the resources needed for manufacturing a product (metals, minerals, wood, oil etc)
the physical and mental efforts by people/workers
money (an important human factor)
industries relying mainly on workers to complete the processes
industries relying mainly on machines and money to complete the processes
the key facilities and systems serving a country, city, or area that are necessary for its economy to function (roads, bridges, tunnels, water supply, sewers, electrical grids, telecommunications)
physical locational factors
natural factors such as flat land and climate,
human location factors
man made factors such as transport routes, labour, access to markets etc
the tasks that need completing to produce a product/service
the finished product and any waste (air pollution, heat, unused parts of the raw materials etc)
the clustering together of economic activities.
also known as industrial parks.
India's high-tech city. (Silicon valley of India)
Newly Industrialised country e.g. India and China.
Uses large amounts of bulky raw materials e.g. Iron and steel.
Put together parts and components that have been made elsewhere e.g a car assembly plant.
The first high-tech cluster.
companies that make or use silicon chips, computers etc.
The most successful company in 2015. (profit)
this has happened in HICS because industry has shifted to NICs such as China
Trans National Corporation (a company that works in more than 1 country)
industries that are not tied to certain areas because of energy requirement or other factors.
something that is left over from the main production process which has some value and therefore can be sold.
an area of agricultural land or some other undeveloped site that is a potential location for commercial development or industrial projects but has not yet been developed. Such sites are normally on the edge of town and have good transport links.