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Manufacturing

Many people think that the manufacturing output of the United States has been dropping for years and that China is producing many more goods than we are; however, this isn’t the case. Currently, the total value of our exports that are created as a result of manufacturing annually is $1.7 trillion, and only the European Union has a more valuable manufacturing output of $2.2 trillion.

Engineering And Technology 

Any person who has worked in a factory knows that creating an advanced and efficient machine is the first step to producing high-quality products, and recently, engineering companies have developed machines that use far less energy and create new goods twice as quickly as the devices that were used just 25 years ago.

Manufacturing With Many Steps

Instead of having a person create complete products, many companies use large assembly lines that extend the entire length of the building, and each person on the line adds a new part to each product or inspects and removes products that don’t seem to fit the blueprint.

Producing Wealth 

Many economists believe that the manufacturing sector produces the largest amount of wealth for a country because enormous amounts of cheap, raw materials are being turned into useful products that are exponentially more valuable than the original materials.

Relationship With Other Markets

As companies build roads, bridges, railroads, hospitals and automobiles, the market for manufactured goods grows rapidly, and new manufacturing plants are built quickly to meet the needs of other industries.

In addition, the prices of most manufactured products increase substantially when the economy is growing due to the higher demand and the time that it takes for most factories to meet the supply.

Using Chemicals 

Many factories use a combination of chemicals and substances to create medications, nutritional supplements or food. The EPA has recently unveiled a new set of regulations for these manufacturing plants in order to avoid contamination by other chemicals or bacteria that could cause illnesses.