Hams Hall Plant.
The engine production facility at Hams Hall, near Birmingham, was the first BMW engine plant to be built outside Germany and Austria, recognising the importance of the UK as a major world economy and one of the BMW Group's largest markets.
Production commenced in 2001, and the Hams Hall plant has since played an important role in BMW Group's international production network manufacturing four-cylinder petrol engines for both BMW and MINI vehicles. Engines built at the plant exemplify the BMW Group's Efficient Dynamics strategy of introducing the latest technological innovations to further improve both performance and fuel consumption while also reducing CO2 emissions.
Around 800 people are employed at the Hams Hall plant.
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