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The Bosch Vision Contents
Creating value – sharing values
As a leading technology and services company, we take 3 The Bosch Group at a Glance
advantage of our global opportunities for a strong and 4 Bosch Brands
meaningful development. Our ambition is to enhance the
quality of life with solutions that are both innovative and 5 Chairman's Letter
beneficial. We focus on our core competencies in auto 6 Key Data
motive and industrial technologies as well as in products
and services for professional and private use. 7 Automotive Technology
11 Industrial Technology
We strive for sustained economic success and a leading 15 Consumer Goods and Building Technology
market position in all that we do. Entrepreneurial free
dom and financial independence allow our actions to be 19 Healthcare
guided by a longterm perspective. In the spirit of our 21 Software Innovations
founder, we particularly demonstrate social and environ 23 Research and Development
mental responsibility — wherever we do business.
25 Our Responsibility
Our customers choose us for our innovative strength
and efficiency, for our reliability and quality of work. 29 Bosch Locations in North America
Our organizational structures, processes, and lead 31 Company Milestones
ership tools are clear and effective, and support the
requirements of our various businesses. We act accord 33 Management
ing to common principles. We are strongly determined to 34 Contact Us
jointly achieve the goals we have agreed upon.
As associates worldwide, we feel a special bond in the
values we live by – day for day. The diversity of our cul Cover illustration
The image represents the various industries and
tures is a source of additional strength. We experience
projects that include Bosch products and services.
our task as challenging, we are dedicated to our work,
and we are proud to be part of Bosch.
The Bosch Group at a Glance Bosch Brands Bosch in North America 3 | 4
Shareholders of Robert Bosch GmbH Bosch sells products and services under many renown brands in
3 Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH | 92 % share of equity | no voting rights North America, including:
3 Bosch family | 7 % share of equity | 7 % voting rights
3 Robert Bosch Industrietreuhand KG | 93 % voting rights
3 Robert Bosch GmbH | 1 % share of equity | no voting rights
The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and
services. In the areas of automotive and industrial technology,
consumer goods, and building technology, more than 300,000
associates generated sales of 51.5 billion euros in fiscal 2011.
The Bosch Group comprises Robert Bosch GmbH and its roughly
350 subsidiaries and regional companies in some 60 countries.
If its sales and service partners are included, then Bosch is repre
sented in roughly 150 countries. This worldwide development,
manufacturing, and sales network is the foundation for further
growth. Bosch spent some 4.2 billion euros for research and devel
opment in 2011, and applied for over 4,100 patents worldwide.
With all its products and services, Bosch enhances the quality of
life by providing solutions which are both innovative and beneficial.
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 upfront investments in the safe
guarding of its future. Ninetytwo 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.
Chairman's Letter Key Data Bosch in North America 5 | 6
In the U.S., Canada and Mexico, the Bosch Group manufactures
and markets automotive original equipment and aftermarket
products, industrial drives and control technology, power tools,
“In 2011, Bosch achieved solid results in North
security and communication systems, packaging technology,
America and is expanding its business through thermotechnology, household appliances, solar energy, healthcare
investments to further strengthen the company.” telemedicine and software solutions. Having established a regional
presence in 1906, Bosch employs over 22,000 associates in more
Dr. Werner Struth than 100 locations, with sales of $9.8 billion in fiscal year 2011.
In 2011, Bosch's capital investment in the Americas totaled $487
million. Continuing to strengthen its commitment to regional
manufacturing, Bosch Rexroth announced last year an $80 million
investment in its hydraulic manufacturing operations in Fountain
In my first year as Chairman of Bosch in North America, I am Inn, S.C., an action expected to create nearly 160 new jobs over the
honored to represent such a strong and vibrant organization ‒ next five years. Bosch automotive plans to expand its technical
the company’s largest region outside of Germany in terms center in Plymouth Township, Mich., to make room for additional
of sales. engineering and other technical positions. In Kentwood, Mich., a
newly established manufacturing facility will produce exhaust gas
Our talented associates, the extensive range of our business aftertreatment modules for on and offhighway vehicles.
sectors and strong leadership help enhance the quality of life for
our customers every day in North America.
