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Bosch today 2016 - Bosch Annual report 2015
Robert Bosch GmbH
Postfach 10 60 50
70049 Stuttgart
Germany
www.bosch.com
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How to contact us
375,000
Roughly
associates
For press inquiries, contact Corporate Communications, Brand
Management, and Sustainability.
Bosch Media Service:
www.bosch-press.com
A pdf version of Bosch today is
available at: www.bosch.com/
boschtoday
www.bosch-career.com
Postfach 10 60 50
70049 Stuttgart, Germany
The Bosch Group’s corporate
can be contacted
Around
440 subsidiaries headquarters
For information on career
at the following address and
opportunitiescompanies
in the Bosch Group, intelephone numbers:
and regional
contact Human Resources
approximately
Management or 60
go to countries
Robert Bosch GmbH
Bosch in figures
118
engineering locations
worldwide
Companies wishing to become
suppliers to Bosch should contact
Phone +49 711 811- 0
the Corporate Sector Purchasing
[email protected]
and Logistics or go to
www.bosch.com
www.purchasing.bosch.com
4.6 billion euros
70.6 billion euros sales
revenue in 2015
Copies of the annual report and
Bosch today can be ordered at:
[email protected]
For an online version of the
annual report, go to:
www.annual-report.bosch.com
Including sales and service
partners, Bosch is represented
in roughly 150 countries
Printed in Germany
EBIT in 2015
3
Around 440 subsidiaries
and regional companies in
approximately 60 countries
70.6 billion euros sales
revenue in 2015 4.6 billion euros
EBIT in 2015
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The Bosch Group at a glance
Shareholders of Robert Bosch GmbH
Percentage figures
The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and
services. The company employs roughly 375,000 associates
worldwide (as of December 31, 2015), and generated sales of
70.6 billion euros in 2015. Its operations are divided into four
business sectors: Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology,
Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology. The
Bosch Group comprises Robert Bosch GmbH and its roughly
440 subsidiaries and regional companies in some 60 countries.
Including its sales and service partners, Bosch is represented in
roughly 150 countries. This worldwide development, manufacturing, and sales network is the foundation for further growth.
The Bosch Group’s strategic objective is to deliver innovations for
a connected life. Bosch improves quality of life worldwide with
products and services that are innovative and spark enthusiasm.
In short, Bosch creates technology that is “Invented for life.”
Shareholding
Robert Bosch GmbH
1
Bosch family
7
Robert Bosch
Stiftung GmbH 92
Voting rights
Bosch family
7
Robert Bosch
Industrietreuhand KG
93
The company was set up in Stuttgart in 1886 by Robert Bosch
(1861–1942) as “Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering.” The special ownership structure of Robert
Bosch GmbH guarantees the entrepreneurial freedom of the
Bosch Group, making it possible for the company to plan over
the long term and to undertake significant up-front investments
in the safeguarding of its future. Ninety-two percent of the share
capital of Robert Bosch GmbH is held by Robert Bosch Stiftung
GmbH, a charitable foundation. The majority of voting rights
are held by Robert Bosch Industrietreuhand KG, an industrial
trust. The entrepreneurial ownership functions are carried out
by the trust. The remaining shares are held by the Bosch family
and by Robert Bosch GmbH.
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Contents
Simply.Connected.
Bosch in figures
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The Bosch Group at a glance
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Innovations
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Business sectors
Mobility Solutions
Industrial Technology
Consumer Goods
Energy and Building Technology
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The business year 2015
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Sustainability
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Robert Bosch Stiftung
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Bosch as an employer 28
The Bosch Group in Germany
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The Bosch Group in Europe (outside Germany)
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The Bosch Group outside Europe
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Milestones36
Management
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How to contact us
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Bosch has set itself the goal of becoming one of the world’s leading
IoT (internet of things) companies. The Bosch Group operates on
all three levels of connectivity – intelligent and connected devices,
software platforms, and applications and services – in order to
provide additional benefits to customers.
More than 40 percent of Bosch product categories are already webenabled, and this number is rising rapidly. MEMS sensors are a key
technology for connectivity, and Bosch has extensive expertise in
this area. The company also has its own cloud for web-based services, as well as a compatible software core, the Bosch IoT Suite,
that can be used to develop, provide, and operate applications on
the internet of things. Bosch is also developing its expertise in data
mining, the systematic application of statistical methods to the
processing of huge amounts of complex, rapidly changing data.
A team of experts in Palo Alto, California (USA), and Bengaluru, India,
is working on such tasks, supporting associates from the divisions.
To improve their competitiveness, large companies have to create
space for more entrepreneurship. This is why Bosch has its own
platform. Robert Bosch Start-up GmbH helps Bosch development
teams become successful entrepreneurs. It takes care of things such
as premises, financing, and other administrative tasks. One example
is the start-up that created the Bonirob agricultural robot. The team
from Deepfield Robotics is developing this robot, which is the size of
a compact car, as an aid for plant breeding and crop farming.
