Kohler is one of the largest producers of household items such as sinks, toilets, bathtubs, furniture, and faucets in the world. The family-run company started in 1873 in Kohler, Wisconsin and has grown to 51 global manufacturing sites, 14 still in the U.S. Bloomberg heads to the company’s flagship porcelain and cast-iron factory to find out why despite higher wages, they’re products are still made in America.

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