Bosch in North America 2011
In 2011, we reflected with great pride on Bosch’s 125year
heritage, dedication to our values and steadfast commitment to Sales
sustainability. Despite the dynamic, volatile times in which we Automotive Technology $ 6.3 billion
live, I am confident that we will continue to achieve success that Industrial Technology $ 1.5 billion
is synonymous with Bosch. Consumer Goods and Building Technology $ 2.0 billion
Total $ 9.8 billion
On behalf of the board of management, I would like to thank our
more than 22,000 associates and business partners in this region
who help us deliver technology that is truly “Invented for life.” Associates
Automotive Technology 14,200
Industrial Technology 3,100
Consumer Goods and Building Technology 5,230
Dr. Werner Struth
Chairman, president and CEO, Robert Bosch LLC
For more information, visit www.boschusa.com.
Bosch in North America 7| 8
Automotive Technology The Power of Innovation
In July 2011, the U.S. federal government proposed
new fuel economy regulations stating that all passen
Sales revenue ger vehicle fleets are to reach a greenhouse gas equi
valent corporate average fuel economy of 54.5 miles
per gallon by 2025.
Figures in billions of dollars
Associates Bosch engineers are working to improve the fuel
economy of gasoline engines by up to one third and
deliver attractive technology packages for its custo
2010 mers including a hybrid concept for the combination
of internal combustion engines and electric motors,
The Automotive Technology business sector recorded and energysaving auxiliary units in the powertrain.
sales of $6.3 billion – an increase of 13 percent over
Improvements are making diesel and gasoline power
2010 as the indusry continued its recovery. The sector
trains more economical with better performance,
maintains its position as a leading provider of technologies
while the company intensifies its efforts to advance
that increase fuel economy, reduce emissions, and
improve vehicle safety and comfort. electromobility.
up to 25% reduction in carbon dioxide
emissions from diesel technology
Bosch in North America 9 | 10
Aftermarket Acquisition Strengthened Market Position
Bosch manufactures automotive technologies
At the end of 2011, Bosch closed the acquisition of the
at 30 locations in North America.
Unipoint Group in Taiwan, an Asian producer of starters,
3 Gasoline Systems 3 Car Multimedia alternators and wiper blades. This further strengthens the
3 Diesel Systems 3 Automotive Electronics company's position as the leading supplier of starters and al
3 Chassis Systems Brakes 1 3 Automotive Aftermarket ternators for the automotive aftermarket in North America and
3 Chassis Systems Control 3 Steering Systems 2 around the world. The Unipoint Group currently employs
3 Electrical Drives
1 Integrated into the Chassis Systems Control around 2,360 people at two production locations in China
3 Starter Motors and Generators
division as of January 1, 2012 mainland, Taiwan as well as various sales locations.
2 ZF Lenksysteme GmbH (50 % Bosch-owned)
More information is available online at:
Automotive Technology 3 www.bosch-automotivetechnology.com
Bosch automotive divisions balance the importance of impro
Automotive Aftermarket 3 www.boschautoparts.com
ved fuel efficiency while maintaining the performance and fea
tures drivers’ desire and continue to work with automakers on
enhancing safety and driver comfort. It is a delicate balance,
but one that will be achieved through innovation.
Cobasys Contract for Battery Pack Development
Cobasys, a subsidiary of SB LiMotive, was awarded an $8.4
million contract to develop highenergy lithiumion batteries
for use in electric vehicle applications by the U.S. Advanced
Battery Consortium LLC (USABC). The focus of the contract is
to design, develop, deliver and validate highenergy density
cells and packs that will increase electric vehicle's battery
pack density by 50 percent in a threeyear period. The compe
titively bid contract Cobasys award from USABC is cofunded
by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and includes a 50 per
cent cost share.
Bosch Icon™ wiper blades are installed on the Dominator, the vehicle
featured on the Discovery Channel’s “Storm Chasers” hit series.
Bosch in North America 11 | 12
Drive and Control Technology Expanded
Industrial Technology The subsidiary, Bosch Rexroth, is a leading specia
list in the industry, providing tailored solutions for
mobile applications, machinery applications and
Sales revenue engineering, factory automation and renewable
1.2 energies. To intensify its focus on customers in key
industries the business concentrated manufactu
Figures in billions of dollars
ring of its linear motion and assembly technologies
Associates products in its Charlotte, S.C., facility with a new
67,000 squarefoot logistics center. The addition
houses warehousing and shipping operations and
resulted in approximately 45 new jobs.
