Monday, May 14, 2012

Posted by: Dan Oster
Industrial Specialist
775 336 4665
 As a member of the Industrial Properties Group, Dan has participated in the sales and leasing of a wide variety of Industrial properties from 1,000 to 700,000 sqft in Northern Nevada. Dan's primary goal is to provide unsurpassed customer service to the clients he represents.

A trend first noted in February of 2010, ever more manufacturing companies are deciding to insource or self perform manufacturing work.  By ending tax breaks to companies that outsource and increasing manufacturing tax deductions, the stage has been set for a revitalized manufacturing sector according to a recent article by the US Treasury Dept.

Apart from creating great middle class jobs, manufacturing accounts for 9% of employment, 12% of GDP, 60% of exports, and 69% of private sector R&D spending. Furthermore, the innovations from such R&D transcend beyond the company and have a multiplier effect within the local communities where the manufacturer is located. As we noted in a recent series of articles on the economic advantages of relocating from California to Nevada, firms are likely to enjoy a much higher degree of profitability with a Nevada address.

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