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Made in the USA momentum

With supply chain uncertainty, domestic manufacturing wins golden opinions.

Huber unveils manufacturing plans for South Carolina

New facility will supply a component used for the manufacturing of ZIP System panels.

The new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade pact could provide housing affordability relief.

The tool manufacturer invests in expansion at three facilities.

Senate hearing highlights challenges faced by Mid Continent Nail

Rinnai America makes good on its pledge to build domestically.

The retailer is offering and clearly identifying more than 3,500 products that represent more environmentally-friendly alternatives.

Here’s a sign that the Made-in-USA movement is gaining strength.

Is today’s social and retail climate ripe for domestic manufacturing?

At International Hardware Fair, delegates focus on products, features and innovation.

Richard Russo has seen more than his fair share of new products in his career with the National Hardware Show. And in recent years, he's seeing an increasing number of made-in-the-USA products along with research indicating the trend is real.

Pocketbook patriotism isn't the only factor giving American manufacturers confidence in their domestic business models....

This “Made in the USA” issue of Home Channel News profiles several companies that point to the benefits of domestic manufacturing. But for many more companies, sourcing product to low-cost overseas factories makes compelling economic sense. Home Channel News interviewed an executive from one such company — a manufacturer of a well-known brand of home improvement products — who spoke openly on condition of anonymity. Call him “Manufacturer X.” 

Customers want quality products, and customers want low prices. And a high percentage of consumers...

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