Precision Turned Parts
Oldest Pin Maker in the USA
It's who we are!

The topic of "reshoring" (the practice of bringing manufacturing and services back to the U.S. from overseas) is a top item being discussed within the U.S. manufacturing industry. A January 19, 2016 article in Industry Week (Is Reshoring Increasing or Declining?) presented two conflicting sides on reshoring.  On one side, the Boston Consulting Group stated "The share of executives saying that their companies are actively reshoring production increased by 9% since 2014 and by about 250% since 2012".  The opposing side, A.T. Kearney, stated "the U.S. Reshoring Index shows that, for the fourth consecutive year, reshoring of manufacturing activities to the United States has once again failed to keep up with offshoring". 

Although there is a clear difference of opinion between these two reporting entities, we can unequivocally say the trend of reshoring is real.  Since 2012, W.H. Bagshaw has been the domestic choice for a multitude of parts that have been reshored to the U.S.  Back in our August 2012 e-letter (August 2012 e-letter ), we highlighted the fairly "new" topic of reshoring.  At that time, BCG survey reported that "out of 100 companies surveyed, 37% were planning to reshore back to the U.S. or 'actively considering it'".  

We are hopeful that the trend in reshoring will continue to bring back more manufacturing work and jobs to U.S. soil.  Since 1870, W.H. Bagshaw Co. has been making American parts and we will continue to lead the charge in keeping products "made in America".  Let us support your business today by contacting us for a free custom quote!
January Part of The Month
A fire arms industry custom trigger sitting next to one of our many tools of the trade, the eye loop. 

Material: 7075 aluminum
Features: Multiple through holes
                  Milled textured feature
                  Milled pocket
                  All milling done on a Swiss TURNING" machine and
                  no features are turned on this part!

1st in the Nation!

The NH primary will take place less than two weeks from now on February 9th.  Living and working here, it's easy to take for granted how accessible the candidates are to us Granite Staters.  It's also easy to forget that not everyone in every small town across the country has presidential candidates walking in their 4th of July parade or stopping by their place of business to address their employees.  In New Hampshire, we have presidential rallies, debates, and town hall meetings for months leading up the primaries.  Being First in the Nation is something that makes New Hampshire truly unique.

Since 1960, the first ballots were cast at the Balsams Grand Resort in Dixville Notch, NH.  Upon it's closing, the neighboring township of Millsfield got official backing to take on the first balloting role when Gov. Maggie Hassan signed legislation allowing the town to open its polls at midnight.

On February 9th, the eyes of the nation will once again be on our great state for the first votes cast in another exciting presidential primary.
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