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To remain an innovation leader, Bosch places great importance
on research and development. In the fall of 2015, it opened a new
research campus in Renningen near Stuttgart, Germany. This is
a flagship project for Bosch, in which the company has invested
around 310 million euros. It wants Renningen to become a hub
of its global research and development network, which employs
around 55,800 associates. Their research is focused on areas such
as sensor technology, automation, driver assistance systems, battery
technology, and improved automotive powertrain systems. Bosch
is also working to expand its basic software expertise – particularly
for IoT connectivity.
Three out of four
smartphones worldwide contain
Bosch sensors
Even today, more than
40%
of Bosch product
classes are
web-enabled
55,800 associates
work in research
and development
at Bosch
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Mobility Solutions
Bosch Group sales revenue
Sectoral comparison
Structure of sales revenue, 2014–2015
Percentage figures
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59
14
9
9
25
9
7
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Mobility
Solutions
The Mobility Solutions business sector, one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers, accounts for 59 percent of total sales.
Its main areas of activity are injection technology and powertrain
peripherals for internal-combustion engines, diverse solutions
for powertrain electrification, steering systems, safety and driverassistance systems, technology for user-friendly infotainment as well
as vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication,
repair-shop concepts, and technology and services for the automotive aftermarket. The sector combines the group’s expertise in three
mobility domains – automation, electrification, and connectivity –
and offers its customers integrated mobility solutions that allow
cars to interact with other means of transportation such as bicycles,
trains, and buses. Bosch has also been responsible for important
automotive innovations, such as electronic engine management,
the ESP® anti-skid system, and common-rail diesel technology.
In the area of sensor technology, it makes what it currently the
world’s smallest stereo video camera for automotive applications.
Industrial
Technology
Consumer
Goods
Energy and
Building
Technology
Total 2014: 49.0 billion euros
Total 2015: 70.6 billion euros
Mobility Solutions
Gasoline Systems
Diesel Systems
Chassis Systems Control
Electrical Drives
Starter Motors and Generators
Car Multimedia
Automotive Electronics
Automotive Aftermarket
Automotive Steering*
* Formerly ZF Lenksysteme GmbH or Steering Systems division;
included in the 2014 financial statements at equity; all shares acquired
on January 30, 2015
www.bosch-mobility-solutions.com
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Industrial Technology
Bosch Group sales revenue
Regional comparison
Structure of sales revenue, 2014–2015
Percentage figures
53
53
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20
27
27
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Europe
In the fiscal year 2015, the Industrial Technology business sector
generated roughly 9 percent of total Bosch Group sales. The sector
includes the Drive and Control Technology division, which specializes in drive and control technology and is one of the world’s leading suppliers in this field. It offers customized drive, control, and
actuator solutions for factory automation, systems construction
and engineering, mobile machinery, and commercial vehicles. In
addition, Drive and Control Technology offers a comprehensive
portfolio of services, carries out major international projects, and
is increasingly developing solutions that point toward connected
manufacturing (Industry 4.0). The Packaging Technology division
is one of the world’s leading providers of process and packaging
solutions for the pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs, and confectionery
industries, as well as selected segments of the beverages industry.
Americas
Total 2014: 49.0 billion euros
Total 2015: 70.6 billion euros
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Including other countries
Industrial Technology
Drive and Control Technology *
Packaging Technology
* Bosch Rexroth AG (100% Bosch-owned)
www.boschrexroth.com
www.boschpackaging.com
Asia1
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Consumer Goods
Associates
Bosch Group 2015, as per December 31, 2015
By business sector
Mobility
Solutions
217,009
(58%)
Industrial Technology
39,503 (11%)
Consumer Goods
74,315 (20%)
Energy and
Building Technology
27,408 (7%)
Total: 374,778
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The Consumer Goods business sector contributed some 25 percent of
total Bosch Group sales in 2015. It includes the Power Tools division,
one of the world’s leading suppliers of power tools and power-tool
accessories, as well as of measuring and gardening tools. The main
focuses of innovation are powerful cordless tools and, increasingly, web-enabled tools. The Consumer Goods business sector
also includes BSH Hausgeräte GmbH. As one of the leading global
manufacturers of household appliances, it offers the entire range
of modern and energy-efficient appliances, which are increasingly
also web-enabled, such as stoves, ovens, dishwashers, washing
machines, fridges and freezers, and small appliances such as vacuum
cleaners and coffee machines.
