Process manufacturing revolves around the manufacture of products such as chemicals, gasoline, beverages, and food products that typically are produced in batch quantities rather than discrete units.

Many process operations require inputs such as heat, pressure, and time for chemical and therman conversion.

Ref: 120969/2006-10-08


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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Processes, Manufactoring, Manufaktur


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