Factory tour

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A factory tour is an organized visit to a factory to observe products being manufactured and processes at work. Manufacturing companies offer factory tours as public relations.

Breweries and distilleries, together with manufacturers of clothes, pottery and glass, are amongst the most popular factory visits. The popularity of factory tours has declined as factories no longer represent the cutting edge of technology.[1]

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  1. ^ Grabar, Henry (3 April 2018). "Why Factories Aren't Tourist Attractions Anymore". Slate. Retrieved 3 April 2018. 

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