Episode 6: The Reshoring Revolution

The global supply chain disruptions brought on by the pandemic exposed vulnerabilities in a system reliant on distant suppliers. Businesses, both large and small, grappled with prolonged delays in acquiring essential materials and products. The scarcity of computer chips, for instance, affected toy and appliance manufacturers alike. In response, businesses accelerated a trend toward moving production and manufacturing closer to home while increasing automation.

This episode examines how this revitalization of American manufacturing may influence investors seeking opportunities, businesses seeking efficient supply chains, and consumers anticipating increased product variety and domestic job opportunities.

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Meet the speakers

Chris Walker, Equity Analyst at Regions Bank

Fran Smitherman, Director of Equity Research for Regions Investment Management

Harry Moser, President and Founder of The Reshoring Initiative