BMW seeks new partners in mobility services venture: FAS


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BMW seeks new partners in mobility services venture: FAS

The German luxury carmaker, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, shortly dubbed as the BMW, headquartered in Munich, origin of which was laid off back in the 1916s as an aircraft engine manufacturer, was seeking an additional partner for its mobility services which it had been operating with its rival automaker Daimler AG, the newly appointed Chief Executive of BMW, Oliver Zipse, 55, acting as the Chair of BMW’s board of Management since August 16th, 2019, said in an interview with a German Newspaper, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, on Sunday, the 20th of October 2019.

On top of that, adding that the Munich-based automotive industry tycoon, had been on the lookout for potential collaborations alongside financial investments from any future partners, BMW boss Zipse said in the interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, published on Sunday (October 20th), “We would like to welcome additional partners in this area, which has great future potential.

” Besides, the new BMW head had added a wide of choice across different brands for its mobility services would be turbocharging the company’s JV with Daimler AG across the ‘bloc’. In point of fact, two of the leading German carmaker, BMW and Daimler AG, had combined their workforces on mobility services earlier this year, while Daimer’s Car2Go car-sharing business had been merged with DriveNow, ParkNow and ChargeNow businesses of BMW with each of the automakers holding equal stake in the venture.