Corporate functions and research
Other activities 1
16,543 (4%)
Consumer Goods
Power Tools
BSH Hausgeräte GmbH*
* Formerly BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH; included in
the 2014 financial statements at equity; all shares acquired on
January 5, 2015
www.bosch-pt.com
www.bsh-group.com
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Energy and Building Technology
Associates
Bosch Group 2015, as per December 31, 2015
By region
Germany
131,994
(35%)
Europe 1
97,605 (26%)
Americas
41,037 (11%)
Total: 374,778
Excluding Germany
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Including other countries
1
In 2015, the Energy and Building Technology business sector
generated roughly 7 percent of total Bosch Group sales. Its Security
Systems division develops products and solutions for video surveillance and access control, intruder and fire alarms, and audio and
conference systems. It also provides services related to remote
monitoring, among other things. Security Systems also includes
the new International Integrator Business unit, which offers commercial customers smart energy and building technology as well as
services. The new Bosch Global Service Solutions division has the
task of expanding the business previously located within Security
Systems to include external business services. Within Bosch, it will
also provide shared-service functions. The Bosch Thermotechnology
division supplies energy-efficient, and increasingly web-enabled,
heating products and hot-water solutions. The new subsidiary Robert
Bosch Smart Home GmbH offers products and services relating to
smart homes.
Energy and Building Technology
Security Systems
Thermotechnology
Bosch Global Service Solutions*
*From January 1, 2016
www.bosch-energy.de
Asia Pacific 2
104,142 (28%)
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The business year 2015
Key data
FIGURES IN MILLIONS OF EUROS
2015 Sales revenue
percentage change from previous year
percentage share of sales generated
outside Germany
Research and development cost 1
as a percentage of sales revenue
Capital expenditure
as a percentage of depreciation
Associates
2014 70,607
48,951
44.2
6.3
80
78
6,378
4,959
9.0
10.1
4,058
2,585
146
138
average for the year
368,833
286,084
on December 31, 2015
374,778
290,183
Total assets
77,266
61,924
Equity
34,424
29,541
45
48
4,587
3,030
6.5
6.2
3,537
2,637
142
102
as a percentage of total assets
EBIT
as a percentage of sales revenue
Profit after tax
Unappropriated earnings
(dividend of Robert Bosch GmbH)
1
Including development work charged directly to customers
All in all, Bosch can look back on a successful financial year in which
sales leaped by nearly 22 billion euros to reach a record of more than
70 billion euros. Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) rose to
4.6 billion euros, compared with 3.0 billion euros in the previous
year. One major strategic decision was the acquisition of all shares
in former joint ventures concerned with household appliances and
automotive steering systems. In its operations as well, Bosch made
further progress, despite a weak economic environment. Innovative
and energy-efficient products were an important source of growth.
Performance varied considerably by business sector and region.
The Mobility Solutions and Consumer Goods business sectors
were particularly successful. The Energy and Building Technology
business sector was also able to significantly improve its figures
year on year. On the other hand, parts of the Industrial Technology
business sector are suffering from a very weak market environment.
From a regional perspective, sales in North America recorded
particularly strong growth; sales also grew positively in Europe. By
contrast, sales growth in Asia Pacific did not match that of previous
years. The situation was once again very difficult in South America.
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The total number of Bosch Group associates rose to some 374,800 at
the end of 2015, compared with 290,200 at the end of 2014. Most of
the increase was due to the acquisitions of Automotive Steering and
BSH Hausgeräte. Furthermore, additional recruitments increased the
number of associates by some 12,700 after allowing for personnel
turnover; including associates recruited by Automotive Steering and
BSH Hausgeräte in 2015, the figure was 16,400.
Occupational training and continuing professional development
have traditionally been regarded as very important at Bosch. Worldwide, over 7,300 young people completed apprenticeship schemes
at Bosch in 2015. Due to the strong tradition of dual education in
companies and schools, many of these young people – around 4,900
apprentices – are in Germany. At its locations worldwide, moreover,
Bosch has many training centers of its own that provide training
specifically for technical trades. These include centers in France,
Turkey, India, China, and Vietnam, but also in Brazil and North
America. Topics such as software, IT, and Industry 4.0 also play an
increasingly important role in occupational training and continuing
professional development.
Development of sales revenue and EBIT
Bosch Group, 2011–2015
Figures in millions of euros
Sales revenue
51,494
44,703
46,068
48,951
70,607
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12
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14
15
2,709
2,118
2,751
3,030
4,587
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12
13
14
15
EBIT
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Considerable changes are evident in research and development
cost in the business year 2015. It came to approximately 6.4 billion
euros in 2015, compared with 5 billion euros in the previous year.
Due to the first-time consolidation of Automotive Steering and BSH
Hausgeräte, the R&D cost ratio fell from 10.1 percent to 9 percent,
despite an absolute increase in research and development cost.
If Automotive Steering and BSH Hausgeräte had been included in
the research and development cost for 2014, it would have come
to around 5.6 billion euros, and the R&D cost ratio would also have
been roughly 9 percent.
