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US MANUFACTURING PERSPECTIVE

The Re-Design of US-Based Manufacturing is Underway

BosunPartners is observing an emerging generational opportunity developing across the U.S. and Western manufacturing sector.

A movement from offshoring to reshoring

A strategic shift from labor to automation and new technologies

A shift in focus from reducing expenses to revenue expansion and new customers

A once in generation U.S. government investment in infrastructure

We collaborate with portfolio manufacturing companies and technology innovators serving the sector to grow their business and provide new investment.


We work with growth investors to identify new opportunities in U.S. and Western manufacturing companies and grow them.

THIS OPPORTUNITY IS FUELED BY:
BOSUNPARTNERS SEIZES THE OPPORTUNITY IN TWO FUNDAMENTAL WAYS:

A Unique Tailwind in the Manufacturing Sector

The new U.S. Federal Government infrastructure spending commitment will funnel historic investments in manufacturing, with hard tech sectors expected to be future economic growth engines.

What’s Driving Manufacturing Transformation?

Three fundamental trends are driving transformation:

The COVID pandemic and rising U.S. – China trade tensions have accelerated the pace of reshoring and the shortening of supply chains.

The push for a once-in-a-generation government infrastructure spending commitment in the U.S. will funnel historic investments in manufacturing.

The push for a once-in-a-generation government infrastructure spending commitment in the U.S. will funnel historic investments in manufacturing.

Disruptors Will Control the Sector

Radical Transformation

These combined forces are creating a perfect storm in which the manufacturing industry is radically transforming:

A Perfect Storm:  The Manufacturing Industry is Radically Transforming

After decades of offshoring, the U.S. and the West have underproduced engineers and manufacturing skills for a generation. 

 

Additionally, many of today’s 500,000 U.S. manufacturers are struggling to react to market opportunities due to aging “low energy” ownership, a critical skills shortage, limited innovation in go-to-market, and a general acceptance that offshoring to super experienced Asia providers had won.

 

These challenges can be met. The sector must maximize human resources and take advantage of the West’s recognized creativity producing more intelligent, automated solutions from design and production to delivery to transform old-school manufacturing.