The Industrial Technology business sector achieved the
highest rate of growth among the sectors in North America,
increasing its 2011 sales by 25 percent to $1.5 billion. The
sector contributed 15 percent of sales in the region with
strong performance from the Drive and Control Technology
and Packaging Technology divisions. In 2011, the U.S. solar
industry installed a record 1,855 megawatts of photovoltaic
capacity, which contributed to the continued growth of
Bosch’s Solar Energy division.
$80 million investment in hydraulic manufacturing
Bosch in North America 13 | 14
Packaging Technology Enhanced Flat Pouch System
As a leading supplier of processing and packaging technology,
Bosch Packaging Technology develops and produces complete
solutions for the pharmaceutical, food and confectionery indu
stries. The division's engineers are focused on developing innova
tive products that meet regional customer demands. With in
creased popularity of flat pouch packaging for items like drink
sweeteners and pain relievers, Packaging Technology launched its
vertical flat pouch system, which uses minimal space for a smaller
manufacturing footprint. The Bosch product offers manufacturers
the ability to produce flat pouches with high efficiency, cost effec
tiveness and high hygiene standards.
Maui County Mayor Alan Arakawa and Eric Daniels, regional president, Bosch
Solar Energy Saw Growth Solar Energy NA, finalized the County's contract for rooftop solar PV panels.
Solar Energy offers highgrade photovoltaic products including
solar cells and modules to generate electricity from sunlight. After
securing its first U.S. installation in 2010, the division gained a number of contracts in 2011, including a project with Maui
County, Hawaii to supply 20 facilities with stateoftheart so
lar panels predicted to save the county $8.4 million over 20
Bosch manufactures industrial technologies at 20 locations in North America. years. Additionally, in an effort to capitalize on the solar
growth in this region, the business established a regional foot
Divisions 3 Solar Energy print in two locations: Mooresville, N.C., and Irvine, Calif. This
3 Drive and Control Technology 1 – Ingots move enhances Solar Energy's capabilities to offer innovative
– Mobile applications – Wafers products and leverage market opportunities.
– Industrial applications – Solar cells
– Renewable energies – Crystalline solar modules
– Thin-film solar modules
3 Packaging Technology – Solar power stations More information is available online at:
– Process engineering Drive and Control Technology 3 www.boschrexroth.com
– Packaging technology Packaging Technology 3 www.boschpackaging.com
– Systems solutions
1 Bosch Rexroth AG (100% Bosch-owned)
Solar Energy 3 www.bosch-solarenergy.com
Bosch in North America 15 | 16
Consumer Goods and Power Tools Grew Offerings
In 2011, the Dremel® brand launched its SawMax™ and
Building Technology 3000 (product) that combine user ergonomics and ease
ofuse with performance for a wide variety of projects.
Also launched were two highperformance tools, the
Dremel MultiMax™ MM20 and MultiMax MM40, offe
2.0 ring a wider array of oscillating applications with in
Figures in billions of dollars creased capability and power.
5,230 Dremel partnered with Chip Wade of HGTV's television
5,311 2011 shows "Curb Appeal: The Block" and "Designed to Sell,"
to provide viewers stepbystep instructions, tool re
commendations and top projects for "Tackling
The Consumer Goods and Building Technology sector
develops and markets services and products including America's ToDo List."
power tools, security and communication systems,
thermotechnology and home appliances for residential and Thermotechnology Announced New Boilers
commercial uses. The division includes a number of trusted Bosch Thermotechnology North America last year re
and respected products and brands that help improve branded its FHP residential line of geothermal heat
customers’ quality of life at home and at work. The sector’s
pumps to the Bosch brand name, creating three product
sales in North America remained steady at $2 billion by
families: Geo 1000, 3000 and 6000.
continuing to focus on energy-efficient technologies.
100% major appliances ENERGY STAR® rated
Bosch in North America 17 | 18
Bosch manufactures consumer goods and building
Household Appliances Added to Dishwasher Line
technologies at 20 locations in North America. 2011 saw the launch of Bosch's new 800 Plus Series line, the
quietest and most efficient dishwasher in North America. Ope
rating at an industryleading 39 decibels, the line nearly elimi
3 Power Tools 3 Household Appliances 1
nates dishwasher noise. Additionally, the Bosch Plus Series
– Power tools for the building trade, – Cooking and baking
industry, and the DIY sector – Dishwashing
utilizes AquaStop® Leak Protection, a hightech system that
– Accessories – Washing, drying detects leaks, shuts down operation and automatically pumps
– Garden tools – Cooling, freezing water out of the unit to avoid the risk of costly water damage.