Business targets
The Bosch Group’s business targets are derived from the “We are
Bosch” mission statement, the strategic focal points, and the competitive environment. Over the longer term, the company continues
to aim for average annual sales growth of 8 percent, with up to
3 percentage points of this coming from acquisitions. By 2020, Bosch
wants to double its sales in Asia Pacific and the Americas compared
with 2013, to grow faster than the market in Europe, and to increase
its sales in Africa from their present level of some 500 million euros
to 2 billion euros. In terms of business sectors, Bosch continues to
aim for a better balance between Mobility Solutions and the other
business sectors. This balance has improved thanks to the acquisition of BSH Hausgeräte. Bosch has also set itself the goal of an EBIT
margin from operations of around 7 percent of sales, derived from
benchmark comparisons of operating units, taking into account the
significant up-front investments needed for growth projects and for
the change processes this will involve.
Total research and development cost Bosch Group, 2011–2015
Figures in millions of euros
4,190
4,442
4,543
4,959
6,378
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Total research and development cost Bosch Group, 2011–2015
As a percentage of sales revenue
8.1
9.9
9.9
10.1
9.0
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so far, Bosch is considering a significantly higher long-term target for
2020 including Automotive Steering and BSH Hausgeräte. If these
two operating units are included, a roughly 30 percent reduction from
the 2007 level had already been achieved by 2015.
With more than 100 Industry 4.0 projects, Bosch is
improving resource efficiency in its plants.
Sustainability
For the Bosch Group, sustainability means securing the company’s
long-term success while at the same time protecting the natural
resources on which present and future generations depend. The
strategic imperative “Invented for life” thus expresses the aim to
make mobility even safer, cleaner, and more economical, and to
develop eco-friendly products in general. Ecology is thus a driver
of innovation: in 2015, more than half of research and development
expenditure at Bosch went into products that help improve energy
efficiency, environmental protection, and resource conservation.
This does not yet include Automotive Steering and BSH Hausgeräte.
But business opportunities are not the only ones opened up by
systematic sustainability management. It also helps the company
counter environmental risks such as global warming and resource
scarcity. By 2020, Bosch has pledged to reduce its relative (in terms
of value added) CO2 emissions (not including Automotive Steering
and BSH Hausgeräte) by 20 percent from their 2007 level. By 2015,
the company had already significantly exceeded this target, having
achieved a reduction of some 26 percent. As a positive “side effect,”
the Bosch Group was able to save 530 million euros in energy costs
between 2007 and 2014 alone. In view of the improvements achieved
Supporting occupational training and professional development is
a further focus of the company’s global efforts to promote sustainability. Bosch’s aim is to continue each associate’s professional
development, regardless of age or experience. In 2015, therefore,
some 247 million euros were spent on professional development.
Statistically, each associate attended 1.4 classroom training courses.
For the company founder Robert Bosch himself, education was the
key to participation in society. The Bosch Group’s social commitment
is part of this tradition, and is based on the continuing work of the
company’s own foundations in Brazil, China, India, and the U.S.,
as well as on the voluntary work done by thousands of associates.
Last year, donations by Bosch supported things such as educational
projects for socially disadvantaged children and adolescents.
Occupational safety
Accidents per million
hours worked
Environment
Environmental and occupational
health and safety audits at
suppliers
2007: 6.8
2015: 3.2
Long-term target: 1.7
Audits since 2010:
471
Women in leadership positions
Share of women
managers:
2015
Target
2020
2015
Target
2020
13.6%
20.0%
471
1,000
csr.bosch.com
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In June 2015, the German federal chancellor
Angela Merkel presented the Deutscher Schulpreis (German school award) to the Barmen
high school in Wuppertal. The principal, teachers,
and students came to Berlin to receive the
award. In early 2015, the Stiftung set up
the Deutsche Schulakademie (German school
academy). Its job is to ensure that the good
practice of all school award winners is made
available to other schools in Germany.
Robert Bosch Stiftung
The Robert Bosch Stiftung promotes projects relating to healthcare,
science, education, and international relations. Its aim is to find possible
solutions for social issues, and to test them in the field as models.
Insights from its projects are made available to decision-makers and
the general public. The Stiftung finances itself from the dividend it
receives as a shareholder in Robert Bosch GmbH.
Some of the most effective tools of its work include international
scholarship programs, exchange programs for young executives, and
research grants for journalists. Since September 2015, for example,
as part of the stART program, Greek university graduates have been
able carry out youth culture projects in order to gain qualifications in
international cultural management. Their innovative ideas give young
people in Greece the chance to participate in culture and society, and
thus reinforce cohesion in Europe.
