7 Interesting Facts about Ethiopia

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1. Ethiopians follow a particular strand of Orthodox Christianity that prohibits the eating of any animal products on Wednesdays and Fridays.
2. The first black African to win gold in the Olympics was an Ethiopian named Abebe Bikila.
3. Ethiopia started the coffee industry, when a goat herder saw his flock taking a liking to a particular bush he decided to give one of the fruits a taste.
4. Ethiopia is a country full of vibrant and colourful festivals. eg Timket is a 3 day annual festival in honour of the baptism of Jesus Christ in the Jordan River.
5. Ethiopia is the only African country to never be colonized.
6. Ethiopians measure time differently, by starting the clock when the day starts, this meaning sunrise is 1 o’clock and sunset at 12 o’clock.
7. Ethiopia has 13 months in a year where most cultures who have their own calendars still have 12 months only.


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How Factories are Constructed

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A factory is an industrial site, usually consisting of buildings and machinery, or more commonly a complex having several buildings, where workers manufacture goods mostly in bulk or operate large machines processing one product into another.

Factories are normally large buildings with a lot of empty space to work with as well as your different sections with different machinery for the different stages of production

When building a factory there are a few points to keep in mind. Factory layouts and designs require detailed coordination between the manufacturing process, production line and building facility.
The floor load, headspace, bay size and more all depend on the type of machines and equipment to be used.

5 common types of factories

  • Chemicals
  • Food Production
  • Electronics
  • Paper
  • Metal manufacturing

The first factory was built in 1790 by Samuel Slater in America

The largest factory in the world is the Boeing Everett Factory situated in Washington, with a surface area of 398000m2 and was built in 1966

Daily technology, as well as the designs of factories, are developing and changing. In the near future, we will see people working together with intelligent machines, also factories who are highly contributing to our environmental pollution are changing their ways for the environment and these are the factories of tomorrow.

Sources
Wikipedia
Bizfluent
WorldAtlas
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