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EdenPURE turns up the Heat

Posted on: March 3, 2012


This past week, CBS News ran a story crowing about an Ohio company — EdenPURE — which had brought back well-paying manufacturing jobs to the US.

By reducing its manufacturing costs, EdenPURE was able to reduce its labor costs and that meant their pricing stayed competitive. What does EdenPur make? Heaters! Endorsed, according to their website, by the “home expert” Bob Villa and “Home Improvement” actor Richard Karns.

The news piece centers on the company’s decision to find ways to economize in the production of their product — without compromising their product — which then enabled them to manufacture the heaters in the States.

The most interesting part of the broadcast concerned the “trickle down”. Increased production at EdenPURE not only brought jobs to their company,

  • their power cord supplier added 13 jobs;
  • the metal stamper added 20 jobs;
  • the plastic-molding facility added 18 jobs.

And the workers now proudly label their EdenPURE heaters with “Made in the USA” stickers at the end of the manufacturing process:

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