The issue of migration and participation has also been a focus of
the Stiftung‘s work for more than ten years: at the start of 2015, for
example, it convened an expert commission to look into the realignment of refugee policy. Since then, ten high-caliber representatives
from politics, business, and civil society have been preparing concrete
policy recommendations. The commission has systematically sifted
expert contributions from as many involved parties as possible,
on topics as diverse as language acquisition, living space, and the
labor market.
www.bosch-stiftung.de
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Bosch as an employer
Are you looking for balance?
We understand how important it is to strike a
balance between your professional and personal
life, and how this helps you perform best.
Are you looking for more than a job?
We not only offer you a job, we also give you something
to identify with: more than 80 percent of all Bosch
associates are proud to be part of the company.
Fancy a change of scene?
Invented for life: a goal worth working for?
True to our “Invented for life” ethos, we are committed
to developing innovative, beneficial, and forward-looking
products that improve people’s lives.
Do you think the future starts today?
A change of scene is good for all concerned.
When associates want a change, we help them
make it happen.
Are you a good fit for Bosch?
You are a unique human being. We appreciate your
individuality, and see diversity as an asset for our company.
So do we. In the spirit of our company founder
Robert Bosch, we have been actively shaping the
future for more than 125 years.
Is social responsibility more
important to you than short-term gain?
Do you want to work for a start-up,
a large company, or both?
Our corporate structure means that we are independent
of stock markets. With the Robert Bosch Stiftung, a portion of our profits goes toward social and environmental
projects.
From new companies in promising fields to established areas
of business, Bosch has it all: a range of businesses and corporate structures at 440 locations around the world.
www.bosch-career.com
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The Bosch Group in Germany
Corporate headquarters
Gerlingen near Stuttgart
Research and
development locations
Abstatt, Berlin, Bretten, Bühl/
Bühlertal, Crailsheim, Dillingen,
Ditzingen, Elchingen, Erbach,
Giengen, Grasbrunn, Hildesheim,
Horb, Leinfelden, Leonberg, Lohr,
Lollar, Plochingen, Regensburg,
Renningen, Reutlingen, Schwäbisch
Gmünd, Schwieberdingen,
Stuttgart, Traunreut, Waiblingen,
Wernau
Manufacturing locations –
Mobility Solutions
Arnstadt, Ansbach, Bamberg, Berlin,
Bietigheim, Blaichach/Immenstadt,
Breidenbach, Bremen, Bühl/
Bühlertal, Eisenach, Göttingen,
Hildesheim, Homburg, Kusterdingen, Munich, Neunkirchen,
Nuremberg, Plochingen, Pollenfeld,
Reutlingen, Rutesheim, Salzgitter,
Schwäbisch Gmünd, Stuttgart,
Waiblingen
Technical sales
Original equipment sales
Berlin, Braunschweig, Cologne,
Frankfurt am Main, Munich,
Waiblingen
Manufacturing operations –
Industrial Technology
Augsfeld, Chemnitz, Crailsheim,
Dresden, Elchingen, Erbach, Fell-
bach, Garching, Homburg, Horb,
Ketsch, Königsbrunn, Lohr, Nuremberg, Ober-Ramstadt, Remshalden,
Schopfheim, Schweinfurt, Stuttgart,
Viersen, Volkach, Waiblingen
Manufacturing operations –
Consumer Goods
Bad Neustadt, Berlin, Bretten,
Dillingen, Giengen, Leinfelden,
Murrhardt, Nauen, Ravensburg,
Sebnitz, Traunreut
Manufacturing operations –
Energy and Building Technology
Brandenburg a. d. Havel,
Eibelshausen, Gunzenhausen, Lollar, Straubing, Wernau, Wettringen
Sales and service centers
Berlin, Bochum, Braunschweig,
Cologne, Ditzingen, Düsseldorf,
Essen, Fellbach, Frankfurt am
Main, Fürth, Garching, Grasbrunn,
Hainburg, Hamburg, Hannover,
Ichtershausen, Karlsruhe, Leipzig,
Magdeburg, Munich, Nuremberg,
Pollenfeld, Ratingen, Rodgau, Stuttgart, Wetzlar, Willershausen
Bosch Software Innovations GmbH
Berlin, Immenstaad, Waiblingen
Associates in Germany:
131,994
As per December 31, 2015
This list includes locations with 100 or
more associates, including the locations
of non-consolidated subsidiaries.
