In addition to the best light industry, the heavy industry, represented by the production of wagons, weapons, ferrous metallurgy and shipbuilding, is well developed. It is one of the largest electronics centers in the United States. It has the largest production of computers in the United States and has the latest computer technology. Nearly two-thirds of industrial facilitiesof Minesota are concentrated in Minneapolis and Saint-Pol today. After them, the main industrial center and harbor is the city of Duluth, through which most of the transports are grain and iron ore. Recently, many factories have been built in hundreds of smaller towns of Minnesota. By the 1870s, Milwaukee was generally known as a commercial center.
In the 1960s, it became one of the largest grain exporters in the world. After that, industria gradually takes the lead in the development of the city and its surroundings, so that in the period between the two world wars it occupied the fourth place in the United States. The Second World War encouage the further development of industry both in the city and in its surroundings. Thanks to favorable geographical position and specific natural conditions of areas, Milvoki has developed into a significant industrial center and one of the largest freshwater ports in the world. A diverse industry is grouped in Milwaukee and its surroundings.
The mechanical industry (production of agricultural, construction and electric motors, diesel and gasoline engines, motorboats, etc.) ranges, metalworking industry (cars, diesel locomotive motorcycles, transport equipment, tractors, etc.), then the steel mill, food processing (meat processing, beer making, etc.) electrical industry, textile, graphic, industrial confection, leather and footwear industry, industry precision instruments, etc. The Milwaukee District is third after the use of steel in the United States. It is a typical example of the rapid “American” development of the city.
Thanks to the natural conditions and historical and economic development, Chicago quickly became one of the largest industrial cities and cosmopolitan complexes of the United States.
In 1839, he received the first brewery, and other industrial enterprises (slaughterhouses, enterprises, etc.) were also developing construction materials, furniture, vehicles, agricultural equipment, etc.). By the end of the 19th century, Chicago developed into an industrial and cultural metropolis of the country. In 1890, it became a millionth city. On May 1, 1893, a world exhibition was opened on the occasion of the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the discovery of America. With the opening of a large livestock market and the construction of the rail system, Chicago becomes one of the largest suppliers of meat and meat products in the country. It is developing metallurgy and metal industry (Karneti’s steel and iron factory) due to the vicinity of coal ore and developed lakes and railways.