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The Production Process of Converse Shoes
Transcript of The Production Process of Converse Shoes
By M Steiner
For the people who make the buisness run
To protect the product .
makes up the sole of shoe
connects fabric and rubber
makes up majority of shoe
to color shoe
text inside shoe and on the box
the steel grommets
packaging for shoes
for shoelaces and tag
to get the idea approved and have the product patented
to power factory
to create the product
labor and factory
to sell the product
the materials are then shipped to the factory in the USA for the production process via cargo boats
the man tells workers to start collecting the materials
sole of shoe
and dont forget...
...the plastic piece at the end of the shoelace
body of shoe
once the workers have collected all the materials...
body of shoe
sole of shoe
and the idea....
...becomes a reality
the shoe is put into a box...
...and shipped all over the world
the shoe is put into a
by being sold in a department store
a consumer than goes to the store to buy the item
the consumer can use the shoe for...
... and for anything else you do with converse shoes.
next, after the consumer has used the shoe and it's at the end of its life....
the user can of course....
they can send it to
ReUse A Shoe
the company takes Nike Shoes and
them into tennis courts, tracks, or playgrounds.
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