Hamburg
Bremen
Nauen
Hannover
Braunschweig
Hildesheim
Salzgitter
Wettringen
Willershausen
Bochum
Essen
Viersen
Magdeburg
Göttingen
Leipzig
Ratingen
Düsseldorf
Cologne
Berlin
Brandenburg a. d. Havel
Dresden
Eibelshausen
Breidenbach
Wetzlar
Eisenach
Lollar
Sebnitz
Chemnitz
Ichtershausen
Arnstadt
Bad Neustadt
Frankfurt am Main
Hainburg
Schweinfurt
Lohr
Ober-Ramstadt Rodgau
Bamberg
Augsfeld
Volkach
Erbach
Homburg
Neunkirchen
Fürth
Nuremberg
Ketsch
Ansbach
Abstatt
Crailsheim
Bretten Bietigheim
Gunzenhausen
Karlsruhe
Murrhardt
Pollenfeld
Bühl/Bühlertal
Kusterdingen
Horb
Schwäbisch Gmünd
Giengen
Dillingen
Reutlingen Elchingen
Königsbrunn
Munich
Schopfheim
Garching
Grasbrunn
Traunreut
Ravensburg
Blaichach/Immenstadt
Immenstaad
Schwieberdingen
Ditzingen Fellbach/
Rutesheim
Waiblingen
Gerlingen
Leonberg
Remshalden
Stuttgart
Renningen Plochingen
Leinfelden
Wernau
Regensburg
Straubing
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The Bosch Group in Europe
(outside Germany)
Austria 3,589 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and industrial technology;
development; sales; locations:
Hallein, Linz, Pasching, St. Michael
ob Bleiburg, Ternitz, Vienna
Belgium 1,760 associates
Manufacture of automotive
technology; sales; locations: Aartselaar, Brussels, Tienen
Bulgaria 152 associates
Sales; location: Sofia
Czech Republic 8,009 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, industrial technology, and heating systems; development; sales;
locations: Albrechtice, Brno, České
Budějovice, Jihlava, Mikulov, Prague
Denmark 726 associates
Manufacture of automotive
technology; sales; development;
locations: Ballerup, Esbjerg
Finland 223 associates
Sales; location: Vantaa
France 7,781 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, industrial technology, and
heating systems; development;
sales; locations: Drancy, FreimingenMerlenbach, La Ferté-Bernard,
Lipsheim, Marignier, Mondeville,
Moulins, Paris, Rodez, Saint-Ouen,
St-Thégonnec, Vendôme, Vénissieux
Greece 541 associates
Manufacture of household appliances; sales; location: Athens
(Koropi)
Hungary 12,214 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, industrial technology, and
power tools; development; sales;
locations: Budapest, Eger, Hatvan,
Maklár, Miskolc
Italy 5,891 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, industrial technology, and
power tools; development; sales;
locations: Bari, Cernusco, Cinisello
Balsamo, Correggio, Fagagna,
Milan, Modugno, Nonantola,
Offanengo, Pavullo nel Frignano,
Turin, Udine, Vezzano
Netherlands 3,898 associates
Manufacture of automotive
technology, industrial technology,
heating systems, and security
systems; development; sales; locations: Amsterdam, Boxtel, Breda,
Deventer, Eindhoven, Hoevelaken,
Schiedam, Tilburg, Weert
Norway 225 associates
Sales; location: Ski
Poland 4,600 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and household appliances;
sales; locations: Łódź, Rzeszów,
Warsaw, Wrocław
Portugal 3,559 associates
Manufacture of automotive
technology, heating systems, and
security systems; development;
sales; locations: Aveiro, Braga,
Lisbon, Ovar
Romania 3,203 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and industrial technology;
communications services; sales;
locations: Blaj, Bucharest, Cluj,
Timişoara
Russian Federation
3,658 associates
Manufacture of automotive
technology, household appliances,
and power tools; sales; locations:
Engels, Kazan, Khimki, Moscow,
Samara, St. Petersburg
Serbia 796 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology; sales; locations: Belgrade,
Pećinci
Slovakia 1,064 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and household appliances; sales;
locations: Bernolákova, Michalovce
Slovenia 1,399 associates
Manufacture of industrial technology
and household appliances; sales;
locations: Nazarje, Škofja Loka
Spain 8,749 associates
Manufacture of automotive
technology, household appliances,
and industrial technology; sales;
locations: Aranjuez, Barcelona,
Castellet, Esquíroz, La Cartuja,
Lliçà d’Amunt, Madrid, Montañana,
San Sebastián, Santander, Treto,
Vigo, Vitoria, Zaragoza
Sweden 1,492 associates
Manufacture of industrial technology and heating systems; sales;
locations: Kista, Mellansel, Stockholm, Tranås
Switzerland 3,358 associates
Manufacture of industrial technology and power tools; development; sales; locations: Beringen,
Buttikon, Frauenfeld, Geroldswil,
Solothurn, St. Niklaus
Turkey 16,577 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, household appliances, industrial technology, and heating systems; development; sales; locations:
Bursa, Çerkezköy, İstanbul, Manisa
Ukraine 360 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology; sales; locations: Kiev, Krakovets
United Kingdom 5,309 associates
Manufacture of automotive
technology, industrial technology, power tools, and heating
systems; sales; locations: Alfreton,
Cirencester, Clay Cross, Denham,
Glenrothes, Greetland, Liverpool,
Milton Keynes, St. Neots, Stockport, Stowmarket, Worcester
As per December 31, 2015
This list includes countries and locations
with 100 or more associates, including
the locations of non-consolidated
subsidiaries.
