This animated video is about "what is plant location?". In this video, I have explained the factors affecting plant location in an easy animated way.
Topics I have discussed are
1. What is plant location?
2. Factor Number 1. Nearness to Raw Material,
3. Transport facilities factor,
4. Nearness to market factor,
5. Availability of the labour factor,
6. Availability of fuel and power factor,
7. Availability of water factor,
8. Climate condition affect plant location,
9. effect of Financial factor in plant location,
11. Presence of related industries near the plant,
12. Availability of facilities affect plant location,
13. Disposal of waste factor affects the selection of plant location.
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Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license.
Footloose industry is a general term for an industry that can be placed and located at any location without effect from factors of Production such as Resources, Land, Labour, Capital and Enterprise.
These industries often have spatially fixed costs, which means that the costs of the products do not change despite where the product is assembled. Diamonds, computer chips and Mobile Manufacturing are some examples of footloose industries. These are generally non-polluting industries. Non footloose industries generally require raw material availability within time limit to make products. Sugar Industry, Jute Industry and Tea Industry are the examples of Non footloose industries.