Types of industry

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Types of industry

  1. 1. È HEAVYÈ LIGHTÈ FOODÈ AUTOMOTIVEÈ TEXTILEÈ ELECTRONIC
  2. 2. • HEAVY capital investment to begin production.• HEAVY impact on the environment (el medio ambiente).• HEAVY (large) amounts of raw materials consumed.• HEAVY ( a lot of) product produced.
  3. 3. 1. METALLURGY2. CHEMICAL3. CAPITAL GOODS
  4. 4. • Any human-made products used by individuals, organizations, businesses, or the government to produce other goods or commodities.• Capital goods ARE NOT directly bought or used by consumers!
  5. 5.  Is it human-made? A FACTORY Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it purchased by companies or consumers?
  6. 6.  Is it human-made? MACHINERY Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  7. 7.  Is it human-made? A CAR Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  8. 8.  Is it human-made? TRANSPORTATION Is it used to make VEHICLES something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  9. 9.  Is it human-made? MACHINE TOOLS Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  10. 10.  Is it human-made? ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  11. 11.  Is it human-made? PERSONAL COMPUTER Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  12. 12.  Is it human-made? OFFICE EQUIPMENT Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  13. 13.  Is it human-made? BUILDING Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  14. 14.  Is it human-made? CLASSROOM Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  15. 15.  Is it human-made? A CHOCOLATE BAR Is it used to make something else? Can it be used again? Is it part of the final product? Is it bought by companies or consumers?
  16. 16.  1. FACTORIES 2. MACHINERY 3. BUILDINGS 4. EQUIPMENT 5. TOOLS 6. TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES
  17. 17. 0 HEAVY, LIGHT, FOOD, AUTOMOTIVE, TEXTILE, ELECTRONIC
  18. 18. • LIGHT capital investment to begin production.• LIGHT impact on the environment (el medio ambiente).• LIGHT (moderate) amounts of raw materials consumed.• LIGHT weight but valuable products produced.
  19. 19.  MANUFACTURE OF: 1. CLOTHES 2. SHOES
  20. 20.  MANUFACTURE OF: 3. FURNITURE 4. CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
  21. 21.  MANUFACTURE OF:5. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
  22. 22. L HEAVYL LIGHTL FOODL AUTOMOTIVEL TEXTILEL ELECTRONIC
  23. 23.  A global business network that supplies much of the world’s food. Are subsistence farmers part of the food industry? Explain. Food industry producers are the USA, UK, and Netherlands.
  24. 24. ° HEAVY° LIGHT° FOOD° AUTOMOTIVE° TEXTILE° ELECTRONIC
  25. 25.  This industry designs, develops, manufactures, and sells the world’s motor vehicles. How many motor vehicles were produced worldwide in 2008? How many motor vehicles in the USA?
  26. 26. POSITIVES NEGATIVES Provides jobs globally Innovations for fuel  806 million cars and efficiency, computer trucks on the road in 2007 controls, and passenger  Vehicles burn over 260 safety billion gallons of gas and Meets transportation needs diesel fuel each year.  Urban transportation systems based on cars are unsustainable. They consume excess energy and cause pollution.
  27. 27. Ð HEAVYÐ LIGHTÐ FOODÐ AUTOMOTIVEÐ TEXTILEÐ ELECTRONIC
  28. 28.  The textile and clothing industry includes:Transforming fibers to yarn to fabrics
  29. 29. Products Produced: High-tech yarns Wool Bed Linens
  30. 30. Products Produced: Industrial filters Geo-textiles Clothing
  31. 31.  3% of the European manufacturing industry. 220,000 companies 2.5 million people employed 190 billion Euros generated

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