Considering reshoring? Keep an eye on Washington

Tax breaks, loans and other incentives could support reshoring efforts

Long freight train hauls cargo The COVID-19 crisis has exposed risks and weaknesses in supply chains across numerous industries. As companies take a fresh look at the risks of increasingly global and increasingly complex supply chains, many are considering reshoring. These organizations aren’t the only ones looking at reshoring. There is bipartisan support in Washington to do more to encourage repatriating operations. Listen as Jonathan Eaton, who heads up Grant Thornton’s supply chain advisory practice, and Robert Shea, who directs our public sector efforts, discuss why reshoring is gaining consideration and what companies should watch for in terms of legislation and incentives.


Jonathan EatonJonathan Eaton
Operations Transformation
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Robert SheaRobert Shea
Strategy, Marketing and Public Affairs
Grant Thornton Public Sector, LLC
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