– Measuring tools – Cleaning of floor surfaces
– Consumer products
– Air-conditioning 3 Security Systems More information is available online at:
– Hot water – Product business Power Tools 3 www.bosch-pt.com
– Decentralized energy management – Building security Thermotechnology 3 www.bosch-thermotechnology.com
– Communication centers Security Systems 3 www.boschsecurity.com
1 BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH (50 % Bosch) Household Appliances 3 www.bosch-home.com
Thermotechnology also announced six new ultraefficient,
wallmounted condensing boilers. The Bosch Greenstar™ se
ries extracts and reuses latent heat in the unit’s exhaust gases
for increased efficiency and reduced carbon dioxide emission.
Unlike traditional or noncondensing boilers, these boilers
turn 98.7 percent of the fuel used into heat.
Security Systems Won Award
Bosch Security Systems Safe & Sound Security and Audio Tour
truck, which displays the division's array of security and com
munication systems, was recognized with a prestigious 2011
Event Design Award in the category “Best Mobile Marketing While the complete Bosch line of dishwashers are among the quietest and
most efficient dishwashers on the market, the industry-leading Bosch 800
Vehicle.” More than 4,500 customers have toured the truck Plus uses less than 2 gallons of water per cycle and 180 kWh/year. Additio-
since April 2011. nally, all Bosch dishwashers are ENERGY STAR® qualified.
Bosch in North America 19 | 20
Merged to Strengthen Portfolio
Healthcare In December, Bosch integrated its Care Soluti
ons (Social Alarm/NurseCall systems) and its
Telehealth business, bringing 320 associates
Robert Bosch Healthcare is the global market
together as the leading provider of telehealth
leader in the field of telehealth, with more than
55,000 patients in the U.S. benefitting from its
and personal alarm systems. This move allows
products each day. Blending 10 years of chronic Bosch to offer a broad portfolio of products and
and acute condition telehealth care experience systems to support older persons and patients
with Bosch's history of technological innovation, with chronic diseases in the home.
Bosch Healthcare addresses needs of hospitals,
Awarded for Leadership
health systems and managed care facilities. The
division focuses on developing telehealth solutions Bosch Healthcare received the 2011 Frost &
for the most costly and at-risk patient populations, Sullivan Market Share Leadership Award for
including those with severe ongoing conditions, its performance in the North American remote
who represent 80 percent of the health care spent patient monitoring market. The division's full
in the U.S.
line of home telehealth products and systems
Bosch's telehealth solutions are designed to be for remote monitoring and disease, including
more than devices – they are comprehensive the Health Buddy Appliance and ViTelCare's
systems that can lead to tangible change in T400 Home Health Monitor, provide cost
providers’ operations, approach to care, and
effective and clinically beneficial support for
long-term shifts in patients’ disease management.
patients with ongoing medical conditions or
The health management programs empower
patients to maintain their autonomy.
postacute patients with complex conditions.
26% lower hospitalization rate for
Health Buddy program users
Bosch in North America 21 | 22
Award Winning Solution
Software In May, Bosch Software Innovations received a
Merlin Award in the “Best Innovator” category
from the German American Chamber of Com
merce of the Midwest. The award recognizes
As a leader in Business Rules Management Systems, Bosch's eMobility Solution, a webbased soft
Bosch Software Innovations designs and develops ware solution for electric vehicle charging infra
state-of-the-art software and systems solutions for the structure. This solution provides a userfriendly
financial services industry, eMobility and other system for all stakeholders, making the use of
industries. For banks and financial services providers,
electric vehicles more convenient and easy to
Bosch offers specialized products in the areas of
use. It also offers benefits to target users inclu
compliance, risk management, and customer
ding drivers, utilities, locationbased service
relationship management. Its systems solutions for
providers, fleet operators, charging station ope
mobility and energy infrastructures range from
analysis and implementation up to the operation of
rators and automakers. As a common software
fully integrated hardware and software systems. and IT platform, the solution also supports and
integrates the core processes for the eMobility
Software Innovations provides its customers with the infrastructure, including identification of drivers
support they need to develop advanced business
and charging of electric vehicles and billing of
models that interconnect functions, services, and
energy consumption. Using open software archi
devices via the Internet. Additionally, they are working
tecture, other stakeholders can connect indivi
jointly with other Bosch divisions in innovation
dual IT systems to the eMobility Solution, allo
clusters focusing on connected mobility, connected
energy and connected buildings.
wing for customization of business models.
