Pandemic-induced supply chain hurdles caused many of Wisconsin’s manufacturers to reevaluate where they are getting materials, and industry consultants expect that trend to continue.

Some companies already moved some of their supply chains back to North America, but future geopolitical pressures could force manufacturers to accelerate those plans.

In northeast Wisconsin, manufacturers have increasingly looked at using domestic suppliers and those from neighboring countries like Mexico as a way to combat supply chain disruptions, according to Ann Franz, executive director of the Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance.

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