Henry Ford and his assembaly line
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As a young boy Henry Ford worked repairing watches.
One day, while working, he discovered a faster way to put watches back together.
I just invented the assembly line!
Just 20 years later, in 1896, Ford had built his own car and wanted nothing more than to start his own motor company
Henry went to business school so he could learn how to run a company . He was determined to start the Ford Motor Company.
Ye ol' Business school
In 1914 Henry Ford put his assembly line in one of his factories which mass produced his cars. This revolutionized the auto industry and was a huge success for Ford Motor Company.
With more than 15 million units sold (1908-1927), the Ford Model T was the most mass produced car until 1972.
Without the use of the assembly line, an achievement like this would never have happened.
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