In Japan, in a soap manufacturing company the soap blocks were made,
then wrapped in a wrapping paper automatically on an assembly conveyer belt
and finally packed in cartons...
Many a times it happened that the wrapping machine wrapped the paper without soap. i.e. you had an empty packet without soap.
To rectify this problem the Japanese company bought a X-ray scanner from the US for $60,000 to check on the assembly line whether the container contained soap and wasn't empty.
A similar problem happened at Nirma soaps, in Ahmedabad in INDIA.. Guess what they did????
They bought a bajaj fan costing around Rs.1500/- and placed it on the edge of the assembly line.
The empty wrappers, without soaps just flew away!!!
And You Say Japanese are Advanced in Technology.😝😝
Dont laugh alone