||A place where large amounts of goods are manufactured.
||My father has a car factory last 20 years.
||Someone who produces goods in large numbers, usually with the help of machines.
||The company was a major manufacturer for all kinds of goods.
||A person heading a large industrial setup or an employee holding a prominent position in an industry.
||The industrialist owned all the steel mills in town.
||The use of machines that enables to eliminate manual work and reduce headcount.
||The factory’s automation of producing electronics has reduced the need for employees.
||An organization that sells goods or services in order to make money / revenue.
||He works for a software company /a company that makes software.
||People working in an organization aiming towards achieving professional growth and success.
||The corporate life at Amazon keeps it’s employees happy enabling the company to be the earth’s most customer centric company.
||Products that people buy for their own use
||Prices of consumer goods rose by 2.5% last year.
||The good use of time and energy in a way that increases productivity of workers.
||What is so impressive about their society is the efficiency of the public services.
||An amount of something produced by a person, machine, factory, country, etc.
||Last year manufacturing output fell by 14 percent
||A traditional industry that produces large machines or materials used in other industries and creates pollution in doing so.
||There’s been a steady decline in smokestack industries such as shipbuilding and steel.
||A tall, vertical pipe that takes smoke or steam into the air from an engine driven by steam or from a factory
||The old factory’s smokestacks are crumbling, and many of the windows are shattered.
||The art of holding or managing things
||The vase was subjected to rough handling by the removal men and suffered a few defects.
||A set of equipment used for a particular purpose
||The factory needs to invest in expensive new tooling to produce the new design.
||The work needed to keep a road, building, machine, etc. in good condition
||Old houses need a lot of maintenance.
|A (nuclear) plant
||Is a facility for the production of electricity using nuclear energy.
||A nuclear plant consists of nuclear reactor fuel, control rods, moderators, pressure vessels, coolant and containment
||Any material, such as oil, cotton, or sugar in its natural condition, before it has been processed for use.
||The cost of raw materials was going up.
||In the context of a factory, a release is normally referred to the ouster of waste products from the machines.
||The area around the factory is too polluted due to the excessive waste released by the machines.
|A skilled worker
||Someone who possess the required abilities to finish a task.
||A company is obliged to keep all the skilled workers if it wants to succeed.
||an extra piece that can be used to replace a piece that breaks, esp. in a machine
||Hopefully they kept spare parts of the machine and now they can fix it faster.
|A store floor
||A place where people work on machines or the space in a retail establishment where goods are sold to consumers.
||The impact of the energy saving has been somewhat reduced by the increase in store floor area dedicated to fresh product.
||a company, person, etc. that provides things that people want or need, especially over a long period of time
||They used to be a leading supplier of military equipment.
|The Construction industry
||An industry responsible for building up a city for example, houses, apartments, bridges, etc.
||The construction industry increases a lot the revenues of the country.
|The Motor industry
||An industry responsible for manufacturing vehicles for ex, cars.
||The Japanese motor industry is one of the most prominent and largest industries in the world.
|The Oil industry
||An industry that produces and delivers oil and oil products
||The Oil industries in Italy and other south countries are the biggest in Europe.
|The Shipping industry
||An industry which is responsible for the transport of cargo as a business, especially on ships.
||Since the financial crisis, the shipping industry has been squeezed on both the supply and demand sides.