BMW is building vehicle distribution center in Texas to serve the South, from Automotive News.
BMW AG said it is building a vehicle distribution center in Texas to serve the Southern U.S.
The facility at the Port of Galveston will serve the 45 BMW and Mini dealers in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas.
The German automaker said it broke ground Tuesday, but a company statement did not indicate how much the project would cost.
“The new Port of Galveston vehicle distribution center will enable us to receive, prepare and deliver vehicles to the Southern region even more quickly than before,” said Craig Westbrook, vice president of aftersales for BMW of North America.
The facility will be owned and operated by WWL Vehicle Services Americas under BMW Group on-site management.