To be the global technology leader in powertrain solutions
Respect for Each Other
BorgWarner must operate in a climate of openness, trust, and cooperation, in which each of us freely grants others the same respect and decency we seek for ourselves. We expect open, honest, and timely communication. As a global company, we invite and embrace the diversity of all our people.
Power of Collaboration
BorgWarner is both a community of entrepreneurial businesses and a single enterprise. Our goal is to preserve the freedom each of us needs to find personal satisfaction while building a strong business that comes from unity of purpose. True unity is more than a melding of self-interests; it results when goals and values are shared.
Passion for Excellence
BorgWarner chooses to be a leader — in serving our customers, advancing our technologies, and rewarding all who invest in us. To sustain our leadership, we relentlessly seek to improve our performance. We bring urgency to every business challenge and opportunity. We anticipate change and shape it to our purpose. We encourage new ideas that challenge the status quo, and we seek to involve every mind in the growth of our business.
At BorgWarner we demand uncompromising ethical standards in all we do and say. We are committed to doing what is right — in good times and in bad. We are accountable for the commitments we make. We are, above all, an honorable company of honorable people.
Responsibility to Our Communities
BorgWarner is committed to good corporate citizenship. We strive to supply goods and services of superior value to our customers; to create jobs that provide meaning for those who do them; and to contribute generously of our talents and our wealth in the communities in which we do business.
BorgWarner’s turbocharger with low-pressure exhaust gas recirculation technology wins a 2012 Automotive News PACE Award. Three BorgWarner technologies are named finalists in the 2013 competition, including the regulated three-stage turbocharging system, advanced compact brushless actuator, and Visctronic® high-speed reservoir system.
As the exclusive turbocharger supplier for the IZOD IndyCar® Series, BorgWarner’s EFR (Engineered for Racing) turbochargers complete the entire season and accumulate 212,000 miles during practice, test, qualifying and race events without incident.
BorgWarner expands its facility in Ningbo, China, with a new engineering center and manufacturing facility to produce variable cam timing technologies and engine timing systems.
In Brazil, BorgWarner builds a new engine and drivetrain production facility and engineering center to design and produce technologies that help car manufacturers comply with new government regulations.
BorgWarner launches the first two-stage turbocharging system for commercial diesel engines in Asia and supplies the first two-speed active all-wheel drive transfer case for the Ford F-150.
BorgWarner BERU Systems celebrates 100 years and BorgWarner Transmission Systems marks 75 years in Germany.
BorgWarner acquires the Swedish-based Traction Systems division of Haldex AB, which makes innovative all-wheel drive technologies.
One million turbochargers are built at the BorgWarner campus in Ningbo, China, in only four years.
Morse TECs variable cam timing (VCT) with mid position lock technology is named an Automotive News PACE Awards finalist.