Behind the scenes in major factories around the world.
Christopher Cook (Narrator)
|"Lamborghini" Italian craftsmen build the fastest, most-extreme Lamborghini yet -- the Murcielago SV. (Repeat)||NGC|
|"IKEA" Over 1,000 manufacturing plants, 27 distribution centers and 300 stores are employed by IKEA to build and deliver affordable furniture. (Repeat)||CNBC|
|"Winnebago" The Winnebago Vectra offers 400 square feet of superefficient living space with a giant basement storage area in the middle of the vehicle. (Repeat)||CNBC|
|"UPS" UPS Worldport in Louisville, Ky., is a four-million-square-foot technological wonder that sorts and propels packages through 170 miles of conveyors. (Repeat)||CNBC|
|"Peterbilt" A Peterbilt Motors factory in Texas makes Model 387 trucks. (Repeat)||CNBC|
|"Harley-Davidson" Harley-Davidson creates the revolutionary V-Rod motorcycle. (Repeat)||CNBC|
|"Camaro" The 2010 Camaro SS is stamped from raw steel and assembled by robots and nearly 5,800 employees to created the car's special unibody construction. (Repeat)||NGC|
Viewers get the key to enter some of the world's greatest one-of-a-kind factories for an insider's perspective on what it takes to produce brand-name wonders such as Ferrari, BMW, Harley-Davidson, John Deere and the M1 tank.
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