not going to compete with offshore means of production by manually building product faster or cheaper. The only way to match changing demand and persistent operations disruptions is by shortening supply chains and by bringing highly innovative, efficient means of production closer to your customers. This is where automation comes in.
Reduce Reliance on Labor
Focus existing labor on higher value tasks
Automation helps keep employees engaged and makes their jobs more valuable.
Modern automation is software-driven, so can adapt quickly to changing conditions.
Flexible automation is easier to deploy, relocate, upgrade and expand
Monitor your automated workflows anytime, anywhere.
Provides competitive advantage
By being more responsive, adaptable and resilient
Far and cheap is becoming slow and expensive
companies cite logistics costs as reason for reshoring
more jobs projected to return to the U.S. this year
of executives have production reshoring under way
are looking to automation to bolster reshoring initiatives
Build back better with bots
Companies seeking to return production and distribution closer to their customers need more flexible automation systems to quickly adapt to changing demand.
of U.S. manufacturers have any industrial robots
open manufacturing positions in the U.S. today