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Supply Chain Flat Icons Set - Production Facilities
from deck Supply Chain and Logistics Process Diagrams (PPT Template and Icons)

Supply Chain Flat Icons Set - Production Facilities

Slide Content

The slide titled "Supply Chain Flat Icons Set - Production Facilities" introduces a set of icons representing various elements of a supply chain specific to production facilities. These include graphics symbolizing a Factory, Production Line, Manufacturing, Assembly Line, Distribution Center, Warehouse, Storage, Building, Regional Distribution Center, and Local Distribution Center. Each icon is a simplified representation, aiding in quick visual identification of the different aspects of production and distribution infrastructure.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is divided diagonally, with the top-left portion in white and the bottom-right in a dark shade, creating a contrast.
  • A series of flat icons are arranged in a three-by-three grid on the white part of the slide, depicting various production facilities with a symmetric design and a uniform style.
  • On the dark portion of the slide, there are three additional icons, highlighted with different colored backgrounds (orange, yellow, and cyan) to signify importance or variation.
  • A light blue banner runs across the top right corner with the text "Fully editable icons" displayed in white, indicating customization options.
  • There is also a circular element with another icon in its center, surrounded by a thin blue stroke, drawing attention as a featured item.
  • The slide employs a modern and clean design language with minimalistic icons and a structured layout for clarity and efficient visual communication.

The overall look of the slide is professional and sleek, using contrasting colors and simple geometric shapes to effectively convey the topic of production facilities within a supply chain. The strategic use of colors highlights certain icons, guiding viewers' attention and aiding in the distinction between different elements.

Use Cases

  • To introduce different components within a supply chain in a business presentation, using icons to represent each facility visually.
  • For training purposes, helping new employees understand the various parts of production and distribution networks.
  • When constructing a visual map of company infrastructure in strategic planning meetings, utilizing icons for clarity.
  • In strategic communications, to visually represent the supply chain framework and discuss improvements or changes in operations efficiency.

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