We hear a lot about American companies offshoring their manufacturing operations to China, but now we have a true man-bites-dog story of a Chinese company shifting its own manufacturing to a plant in the United States. Bloomberg reports that Chinese PC vendor Lenovo has “recently opened a manufacturing plant in North Carolina” that will help the company ship its devices more quickly to American consumers. Lenovo North American president Jay Parker told Bloomberg TV that while the U.S. plant does pay higher wages than Chinese plants, the company is saving money by importing components rather than making everything in-house. Both Google and Apple have also signaled their intentions to produce a limited number of their hardware products in the United States so it seems that tech manufacturing in America may not be as dead as many once feared.