BMW has always encouraged its workers to produce ideas of clever work rather than hard work and benefits for the same are revealing for the company today with over 62 million euros stored in a year. According to the announcement from Lika Horstmeier, BMW’s board member in charge of HR, around 8,000 ideas were obtained and over 2,000 of these were executed. Matters did not improve much in 2019 since the amount listed was below what it had been a year ago.
With electrical vehicles today hitting the market and bringing more customers together with new enhanced combustion engines which reduce the emissions in forthcoming BMW automobiles are expected to help the company reduce the emissions considerably. The company intends to bring the reading down to around 100 grams per kilometre at the end of 2020. That amount is predicted to satisfy the emissions criteria for 2021.
Nicolas Peter, BMW’s CEO, has talked about a promising year ahead as he foresees BMW’s earnings to grow worldwide through the year using all the company also decreasing its typical emission by 20% in Europe. Speaking in a round table talk to colleagues in Munich, Peter demonstrated that BMW will reduce fleet emission in Europe by 20 percentage of match the emissions criteria for 2021.
Automobile manufacturers around the world have been striving hard to reduce emission of carbon dioxide, one of the principal greenhouse gases, however the requirement for thicker sports utility vehicles which emit large quantity of carbon dioxide does not help their own cause.