“Our facility in Baltimore has proudly earned recognition by top car manufacturers for its strong customer focus, quality processes and excellent delivery to dealers both in the U.S. and internationally.”
World-renowned car manufacturer BMW has recently selected WWL as a vehicle processor for North America. While the vehicle processing center (VPC) in Baltimore, US, was inaugurated 8 July, WWL Vehicle Services Americas had already commenced auto processing for BMW and MINI vehicles imported through Baltimore in June.
“WWL is excited to become a leading auto processor for BMW imports to the US,” says John Felitto, President and CEO of WWL Vehicle Services Americas. “Our facility in Baltimore has proudly earned recognition by top car manufacturers for its strong customer focus, quality processes and excellent delivery to dealers both in the U.S. and internationally.”
WWL will perform accessory installation, body shop repairs, pre-delivery inspections, quality inspections and finishing work at its newly retrofitted technical services building in preparation for transport to dealers in the Eastern and Midwestern United States. WWL will also serve as a global ocean carrier for the BMW Group, as well as a lead logistics provider.
James J. White, Maryland Port Administration Executive Director, lauded the announcement at the inauguration ceremony.
“This is great news for the Port of Baltimore’s auto business and especially for our port jobs,” says White. “Baltimore is the top-ranked port in the nation for autos and it is very happy to keep BMW here to partner with one of the world’s best auto processors.”