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BMW Startup Garage, une solution d’avenir

BMW est toujours à la recherche d’innovation et d’évolution mais le constructeur allemand ne peut pas tout développer. Alors l’idée lui est venu d’accueillir ceux qui pourraient le faire à travers le « BMW Startup Garage ». La marque vient de lancer un nouveau modèle économique basé sur la…

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Usine d’Eisenach, Allemagne

In 1990, the BMW Group decided to establish a factory for large press tools at a place with a rich production history, Eisenach. In operations since 1992, the plant now employs close to 250 people. At the Eisenach site, the BMW Group produces tools for the production…

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Usine de Goodwood, Royaume-Uni

At the Rolls-Royce Manufacturing Plant in Goodwood, close to 1,000 highly skilled experts make Rolls-Royce vehicles according to the individual demands of their customers. Production comprises the Rolls-Royce models Phantom, Phantom Drophead Coupe, Phantom Coupe, Ghost and Wraith. The longstanding tradition of hand-making automobiles is complemented by…

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Usine de Wackersdorf, Allemagne

In 1990, the BMW Group began producing car bodies for the BMW 3 Series Convertible in Wackersdorf. Today, the site in Wackersdorf comprises the BMW cockpit production, the BMW foreign plants supply as well as further supplier companies. Every day, the BMW cockpit production makes up to…

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Usine de Landshut, Allemagne

At the BMW Group’s Landshut site, around 3,500 workers make engine and light metal chassis components, plastic component for the vehicle exterior, carbon body component, cockpit and equipment scopes, electric drive systems, special engines and drive shafts. These components are dispatched worldwide to all BMW Group vehicle…

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Usine de Steyr, Autriche

Established in 1979, the production site in Upper Austria is the BMW Group’s largest engine plant today. At the same time, it is the group-wide development center for BMW diesel engines. At the Steyr site, 3, 4 and 6-cylinder diesel engines as well as 3 and 6-cylinder…

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Usine de Berlin, Allemagne

The plant in Berlin has one of the longest histories among the BMW Group’s production facilities. Just like at the parent plant in Munich, BMW’s site in Berlin began with aircraft engine production in 1939; motorcycle parts were added to the portfolio in 1949. Twenty years later,…

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Usine de Regensburg, Allemagne

In the 1980s, when the BMW 3 Series became a smashing success, the BMW Group’s production capacities had to be expanded, resulting in the decision to establish a site in Regensburg that started production in 1986. Today, the BMW Group’s Regensburg plant employs around 9,000 people who…

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