The organizations will be working together to assist companies that want to reshore.
SILICON VALLEY AND SAN DIEGO, CA, USA, August 19, 2015 — The Reshoring Institute and Evolve Manufacturing Technologies today jointly announced that they have partnered to help companies bring manufacturing back to America. The organizations will be working together to assist companies that want to reshore.
The partnership is expected to offer manufacturers a reasonable alternative when they are considering bringing manufacturing back to the US. “We are delighted to partner with Evolve and work together to support companies that have decided to reshore their production to the US. Evolve offers a high-quality and reasonable cost alternative to offshoring,” says Rosemary Coates, Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute. “The Reshoring Institute assists by developing cost-comparison models, research and project management services.”
The Reshoring Institute offers downloadable research from its website, and personalized consulting assistance at reasonable fees, using student interns from the University of San Diego Graduate School of Business. The Institute’s mission is to provide research and support for companies bringing manufacturing and services back to America and to educate student interns about the business of manufacturing.
“Our partnership with the Reshoring Institute will help us deepen our US manufacturing assistance,” says Noreen King, CEO of Evolve Manufacturing Technologies. “We are seeing a high level of interest in Reshoring production and we are positioned to take on new production projects.”
Evolve Manufacturing Technologies is a contract manufacturer offering innovative turnkey solutions for precision mechanical and electro-mechanical products for a variety of customers and industries. With a leading-edge manufacturing facility located in Silicon Valley along with a talented team of manufacturing professionals, the company offers both proximity and expertise.
Evolve works with clients from pre-clinical stages of product development through final commercialization providing dedicated work cells for projects and accommodating breaks in production due to re-design and regulatory delays.
More information on the Reshoring Institute can be found online at http://ReshoringInstitute.org or by contacting Rosemary Coates, Executive Director