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BMW continues to expand its Salzburg facility

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At present, BMW Vertriebs GmbH employs a staff of 500 people in Salzburg. The company is responsible for twelve markets, “from the Baltic Sea to the Aegean.” The automobile manufacturer recorded revenue growth of 38% in these countries last year to EUR 1.4 billion. Close to 52,000 BMW vehicles were sold, comprising a rise of 17%, along with 6,600 Mini cars (up 26%). This means the Region Central and Southeastern Europe is the fourth largest European sales region for BMW. Tschirschnitz also expects double-digit growth in 2016 as well.

BMW Financial Services operates in ten markets. It has a workforce of 166 employees. For the first time, its balance sheet total surpassed the EUR 1 billion threshold.

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