Abdulwahab's Office's investment in the BMW Group synergistically aligns with its vision of fostering a more digital and environmentally sustainable future. This collaboration is rooted in a shared commitment to the principles of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), with a holistic approach toward responsible investing. BMW's forward-thinking strategy in driving sustainability, particularly through the circular economy, resonates deeply with Abdulwahab's Office's goals. The BMW Group's focus on using vehicles as a source of raw materials for new cars, their use of up to 30% recycled and reused materials, and their continuous efforts to increase this percentage, complement Abdulwahab's Office objective of reducing the carbon footprint. By investing in BMW, Abdulwahab's Office not only champions innovative, carbon-efficient production processes but also supports the development of alternative raw materials and the rethinking of conventional approaches. This investment is a strategic step towards realizing Abdulwahab's vision of a digitally advanced and environmentally responsible world.
Abdulwahab's Office SPC is a registered shareholder of Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW).
Reduction in CO2 g/km According to Fleet Target Value (EU-27, WLTP)
BMW Electric & Electrified Vehicles on the roads commissioned in 2022.
Year 2023 YTD performance in terms of General Economic Environement.
Vehicles components are made of recycled and reused materials an average.
Cactus is now an ingredient that is soft yet robust when made into powdered cactus fibres.
Recycled PET bottles makes up to 20% of the thermoplastic components in new vehicles.
BMW commitment to reduction of CO2 emissions in vehicles from optimising the supply chain, phasing, and recycling.
BMW commitment to be climate neutral company. The group is firmly committed to the Paris Climate Agreement.