The BMW Hams Hall engine plant near Birmingham is complete. The production of new three and
four-cylinder engines is already being ramped up on brand-new production lines, and over one million
components will be machined at the plant for the first time this year as supply extends to other
plants in the Group.
The investment project, part of Ã‚Â£750 million that has been spent across BMW Group’s UK manufacturing
sites, has ensured the Hams Hall site remains a state-of-the-art facility, capable of producing the
next generation of engines and securing a long-term future for
Engines, as well as machined components manufactured at BMW Plant Hams Hall contribute to a range of
cars across BMW Group’s product portfolio.
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