Bavarian Auto Group

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Bavarian Auto Group
المجموعة البافارية للسيارات
Type Company
Industry Automotive industry
Founded March 2003
Founder(s) Ali El-Saiedi
Lueder Paysen
Headquarters Cairo, Egypt
Area served COMESA and the Middle East
Key people Farid El Tobgui
Ulrich Urban
Products Automobiles

The Bavarian Auto Group is an Egyptian enterprise for manufacturing and selling BMW vehicles on the local market. It was founded by BMW in March 2003 as a competitor to the MB joint-venture Egyptian German Automotive Company within a joint-venture between the minister Ali El-Saiedi and the BMW vice-president Lueder Paysen. The headquarters of the BAG is located in the Cairo Investment Zone. The assembly plant of the company is located in the 6th of October City.

Alternative Company for Vehicle Assembling[edit]

The Alternative Company for Vehicle Assembling (شركة بديلة لتجميع السيارات) or short ACVA, was the first step from BMW to manufacturing its vehicles in Egypt alone. It was founded in November 1999 in a small provisional assembling plant near to the current BAG plant. The production line were adopted from the former Egyptian BMW manufacturer Modern Motors in Cairo.

Bavarian Auto Group[edit]

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