450 associates working on the "Internet
of Things and Services"
Bosch in North America 23 | 24
Research and Education
Research and In 2011, Bosch, Stanford University and the
University of Florida were awarded a $1.2 mil-
lion, three-year grant from the National Science
Foundation for a research and education pro-
Bosch’s dedication to research and development ject focusing on waste heat harvesting in vehicle
drives its ability to provide beneficial solutions that applications. The project aims to provide ex-
enhance the quality of life. Worldwide in 2011, the pertise, decrease inefficiencies in contacts bet-
company spent $5.8 billion on R&D with nearly half of ween materials and merge outreach activities
that expenditure focused on technologies that
that promote interest in energy technologies.
improve energy efficiency, conserve resources and
protect the environment. There are more than 38,000
Bosch also launched the Bosch Energy Research
Bosch associates working in R&D with 2,500 located
Network (BERN) initiative, in which approxi-
in North America. The company's investment in R&D
mately $10 million will be invested over eight
allows it to provide innovative solutions for business
and customers. Through the Research and Technology years, and will work with leading U.S. universi-
Center North America, Bosch advances topics such as ties to accelerate research in the fields of the en-
human machine interface, autonomous systems and vironment, energy and mobility. BERN research
end energy storage. focuses on transformative energy technology –
conversion, storage and usage efficiency. The
initiative's internship program will offer
hundreds of student opportunities to contri-
bute to an energy-efficient future.
4,126 patents were filed by Bosch
Bosch in North America 25 | 26
Our Responsibility Bosch Community Fund
As part of the company’s 125th anniversary activities in
2011, Bosch announced the launch of its U.S. foundation,
Bosch has a long history dedicated to sustainability The Bosch Community Fund (BCF). The Fund will award
and remains focused on providing safe, clean and
up to $3 million in grants annually, providing additional
efficient products that help protect the environment,
support for the company’s charitable and community ef
conserve resources, and reduce emissions and
dependence on fossil fuels.
forts in the U.S., with a focus on science, technology and
The company's commitment to sustainability and
corporate citizenship is reflected not only through
The BCF is an extension of Bosch's strong tradition of
its innovative products and services but also in its
social responsibility and public spirit, deepening the
company’s support of select programs in the communi
ties in which it operates, as well as its focus on education,
the environment and charitable causes.
The BCF consists of three unique components: sitebased
philanthropy, corporate initiatives and strategic reserve.
It will expand Bosch support of organizations including
United Way, engagement in programs such as the Society
of Automotive Engineers' (SAE) A World in Motion® and
years of sustainable development FIRST® Robotics (For Inspiration and Recognition of Sci
ence and Technology) as well as university grants.
Bosch in North America 27 | 28
Bosch Energy, Science and Technology (BEST) Program
In 2011, Bosch launched a new community project – Bosch En
ergy, Science, and Technology (BEST) program – aimed at increa
sing K12 student learning about science and technologies that
conserve energy. The BEST program allows the company to
further promote education in science, technology and environ
mental causes and actively demonstrate the values it places on
sustainability. It also continues the tradition set by Bosch's foun
der, Robert Bosch, who strongly believed in the importance of
investing in the future of local communities and maintaining a
strong tradition of social responsibility and public spirit.
Bosch donated a variety of energyefficient and sustainable pro Bosch associates assist children with a SAE “A World in Motion” activity as
part of Bosch’s 125th anniversary celebration.
ducts totaling $115,000 to 12 college teams participating in the
2011 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon in Washington,
D.C. The competition comprised 19 teams that designed, built Environment
and operated solarpowered homes that were cost effective, en Bosch is focused on providing technological answers to ecolo
ergyefficient and attractive. Product donations from a variety of gical questions. Globally, the company invests some 45 percent
Bosch divisions were given to the teams to help them showcase of its research and development budget in technologies that
their best ideas. help protect the environment and conserve resources, and ge
nerates roughly a third of the company's sales with such pro
From the Bosch Power Tools used to construct a house frame, to ducts. By 2020, Bosch aims to reduce the carbondioxide emis
the ENERGY STAR®–rated Bosch Home Appliances, sustainable sions from its production locations around the world by at
Bosch Compress 3000 Heat Pump (Electric Residential Water least 20 percent compared to 2007.
