Siteline Cabinetry Has A Very Noble Cause

Many businesses across the nation, over a course extending more than 70 years, have retracted their manufacturing operations from the United States of America in the name of lower profits achieved by outsourcing labor and sourcing of materials used in such manufacturing, all while hurting the economy of the United States. Even though those companies make more money and ultimately employ more people around the globe by outsourcing business, not much businesses is outsourced, in return, to the United States, which doesn’t help the economy in the slightest, to put it nicely.

 

Donald Trump talked less than a week ago about intentions to cut free trade agreement between countries in North America, and is also likely to implement tariffs in the vein of steel and aluminum at 25 and 10 percent each, respectively.

 

Even though Trump feels that such a move with ultimately help America’s world of commerce, many businesses have spoken out against the tariffs, as they will likely cut manufacturing in the United States, at least to a certain extent, resulting directly from such tariffs.

 

Realizing that the United States’s world of manufacturing could be in for a downturn, Pat Corsi, founder of Corsi Group, has vowed to keep its manufacturing plants domestic, and not turn to lower costs overseas for any reason.

 

This vow includes the likes of Siteline Cabinetry, a manufacturer of custom cabinets that has been in operation since early 2015. Siteline Cabinetry stands for staying in the United States in light of what negative consequences could come from such tariffs, even though the company uses barely any steel and aluminum, meaning it won’t have to raise its prices any, at all.

 

Siteline Cabinetry produces cabinets in just four to five weeks, if not sooner, which is a very short time considering that all of its products are created to the demands of clients, and are never manufactured ahead of time.

 

Its plant takes its residence in Keysville, Virginia, with more than two hundred employees working hard to make cabinets, sometimes at overtime capacities, for its many clients across the whole of the United States of America.

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