Manufacturing resurgence in the US: Implications and opportunities
Is there a resurgence in US manufacturing or just a cyclical rebound around the corner? We explore several factors that could signal a resurgence in US manufacturing or may signal a return to
the status quo.
Exploring a possible US manufacturing resurgence
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Check out the publications and videos below for insights on a potential manufacturing resurgence.
Shale gas: Still a boon to US manufacturing?
US shale gas development
is maturing swiftly and its momentous growth is not only changing the country’s energy mix, and affecting energy markets globally. It’s also giving US manufacturing a boost through significant cost savings and job creation.
Shale gas: A renaissance in US manufacturing?
A PwC analysis finds that full-scale and robust shale gas development through 2025 could yield a number of potential benefits for the industrial manufacturing, chemicals, and metals industries.
10Minutes on US manufacturing resurgence
Signs point to a potential surge in domestic manufacturing, and US companies are carefully watching seven key factors that are impacting the trend. They also need to consider what a potential move or expansion of manufacturing facilities to the US could mean for all aspects of their business.
Shale gas: Reshaping the US Chemicals industry
Advances in horizontal drilling and fractionation of shale gas basins in North America are altering the chemicals industry value chain. In this analysis, we examine the immediate and longer term effects on the chemicals industry.