BMW ramps up production of drivetrain components at Bavarian plant

On Thursday, BMW’s spokesman stated, the carmaker will ramp up its capacities for producing drivetrain components for electric cars at its key Dingolfing plant.

Dingolfing is located at around 50 miles (85 kilometers) northeast of Munich and is the group’s largest vehicle production site in Europe; it produces components for most of its electric cars.

By the end of 2020, the number of employees in this division is set to rise to 1,400, up from 600, and is likely to grow to 2,000 over the mid-term, said BMW’s spokesman.


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