Walk onto the shop floor at Prince Industries in Shanghai, China and it looks like most other manufacturing plants in this country. It’s busy running two shifts, cranking out components that will be shipped to major manufacturers like Caterpillar, Siemens, and Honeywell.
But change is in the air.
The cost of manufacturing in China is going up and rising quickly.
“It’s something that we anticipated when we went to China, we just didn’t know how quick it would happen,” said Mark Miller, CEO of Prince Industries.
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