Can COVID-19 Take a Bite out of China’s Manufacturing Dominance?


The coronavirus in China has caused massive delays in the global economy, because the supply chain for many goods has been disrupted. Now there's talk of moving those jobs closer to home.

Rodney Manzo is a supply chain expert and CEO of Anvyl who says that's not likely to happen...

"The people that they have there have been trained open quality production, technical programming management, any field you can imagine: they have capacity, they have the equipment, they have the tools. And lastly, they're just fast; they work seven days a week. They don't stop."

Manzo calls it a trifecta you just won't find in Canada, Mexico or the U.S. He thinks the most we'll see out of American companies is better contingency plans.


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