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May 8, 2015

While U.S. Textile Manufacturing Remains Sluggish, Mexican Capacity Grow

A recent op-ed piece by Mike Flanagan in Sourcing Journal Online lamented the sluggish growth in U.S. textile manufacturing, particularly when it comes to apparel. Despite some small progress in the textile area, Flanagan reports that there has been an annual decline in apparel making since the early 90s. Unfortunately the U.S. apparel manufacturing industry does not yet seem to be participating in the national jobs recovery.

June 20, 2014

Made in the USA: 2014 and Beyond

How many people do you know that have been affected by outsourcing jobs to other countries? The actual number may shock you. Long before “outsourcing” became a buzz word, the US had been doing it since the 1950’s.

October 11, 2013

MFI International Addresses The U.S. Textile Workers Shortage

Textiles companies have several major problems, including a shortage of skilled sewers. MFI International has the solutions, including a highly-skilled workforce.

September 26, 2013

Mexico's Textile Industry Outperforms Asian Industries

The news about the April, 2013, tragedy in Bangladesh received worldwide attention. And it should have because 1,129 Bangladeshi garment workers died when the building they were working in collapsed.

June 21, 2013

USA Companies Are Choosing Mexico over Other Nations for Manufacturing

Did you know that a product that says it is “Made in Mexico” is actually 40 percent manufactured in the United States?

June 5, 2013

How Manufacturers in Mexico Can Avoid Fire and Safety Disasters

The perils of manufacturing overseas at factories without adequate fire and workplace safety standards are risks that every CEO and compliance officer need to consider.

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