Where are Nikes factories?
Almost all Nike shoes are manufactured outside of the United States. The leading manufacturer of Nike shoes is China and Vietnam each accounting for 36% of the total manufactured world wide. Indonesia accounts for 22% and Thailand for 6% of the Nike shoes that are being produced world wide.
Does Nike own factories in Indonesia?
Indonesian Industry Minister Saleh Husin inaugurated the new USD $60 million shoe factory of Changshin Reksa Jaya in Garut (West Java) which will produce Nike branded shoes. The shoe factory has an annual production capacity of 15 million pairs and will provide employment to 5,500 people.
Where in China are Nike shoes manufactured?
Wellco Factory, A Nike Subcontractor. Wellco Factory, in Dongguan, Chang’an is a Korean-invested factory contracted by Nike. Eight thousand workers are employed there, though most of these workers have not signed any contract with the factory, or do not know if they have.
What factory makes Nike clothes?
China, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Malaysia accounted for most of the apparel production. The top five apparel contract manufacturers together accounted for ~34% of NIKE’s apparel production. One apparel contract manufacturer accounted for over 10% of production.
Does Nike have factories in America?
Nike has a small manufacturing footprint in the United States currently that includes footwear air-sole manufacturing in Oregon, among other places.
Are there any Nike factories in the US?
Nike has 35 factories in the USA (30 of which focus on apparel and the rest focuses on making shoes), which accounts for about 6.5% of the total number of their factories over the world. These 35 factories have 5430 employees, making up 0.5% of Nike’s total workers across their entire production footprint.
Why does Indonesia manufacture Nike?
In Indonesia, Nike found a country with a supply of cheap labor. Even with its minimum wage policy, that â€œminimum wageâ€ (then) was low enough to become an attractive incentive rather than a turnoff in their cost calculations. Over the years, Nike expanded its factories across the country.