Greg I think what JD is trying to point out is that with the cost of labor, plus the cost of meeting OSHA and EPA regs it makes things unprofitable to make here unless the consumer is willing to pay a good deal more. That's the whole problem. WE have become addicted to cheap products! And when you can import coffee cups for 10 cents delived to the dock and it cost me 20 cents to get em out the factory door in NJ, well I just can't compete because the consumer is going to buy the cheaper product at a box store.
Re: Is it just a matter of marketing? in reply to oldtanker, 01-05-2013 17:04:10
Oldtanker- How about this... what do you say about stiff Tariffs on imports? I understand everything in the USA will increase. At least, we are not funneling more of our dollars to a foreign country. :)
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