6 Benefits of USA Made In House Manufacturing Process

Apr 16, 2021 8:45:00 AM / by Michael Witt

In-house manufacturing in America has been discussed at length over the past several decades, yet the conversation doesn't always move the needle in the right direction. The real benefits of manufacturing business can sometimes get lost in the shuffle as people focus more on the bottom line than the path that's taken to get there. This is just one of the reasons why you may need to reminded of the real value of buying within the country. See why this process is so important, particularly when it comes to critical infrastructure. 

1. Reduced Cost for Delivery

Having to ship anything from another country doesn't just take more labor, it also requires a trip to customs. The delivery process is often laden with snags and hiccups, many of which could never have been accounted for. It adds up after a while and can take a big chunk out of your bottom line. 

2. Shorter Lead Times 

Custom manufacturing in the United States tends to be on the efficient side, which means reduced lead times all around. When production needs to be done quickly — without cutting corners — it's nice to have a company to turn to that's already in the country. 

3. Environmentally Friendly

When you cut down on transportation, you cut down on the energy needed to move goods back and forth. Companies also have to factor in the environmental standards here, which are often far more stringent here than around the world. Reducing the world's carbon footprint isn't just one person's job. It's up to everyone to make responsible choices that give us all cleaner air and water. 

4. Higher Standard of Safety and Quality Control 

This is often one of the biggest reasons why someone might choose an in-house manufacturing process. Another option leaves a lot up to chance in terms of both safety and quality control. The last thing people want to do is increase their liability, which is exactly what they'll do if they choose the wrong manufacturer. It's just not worth leaving that much open when you consider the gravity of major errors. 

5. Quality Customer Service 

Customer service in the USA starts with understanding your needs. When you talk to someone in the same country, you cut down on confusion on nearly every level. From the nuances of the language to cultural traditions, there's a lot of hassle that you can avoid when you work with someone in America. 

6. US Manufacturers Pay US Taxes

This is similar to your environmental impact in that it affects more people than you think. Supporting those in the US means that everyone in the country benefits. Your dollars go back into everything from social programs to necessary infrastructure. It can all make a big difference to all citizens when everything is said and done.

Contact Kontek Industries Today 

Located in North Carolina, Kontek Industries provides a number of infrastructure solutions in the US. Custom fabrication is a specialty of ours and sought by high-profile clients across the nation. From the Department of Defense to nuclear facilities, our products are effective in every sense of the word. From the cost to the functionality, we use the latest technology to ensure our manufacturing process is one that clients can trust. 

Topics: Critical Infrastructure, Custom Fabrication

Michael Witt

Published by Michael Witt

Michael Witt is the Director of Sales & Marketing at Kontek Industries. Michael is responsible for coordinating and executing sales strategies and marketing campaigns for the company. Prior to joining Kontek Industries, Michael was the Vice President of Sales of a U.S.-based physical security and surveillance company, where he managed a sales team supporting global security companies, the US Department of Defense, the US Department of Energy, law enforcement agencies, and various defense groups across the world. Michael Witt served in the United States Marine Corps from 2006 – 2010 and conducted combat operations in Afghanistan on multiple deployments. Michael has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Gardner Webb University.