Car industry in the boom

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  • Henry ford led the way in introducing new methods of production. By 1913, Ford pioneered the electric conveyor belt
  • Conveyor belt carried party assembled car parts gangs of men spaced along the line, each gang perfoming a specific task.
  • Time to assemble Ford's model T went from 13 hours to 1 hours 33 minuted
  • Mass production

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