The highest unfavorable impact is predicted in the second quarter of 2020. At the Competence Centre in Dingolfing, the BMW Group will produce electric powertrain parts such as battery modules, high-voltage batteries and electrical motors on eight manufacturing traces. Over the approaching years, the company will set up 4 further strains, which will increase the location’s manufacturing capability significantly. “We imagine sustainability is an integral part of all buying activities. So, as we accommodate the planned growth in electrified vehicles within the supplier community, we’re at the identical time integrating our sustainability necessities into all contract awards. Particularly as a premium producer, we aspire to cleared the path in sustainability and take accountability,” mentioned Dr Andreas Wendt, member of the Board of Management of BMW AG answerable for Purchasing and Supplier Network.