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BMW Production Process
- Essay length: 5652 words
- Submitted: 29/10/2009
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BMW Production and Distribution process
Edwin Alexander Gomez
Ana G. Mendez University System - Metropolitan University
Driving change in a highly competitive marketplace through continually enhancing the aspirational driving experience; the boost in production capacity will positively impact the logistics, suppliers, and distribution networks that support the manufacturing BMW process. (Josef Kerscher, president of BMW Manufacturing, BBC)
The BMW brand, for many years has been characterized by its unique elegance, comfort and beauty. The company's blue and white roundel recalls an era when BMW operated in a very different technical arena. The badge is a stylized version of a spinning airplane propeller in a blue sky, when the origins of the company were in the rapidly-expanding aircraft industry of the early 1900s (Noakes, 2005).
Founded in 1917, the BMW Group is now one of the ten largest car manufacturers in the world and, with its BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce brands, possesses three of the strongest premium brands in the car industry. The group also has a strong market position in the motorcycle sector and operates a successful financial services business. The company aims to
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