Further companies operate in Belarus,
Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Ireland, Latvia,
Lithuania, Luxembourg, and Malta.
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Argentina 253 associates
Sales; location: Buenos Aires
Australia 1,224 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and power tools; development; sales; locations: Clayton,
Melbourne, Sydney
Brazil 8,943 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, industrial technology, heating
systems, security systems, and
power tools; development; sales;
locations: Alphaville, Aratú, AtibaiaSB, Betim, Campinas, Curitiba,
Joinville, Pomerode, São Paulo
Canada 592 associates
Sales; locations: Mississauga,
Welland
Chile 159 associates
Sales; location: Santiago de Chile
China 56,884 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, industrial technology, power
tools, household appliances, heating systems, and security systems;
development; sales; locations:
Beijing, Changchun, Changsha,
Chengdu, Chuzhou, Dongguan,
Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Hong Kong,
Jinan, Liuzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo,
Qingdao, Shanghai, Shenzhen,
Suzhou, Wuhan, Wuhu, Wujin, Wuxi,
Xi’an, Yantai, Zhuhai, Zibo
Costa Rica 108 associates
Communications services; location:
Heredia
India 31,305 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, industrial technology, power
tools, and household appliances;
software creation; development;
sales; locations: Ahmedabad,
Bengaluru, Bommanahalli, Chakan,
Chennai, Coimbatore, Gangaikondan, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Koramangala, Mumbai, Naganathapura,
Nalagarh, Nashik, Pune, Verna
Indonesia 224 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology; sales; location: Jakarta
Japan 6,932 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and industrial technology;
development; sales; locations:
Higashi-Matsuyama, Izumozaki,
Misato, Musashi, Odawara, Osaka,
Ota, Shibuya, Shiki, Takasaki,
Tochigi, Tsuchiura, Yokohama, Yorii
Korea 1,990 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology; development; sales; locations:
Busan, Daejeon, Sejong, Yongin
Malaysia 2,839 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and power tools; development;
sales; locations: Penang, Petaling
Jaya
Mexico 12,845 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and power tools; development;
sales; locations: Aguascalientes,
Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Juárez,
Mexicali, Mexico City, San Luis
Potosí, Toluca
Peru 681 associates
Manufacture of household appliances; sales; location: Callao
Philippines 456 associates
Sales; location: Manila
Singapore 910 associates
Sales; location: Singapore
South Africa 1,289 associates
Manufacture of automotive
technology; sales; locations: Brits,
Kempton Park, Midrand
Taiwan 847 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology; sales; locations: Pingzhen,
Taipei
Thailand 1,388 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and industrial technology;
sales; locations: Amata City, Bangkok, Rayong
United Arab Emirates
144 associates
Sales; location: Dubai
United States 18,208 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology, industrial technology, power
tools, household appliances, heating systems, and security systems;
development; sales; locations: 75
locations, including Albion (IN),
Anderson (SC), Bethlehem (PA),
Broadview (IL), Charleston (SC),
Charlotte (NC), Fairport (NY), Farmington Hills (MI), Fort Lauderdale
(FL), Fountain Inn (SC), Florence
(KY), Irvine (CA), Kentwood (MI), La
Follette (TN), Mount Prospect (IL),
New Bern (NC), New Richmond
(WI), Owatonna (MI), Phoenix (AZ),
Palo Alto (CA), Plymouth (MI)
Vietnam 2,442 associates
Manufacture of automotive technology and creation of software;
development; sales; location: Ho
Chi Minh City
As of December 31, 2015
This list includes countries and locations
with 100 or more associates, including
the locations of non-consolidated
subsidiaries.
Further companies operate in Bangladesh,
Cambodia, Colombia, Ecuador, Egypt,
Israel, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Morocco,
Mozambique, Namibia, New Zealand,
Nigeria, Panama, Tunisia, Venezuela, and
Zambia.
