“Maker-to-User” Movement in U.S. Manufacturing Gaining Traction
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“Maker-to-User” Movement in U.S. Manufacturing Gaining Traction

CHICAGO, Aug. 22, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In the newly released report “‘ Farm-to-Table’ Becomes ‘Maker-to-User’: How a Manufacturing Movement is Emerging,” MetalMiner, the top pricing and sourcing intelligence website for metal-buying organizations, explores how the “Maker-to-User” model is gaining traction in the American manufacturing market. Amid tariff tumult comes the argument that local sourcing and production can be the remedy for supply chain headaches.

“The Maker-to-User movement is not new to U.S. manufacturing,” says MetalMiner Founder and CEO Lisa Reisman. “In most instances, potential small cost increases are more than outweighed by improved lead times, flexibility and reliability due to the shorter supply chain.”

Available as a direct download, the report:

The report illustrates how especially basic US industries are at risk due to extensive import penetration and examines the question of consumer cost. To access the full report, click here.

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