Private Investors Looking to Capitalize on Nearshoring Trends Turn to Mexico
Employees on a secondary assembly line for electronics in Arteaga, Mexico. The plant is part of contract manufacturer MacroFab’s factory network. As more businesses look to diversify their supply chains and bring more of their production closer to the U.S., private-capital firms and the companies they own are increasingly looking to Mexico. Known as reshoring or nearshoring, the shift to bring supply chains and manufacturing closer to the U.S. has grown as U.S.-China tensions and the pandemic-driven distribution crisis forced businesses to give priority to supply-chain resiliency over the cost-cutting that once sent that production to Asia, particularly China, consultants and deal makers say.
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