Tackling Supply Chain Challenges of U.S. Manufacturing

by Jennifer McAlpine / April 15, 2022

Relocating manufacturing operations to the U.S. from an overseas location isn't as easy as just picking a building and setting up some machines. You need a broad range of expertise, from process design to machine maintenance. You'll also need a supply chain that supports your U.S. manufacturing strategy, with a solid foundation of U.S. and near-shore suppliers. This can be challenging when much of the electronics parts ecosystem gravitated toward Asian manufacturing centers over the past two decades.

Benchmark's global manufacturing footprint includes nine U.S. manufacturing sites and a robust U.S. supply chain, making manufacturing services from Benchmark an excellent solution when you need to move your manufacturing closer to your engineering team or closer to your customers.

Listen to Benchmark SVP, Chief Procurement Officer Dave Clark describe why companies are increasingly choosing U.S. manufacturing for their electronics, and why they are choosing Benchmark.



Setting up a U.S.-based supply chain can be one of the biggest challenges of moving manufacturing to the United States. Dave Clark explains how Benchmark supports customers' supply chain requirements in the U.S.



Ready to learn more about manufacturing in the U.S. to meet Buy American requirements or other global sourcing goals? Visit our U.S. Manufacturing resources page!

about the author

Jennifer McAlpine

Jennifer McAlpine is the Product Marketing Manager at Benchmark, communicating the value of Benchmark's product realization services. Prior to joining Benchmark, she was a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State, serving in U.S. Embassies in Ireland, Gabon, Algeria, and Guinea. She holds an MBA from W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and a BA in Economics from the University of Minnesota.