Heater) and photovoltaic solar panels, Bosch products displayed
throughout the homes showcased energyefficiency with com
fort and safety. More information is available online at:
Corporate social responsibility 3 http://csr.bosch.com
Bosch Locations Bosch in North America 29 | 30
Automotive Original Equipment
Farmington Hills, Mich.
Mount Prospect, Ill.
New Richmond, Wis.
Palo Alto, Calif.
Hoffman Estates, Ill.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Chicago, Ill. Industrial Technology
As of January 1, 2012
Healthcare Consumer Goods &
Palo Alto, Calif. Building Technology
Company Milestones Bosch in North America 31 | 32
1906 Robert Bosch New York, Inc. (later named 1983 Bosch Automotive Research and
Bosch Magneto Company), founded. Development Center opens in Farmington
1910 Bosch establishes sales offices in Chicago,
Ill. (1908), San Francisco, Calif. (1909) and 1991 Bosch-Siemens Hausgeraete GmbH estab-
Detroit, Mich. (1910). lishes U.S. presence, builds state-of-the-art
plant in New Bern, N.C.
1911 Bosch Canada opens first sales office in
Toronto. 1996 Bosch establishes Automation Technology
business unit in U.S. (later Bosch Rexroth).
1912 Bosch completes construction of its first
North American purpose-built manufactur- 1999 Bosch establishes Research and Technol-
ing facility in Springfield, Mass., to produce ogy Center North America, with offices
magnetos. in Palo Alto, Calif., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
1914 Bosch Magneto Company acquires Rush-
more Dynamo Works in Plainfield, N.J., 2001 Bosch Automation Technology and Rexroth
boosting production capacity. join forces to form Bosch Rexroth Corpora-
1917 U.S. government expropriates assets of 2011 Bosch celebrates
Bosch Magneto Company; Company re- 2003 Bosch acquires RotoZip. its 125th anniversary
named American Bosch Magneto Corpora- worldwide.
2006 Bosch celebrates 100 years in the U.S.
tion (Bosch trademark rights re-established
Bosch acquires Telex Communications, Inc.
Bosch Rexroth acquires Intelligent Hydrau-
1922 Bosch Mexico opens its first sales office in lic Drive technology and research division
Mexico City. from Dana Corporation.
1906 Robert Bosch
New York, Inc. (later 1930 Robert Bosch Magneto Company Inc. and 2007 Bosch acquires FHP Manufacturing Com-
named Bosch Magneto American Bosch Magneto Corporation pany and Health Hero Network.
Company), founded. merge to form the United American Bosch
2008 Bosch acquires Hägglunds Drives, ersol
Corporation (later renamed American
Solar Energy, Extreme CCTV, CST berger
and Morse Automotives brake
1941 U.S. government expropriates American friction business.
Bosch Corporation and its assets.
2009 Bosch acquires Visual Telecommunication
1967 Robert Bosch Corporation moves head- Network Inc., and Akustica, Inc.
quarters to Broadview, Ill.
2010 Bosch acquires RTI Technologies Co., Ltd.
1973 Robert Bosch Corporation builds manufac-
2011 Bosch celebrates its 125th anniversary
turing facility in Charleston, S.C.
Management Contact Us Bosch in North America 33 | 34
Board of Management Bosch Executives of North America For information on Human Resources (RBNA/HR), Purchasing
(RBNA/PUR) and Corporate Communications (RBNA/COM),
Franz Fehrenbach Dr. Werner Struth go to www.boschusa.com
Chairman Chairman and CEO
For information on career opportunities at Bosch in North
Dr. Siegfried Dais Maximiliane Straub America, contact Human Resources Management (RBNA/HR)
Deputy Chairman Lee Manduzzi or go to www.careers.bosch.us
Dr. Bernd Bohr Gary Anderton Regional Headquarters of Bosch in North America can be
Dr. Rudolf Colm Bernd Boisten contacted at the following address and numbers:
Dr. Stefan Asenkerschbaumer Scott Dahl Robert Bosch LLC
Dr. Volkmar Denner Timothy Frasier 38000 Hills Tech Drive
Christoph Kübel Christopher Gerace Farmington Hills, Michigan 48331
Uwe Raschke Pierre Hamelink +1-248-876-1000
Wolf-Henning Scheider Terry Horan email@example.com
Dr. Werner Struth Danny Hyman
Peter Tyroller Sujit Jain www.boschusa.com
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