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5 Reasons why Brush Manufacturing is Coming Back to the USA


Business is looking up for made-in-America products. Many of the products that were formerly made in China are making their way back to USA production. One such industry that is making a comeback is that of brush manufacturing, which includes vacuum brushes, snow brush sweeps, and custom brushes. This is good news for the American worker and for those purchasing items. Americans can take pride in purchasing items made by their own country. In addition, purchasing products made in the USA is an investment in your own community.

Why is the brush manufacturing finding a home is America once again? Here are five reasons you will be seeing the “made in America” seal on more products from the brush manufacturing industry.

Quality Matters

People desire the quality of a well-made brush. No one wants to purchase anything made with cheap materials and cheap labor, because, let’s face it, it just won’t hold up over time. When manufacturers use quality material and talented workers to produce their product, then consumers are happier and purchase more products.

Delivery Times

When companies have to wait for delivery of their goods, it slows down business. While waiting for a delivery to arrive, potential customers may be lost. When purchasing items straight from an American manufacturer, the delivery time is much faster. This positively affects a business’s revenue.

Price is just as competitive

Contrary to what some people may think, just because brushes are made in another country doesn’t mean the price will be lower. Actually, pricing is now more competitive when purchasing these brushes in the USA.

Less stock

Keeping a good stock of different brush types is essential to appealing to a wider variety of customers. This is difficult to do when purchasing offshore. When manufacturers make their own brushes or use American products, they can afford to keep a greater stock. Those who rely on out-of-the-country brushes will have less stock, which is a negative factor for customers.

Better communication

Customers want communication that is prompt and thorough. Customers are satisfied when receiving a timely acknowledgment for the order. Order confirmation and status updates keep people in the loop about their order. This is important to increase customer service relationships. In addition, the ease of phone communications allows any party to reach out with questions or concerns.

We approach the end of the year on a positive note with many brush manufacturers making it back to the USA. Customers can take pride in knowing the brushes they purchase are carefully produced in the great country in which they live. Contact us today for your brush needs.

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