Shift work

“While China will remain an important part of our global manufacturing platform for the next decade, we have accelerated the ramp-up in other low cost countries and the US”


Joseph Galli

Techtronic’s CEO Joseph Galli comments on the impact of the Sino-US trade war. The firm currently makes the majority of its power tools in China but generates three quarters of its sales in the US. A shift to production in Vietnam will help the manufacturer of Hoovers offset the impact of US tariffs on China.

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