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Milestones in company history
1861
Robert Bosch is born
in Albeck near Ulm on
September 23
1898
First Bosch sales office outside
Germany opens in the United
Kingdom
1913
1928
At the main plant in Stuttgart,
establishment of an apprentice
training department with a dedicated workshop
Market launch of the
Forfex hair trimmer, the
first Bosch power tool
1913
Market launch of the Bosch
automotive lighting system
1932
First power drill and
Bosch hammer
1918
Gottlob Honold designs the new
Bosch logo – the “armature in a
circle”
1921
The first Bosch Service repair
shop is opened in Hamburg
1886
Establishment of the
company: opening of the
Workshop for Precision
Mechanics and Electrical
Engineering in Stuttgart
on November 15
1897
First successful installation of the Bosch lowvoltage magneto ignition
device in a motor vehicle
1902
1932
Delivery of the first high-voltage
magneto ignition system with
Bosch spark plugs
Acquisition of heating
systems business of
Junkers & Co. GmbH in
Dessau
1905
1932
First Bosch manufacturing
site outside Germany opens
in Paris
Market launch of the
first mass-produced car
radio in Europe
1912
1927
Start of production in Bosch’s
first U.S. plant, in Springfield, MA
Start of production of Bosch
injection pumps and nozzles for
diesel engines
1933
Launch of the Bosch
refrigerator
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1940
1967
1978
Opening of the Robert
Bosch Hospital
Establishment of Bosch-Siemens
Hausgeräte GmbH (known after
1998 as BSH Bosch und Siemens
Hausgeräte GmbH and since
2015 as BSH Hausgeräte GmbH)
Start of production of ABS,
the electronically controlled
antilock braking system
1986
Start of production of
the TCS traction control
system
1989
Launch of TravelPilot
IDS, the first independent
vehicle navigation system
in Europe
1942
1991
Robert Bosch dies in
Stuttgart on March 12
Start of production of
Motronic with controller
area network (CAN)
1979
1951
Start of production of
gasoline injection systems
for passenger cars
1963
Acquisition of Erich Wetzel
Verpackungsmaschinen
GmbH, entry into packaging
technology
1964
The not-for-profit organization Vermögensverwaltung
Bosch (from 1969 Robert
Bosch Stiftung GmbH)
acquires a majority stake
in Robert Bosch GmbH
1967
Start of production of the
Jetronic electronically controlled
gasoline injection system
Start of production of the
Motronic electronic engine
management system
1995
Start of large-scale production of MEMS sensors
(micro-electro-mechanical
systems)
1976
1995
Production of lambda sensors for
three-way catalytic converters
begins
Start of production
of ESP®, the world’s
first electronic stability
program
1997
Start of production of
the common-rail highpressure diesel injection
system
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1999
2010
ZF Lenksysteme GmbH
joint venture (since
2015: Robert Bosch
Automotive Steering
GmbH) set up with ZF
Friedrichshafen AG
Full parallel hybrid powertrain
for passenger cars goes into
production
2015
Complete takeover of the
former joint ventures BSH
Hausgeräte GmbH (formerly BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH)
and Robert Bosch Automotive Steering GmbH
(formerly ZF Lenksysteme
GmbH or the Steering
Systems division)
2015
2010
2003
Launch of the Ixo cordless
drill/driver with lithium-ion
rechargeable battery
2000
Production of the DI
Motronic gasoline direct
injection system
2005
Start of production of the Night
Vision driver assistance system
2001
2008
Industrial leadership of
Mannesmann Rexroth AG,
and its merger with the
Automation Technology
division to form Bosch
Rexroth AG
Establishment of the Bosch
Mahle Turbo Systems GmbH &
Co. KG joint venture for exhaustgas turbochargers
2003
Acquisition of Innovations Software
Technology GmbH in Immenstaad,
Germany (from January 1, 2011:
Bosch Software Innovations GmbH)
Acquisition of Buderus
AG, Wetzlar, Germany
2008
Start of production of the predictive emergency braking system
Bosch opens new research
campus in Renningen,
Germany
2011
Start of production of drive
components for e-bikes in
Mondeville, France
2012
Bosch sets up a joint venture with
the Chinese manufacturer Polaris,
thus entering the e-scooter
market
2013
Start of production of MSC
motorcycle stability control
2014
Lithium Energy and Power GmbH
& Co. KG joint venture set up
to develop high-performance
rechargeable batteries for electric
vehicles
2016
Bosch launches its own
cloud for web-based
services
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Management
Board of management
Supervisory board
Dr. Volkmar Denner
Chairman
Franz Fehrenbach
Chairman
Dr. Stefan Asenkerschbaumer
Deputy chairman
Alfred Löckle
Deputy chairman
Christoph Kübel
Christiane Benner
Dr. Christof Bosch
Christian Brunkhorst
Prof. Dr. Elgar Fleisch1
Klaus Friedrich
Hartwig Geisel
Jörg Hofmann
Prof. Lars G. Josefsson
Prof. Dr. Michael Kaschke1
Dieter Klein
Prof. Dr. Renate Köcher
Prof. Dr. Olaf Kübler2
Matthias Georg Madelung
Kerstin Mai
Dr. Wolfgang Malchow
Urs B. Rinderknecht
Tilman Todenhöfer2
Dr. Richard Vogt
Prof. Dr. Beatrice Weder di Mauro
Hans Wolff
Peter Tyroller
Dr. Werner Struth
Dr. Rolf Bulander
Dr. Dirk Hoheisel
Dr. Markus Heyn
Uwe Raschke
Dr. Stefan Hartung
¹From April 9, 2016
²Until April 8, 2016

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