The engineer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that his company had been contracted by the company to make a tool for the Domestication and Exportation of Animals (DEOA) section of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The tool would be used to check the import and export of animals, the engineer said.
The company is currently developing a tool to export animals to China.
The engineer said that the company would also be able to make parts for the tool.
The engine was also part of the “Domestication, Exportation, and Import of Animals” section of WTO rules.
Domesticated animal design engineers have been tasked with making parts for toolboxes that can be used by the domestic animal industries.
The jobs are typically paid at rates between $25,000 and $75,000.