BMW X3 & X4 Assembly Factory

New BMW X3 & X4 Assembly Factory At Spartanburg Plant.

The BMW Group has invested eight billion US dollars in the production location to date and produced around 3.9 million vehicles since going online on 8 September 1994. “From 2018 to 2021 we will invest further 600 million US dollars in manufacturing infrastructure for future generations of the BMW X models,” said Harald Krüger. At present, the plant is getting ready for production of the all-new BMW X7, which will be launched onto the market in late 2018.

The BMW Group produces BMW X models in Spartanburg for the US and global markets. With record production of more than 411,000 units in 2016, Spartanburg is the largest BMW Group plant worldwide. Around 1,400 BMW X3, X4, X5, and X6 vehicles come off the assembly line every working day. Maximum production capacity is 450,000 vehicles per year.

Around 70 percent of the vehicles produced in Spartanburg are exported to more than 140 countries worldwide. According to the US Department of Commerce, the BMW Group is the largest vehicle exporter from the US in terms of monetary value. In 2016, 287,700 BMW vehicles with a total value of more than 10 billion US dollars were exported from Spartanburg: 86 percent were shipped from the Port of Charleston, with the remaining 14 percent dispatched from five other ports in the Southeastern United States.

Overall plan Plant Spartanburg / Place of location assambly X3/X4. Various Shot preparation of the Body for assembling. Collaboration robot. Various Shots relieving stroke setting seats. Various Shots assembling Dashboard. On Time delivering of building elemts (Seats) / Store on Wheels. Various Shots assembling seats. Various Shots eassembling doors. Various Shots Mariage Body / Engine and under-carriage. Various Shots assembling wheels. Timelaps “Ready. Set. Roll.”. Various Shots meassurement, final check and final adjustments. Various Shots Speedtest. Various Shots Finishing and BMW Logo. Various Shots Entrainment.

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