LEGO bricks were created in 1932 by Ole Kristiansen, a danish carpenter with a passion for building toys. Originally made out of wood, the bricks eventually turned into plastic and their production was perfected.
Now, the company produces millions of bricks per month and has perfected its supply chain to reduce the costs and impact of the process, managing to source, produce and ship an order in less than 14 days.
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