Reshoring, the concept of bringing manufacturing and services previously transferred overseas back to the U.S., continues to be a hot-button, and sometimes knee-jerk issue, for the manufacturing industry. Trade tensions and posturing around tariffs continue to place a spotlight on the initiative, but alongside these elements lie a growing sentiment that reshoring is not as easy or cut-and-dried as when summed up for a media soundbite. While some companies are reconsidering prior offshore moves amid rising labor costs in Asia, there is more to the reshoring effect than meets the eye. Looking at the positives, reshoring can be an agreeable way to balance budgets, boost employment, introduce better jobs and attract a new generation of workers to the manufacturing industry. It’s also a feel-good story to tell during elections. Yet reshoring is not holding to levels previously seen in 2016….