Recent world events and fluctuations in supply chains have shed light on the importance of manufacturing production in North America. This enlightenment is fueling a growing trend towards reshoring operations at home, therefore avoiding inconsistencies related to offshore channels. Abroad, negative variables include the rise in factory wages, import regulations, and the risk of intellectual property theft. At home, advantages include more favorable tax burdens, new and cheaper automation tools, better quality control, and quicker product-to-market cycles—to name a few. Together, these forces have the potential to strengthen the Made-in-America label.