Made in the USA

FlagYou may have heard that American manufacturing is making a comeback. Jobs that were once moved overseas are returning in force. American companies like Ford and Apple are pledging to create hundreds, if not thousands, of jobs in the USA instead of in other countries. Many industries predict that this new “reshoring” trend will continue, and while there are many reasons for this, there’s also a simple fact; working with a domestic manufacturer offers many advantages.

A manufacturer like Urethane Systems Plus is uniquely suited to handle the needs of customers in many different industries. The primary benefits of working with an American manufacturer are numerous. First of all, you can expect a quicker turnaround time. When we manufacture small and mid-level orders of polyurethane components you can be sure that orders will be fulfilled quickly, and you won’t have to wait for items to ship from overseas. Nor do you have to pay for the cost of international shipping. Our clients know that the money they spend is for a quality product, and not for shipping costs from transporting components halfway around the world. Another benefit is that, on the rare occasion a mistake is made, it’s likely that an American manufacturer can be more quickly notified and can work faster to rectify the error. And, perhaps most importantly of all, when you’re dealing with a domestic contract manufacturer, you know that you’re going to get a high-quality American-made product.

The reshoring movement is here to stay, and for good reason. Nothing beats working with a domestic contract manufacturer. Remember that not only when you’re ordering quality polyurethane parts from us, but also when you need to fulfill needs for other products. Stick with an American manufacturer, and we’re positive that you won’t be disappointed. And stay tuned to this blog for more info about US manufacturing and custom polyurethane products.

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