Wall Street Journal (04/20/12) John Bussey
South Carolina is experiencing a resurgence in manufacturing. Although the new factories are automated and don’t require the number of workers the old ones did, they are employing college-educated engineers and machinists. In March the Institute of Supply Management’s manufacturing index revealed expansion for the 32nd month nationally, and South Carolina is benefiting from that expansion. At least 30 companies have expressed interest in moving to or expanding into the Greenville, SC, area. Meanwhile, 37% of 106 large U.S. manufacturers surveyed by the Boston Consulting Group say they intend to bring production back to the U.S. from China, or are thinking about it.
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