Two Global Value Streams Passing In the Night
Interesting story about a Fortune 500 company who is starting up a factory in China: Apparently, they are having trouble getting tools, so employees from an American factory went to Sears to buy Craftsman tools to send to the China factory. Craftsman tools are still proudly made in the U.S.A., as opposed to most tools which are now made in China. How ironic that for all of the tools being sent from China to the U.S. market, that we're sending at least some American made tools over there…
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