Benefits of Made in USA

Cheaper, More Reliable Shipping

The U.S. offers lower labor, natural gas and electricity costs than some other developed countries

Fewer Business Risks

Intellectual property theft and devaluation of the U.S. dollar are just some of the risks companies face when they outsource production to other countries

Safer Products

Products made under the scrutiny of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Departments of Commerce and Agriculture are typically held to higher quality standards than many foreign-made products. Safer materials and products give our customers peace of mind

Environmental Concerns

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency also requires manufacturers to adhere to strict environmental standards that limit emissions and pollutants. Other countries are making huge carbon footprints today that will harm the environment for many years.


Many durable goods manufacturers are putting more technology into their finished products.  For example, Chrysler and Apple have become synonymous with build and design quality, and have been awarded for each of those aspects.

Federal and Local Tax Revenue

Let’s face it – manufacturing that is re-shored allows for better employment rates, higher tax collection, and better global economies.

Humanitarian Aspects

We  feel patriotic when they support the U.S. economy and create jobs for American workers. They also want to know that factory workers are not subjected to unsafe conditions, low wages or other forms of exploitation that the U.S. Department of Labor and domestic labor unions protect against.