Factory, one

Factory is a building or group of buildings in which products are manufactured. Factories range in size from home garages to buildings covering whole city blocks. Inside, workers and machines turn raw materials and parts into finished products. Factories make almost all the products people use except food. But numerous factories treat, prepare, or package food products.

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In General

1. I work in a factory. True or false? Do most or many of your friends or former classmates work in manufacturing plants?

2. What is your job title or position in your company? What do you do? Describe your roles, duties and responsibilities.

3. Name the various positions, jobs and job titles in your company.

4. What are the different sections, areas and departments of your plant?


5. What does your company manufacture? Our plant produces . . . . . What are they used for?

6. Who are your main clients? Who do you sell your products to? Who purchases your products? What do they use them for? What are they used for?

7. Who are your vendors or suppliers? What do you acquire from them?

8. Describe your company’s logistics. How are goods delivered, shipped or transported? Does your company handle the logistics or is it outsourced?

9. What is the history of your company. When was it founded and built?

10. Has your company been manufacturing the same products or have they been changing? Have they become more high-tech?

11. Who are your competitors? Who is the best in this field? Why are they the best? How can you become the best?



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