Black Swans: The Evolution of Site Selection

“Gone are the days when unique world-scale plants would be considered sufficient to supply global demand. While there are scale effects to putting all manufacturing eggs in one basket (plant or country), these benefits will be discounted more heavily against the risks of manufacturing concentration.” Continue reading Tractus Executive Director Dennis J. Meseroll’s article for the Virginia Economic Development Partnership.

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