I recently went to Sheboygan, Wisconsin to generate a photo package on the Wigwam socks factory.
(Reuters) – China’s rise as a manufacturing power has benefited American factory owners in at least one way.
The Middle Kingdom’s insatiable appetite for second-hand machinery means that small U.S. businesses can make a quick buck by selling old equipment there.
For some American manufacturers, however, the idea of shipping even used stuff with no book value to their chief overseas rival is anathema…. Read More
This article was written by John Gress