A manufacturing business is any business that uses components, parts or raw materials to make a finished good. These finished goods can be sold directly to consumers or to other manufacturing businesses that use them for making a different product. Manufacturing businesses in today's world are normally comprised of machines, robots, computers and humans that all work in a specific manner to create a product. Manufacturing plants often use an assembly line, which is a process where a product is put together in sequence from one work station to the next. By moving the product down an assembly line, the finished good can be put together quicker with less manual labor. It is important to note that some industries refer to the manufacturing process as fabrication.
Related Journals of Manufacturing Business
British Journal of Management, Small Business Economics, Journal of Business and Psychology, Information Technology and Management