More to Reshore

With all of our past coverage on The Reshoring Initiative, we are excited to promote its latest program in partnership with Walmart, which seeks to help companies manufacture more consumer products in the United States.

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With all of our past coverage on The Reshoring Initiative, we are excited to promote its latest program in partnership with Walmart, which seeks to  help companies manufacture more consumer products in the United States. Walmart has committed to increase its U.S. purchases by $50 billion annually by January 2023.  Harry Moser, founder and president of the Reshoring Initiative estimates that the company’s increased purchases "will add 300,000 U.S. manufacturing jobs.”

The new program provides direct, personal access to 35 manufacturing trade associations, companies, banks, U.S. Commerce Department offices and other groups. Each group has assigned dedicated resources to help companies develop and implement plans to produce or source more domestically produced goods. The program launch was coordinated with Walmart’s Open Call and U.S. Manufacturing Summit in Bentonville, Arkansas, which was attended by the U.S. Commerce Secretary, two governors and current and prospective suppliers.

The Reshoring Support page on Walmart’s JUMP (Jobs in U.S. Manufacturing Portal) site links to the Reshoring Initiative’s Resources for Retail Suppliers page, which contains resources to facilitate and accelerate supplier efforts. 

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