NEW YORK – BMW AG has no plans to build additional plants in the U.S., Frank-Peter Arndt, global production chief, tells Ward's at a recent press conference here. Arndt, a member of BMW's board of management, says the auto maker’s Spartanburg, SC, facility recently increased capacity to 200,000 units annually. The plant plans to conduct employee searches Oct. 13 and Oct. 20 at a local college, as it looks to add 600 workers for the launch of its new X3 model. “We even have more room ...
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