Henry Ford was the first to develop an assembly line for manufacturing of cars way back in 1913. What made this assembly line unique was the movement element. Henry Ford famously remarked that the use of the moving assembly line allowed for the work to be taken to workers rather than the worker moving to and around the vehicle. The vehicle began to be pulled down the line and built step-by-step. At first, it was pulled by a rope, and later it became a simple moving chain mechanism. The new process made it so that the Model T was now built-in only ninety minutes, which used to take about 10 hrs earlier. Click here for a simple & interesting video to understand the moving assembly line.