Toothbrush Production Moved From China To Michigan
- Posted on: Jun 17 2015
If you use electric toothbrushes and buy replaceable heads, you may be happy to learn that those toothbrush heads will soon be made in America. Ranir, the largest maker of store brand toothbrushes and oral care products, will moving their production from China to Michigan. The move is costing the company $3 million and will open up around 20 new jobs. The move comes at the request of Wal-Mart stores,
“We committed to spending another $250 billion on products made in the United States over 10 years, and in the long run we think that can create 250,000 manufacturing jobs in the United States,” Walmart executive Joe Quinn said.
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