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Anything that goes into the factory ­ labour, raw materials,
capital.....
Anything that goes into the factory ­
labour, raw materials, capital.....
What happens inside the factory....
Rolling, shaping, spraying, cooking
Anything that comes out of the factory ­
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Cakes
Burnt buns
Waste paper
Broken equipment
INPUTS PROCESSES OUTPUTS
FLOUR
Cooking WASTEMixing
PAPER Cakes
ELECTRICITY
EGGS Quality control Burnt buns
CAN CHEF
Chefs YOU PLACE THECooking
MIXING INWaste
QUALITY
FOLLOWING paper
CONTROL
THE CORRECT
PLACE IN THE CAKE FACTORY SYSTEM? CLICK TO
OVENS packing
REVEAL Broken
ELECTRICITY
MIXING OVENS equipment
eggs BROKEN EQUIPMENT
Burnt buns flour packing…read more

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High tech research and development
Designing new I.c.t. based
products
Primary Secondary Tertiary Quaternary
industry industry industry industry
Working with raw Making things ­ Selling and High tech research
materials manufacturing services and development
Farming, fishing & Factory work Shops and other Designing new I.c.
mining services t. based
products
It is important to know the links between these types of industry. Primary
industry provides the raw material for secondary industry. Secondary
industry provides the products that are sold in tertiary industry.…read more

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THESE ARE SO IMPORTANT. DON'T CLICK BEYOND THIS SLIDE
UNTIL YOU CAN RECITE THESE WORDS. Learn them in THREE
BLOCKS OF FOUR WORDS!
THESE ARE SO IMPORTANT. DON'T CLICK BEYOND THIS SLIDE
UNTIL YOU CAN RECITE THESE WORDS. Learn them in THREE
BLOCKS OF FOUR WORDS!
RAW MATERIALS LABOUR ECONOMIES OF
ENERGY CAPITAL SCALE
GOVERNMENT
NATURAL ROUTES MARKETS
POLICY
SITE AND LAND TRANSPORT
IMPROVED
TECHNOLOGY
LEISURE
SAY THEM OVER AND OVER AGAIN FACILITIES…read more

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HEAVY INDUSTRY IS TRADITIONAL INDUSTRY THAT GREW IN THE UK
DURING THE 19TH CENTURY. IT'S LOCATION IS INFLUENCED BY THE
FIRST FOUR FACTORS. YOU WILL HAVE STUDIED THE LOCATION OF
IRON AND STEEL.
Heavy Industry will locate near raw
RAW MATERIALS materials as they are heavy to transport.
ENERGY Traditional heavy industry relied on coal as
a source of energy. Many industries located
NATURAL ROUTES on coalfields.
SITE AND LAND Natural routes leading to you factory would
help. Flat valley floors for railways and
deep water ports
This is a key factor for all industry. Flat land
is often needed, ideally with room for
expansion. Low quality farmland can be
cheap but increasingly "greenfield" sites are
more expensive than "brownfield" sites.…read more

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