DETROIT — BMW AG wants to slash its order-to-delivery times by at least 50% within three years — to an average of just 12 days or less, the company's top production executive tells Ward's Automotive International. Currently, BMW is able to fill orders from its European plants in as little as 25-30 days, Norbert Reithofer, board member in charge of production, says in an interview. And about 95% of vehicles sold are delivered to the customer within three months, right on schedule and made ...
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