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1. VOLKSWAGEN WOLFSBURG PLANT

Walkswagen’s Wolfsburg Plant has manufactured more than 40 million cars for many years. It is the largest auto plant in the world, covering an area of ​​6,35,000 meters. The factory is so large that floor workers are allowed to use bicycles so that they can travel around them.What is more interesting about this factory is that employees can work on more than five different cars at any time without compromising with efficiency or quality.Art in the factory is the largest state of the European Store. It is the first color shop to use eco-friendly water-based paint.

2.HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY’S ULSAN FACTORY

Hyundai Motor Company’s overall construction facility is in the total space of 5,050,000 meters. This South Korean plant is spread over 1,225 acres of land. It has five different production plants and every 12 seconds it is capable of producing a car. Which is an impressive 1.53 million units annually.

 

3. AALSMEER FLOWER AUCTION BUILDING

Technically, not a mainstream factory, alsmist Flower Auction’s building is the world’s largest building, in the form of real estate space.It has a large part of 518,000 m² and is home to the largest flower auction house in the world. This building is 740 meters long and 700 meters wide.

 

 

4.TESLA FACTORY

Tesla’s factory in Fremont, California is one of the world’s most modern automotive plants, with a total of 5.3 million square feet of construction and office space on 370 acres of land. After City of Fremont approving Tesala’s detailed plans, the company will double almost 10 million square feet in size.

 

5. BOEING FACTORY IN EVERETT

 

The Boeing Everest Factory, in Evert, Washington, is an Airplane Assembly Building owned by Boeing. Located on the northeast corner of the Pine Field, it is the largest building in the world with an altitude of 13,385,378 meters and is 399,480 meters².

 

 

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