BorgWarner has 74 locations in 19 countries, offering powertrain products including manual, automatic, and dual-component transmissions and components like friction materials, electro-hydraulic control parts, turbochargers, engine valve timing system parts, and one-way clutches.
In 2015, the company broke ground for new plants in Thailand and China, opened new facilities in Brazil, India, Hungary, and South Korea, and expanded operations in the United States and Mexico. Also in 2015, BorgWarner produced the first flex fuel turbocharger and engine timing systems made in Brazil, and the company received a PACE Innovation Award for its front cross differential technology. Two of BorgWarner's innovations are finalists in the 2016 PACE competition.
The company is built upon respect, for both employees and clients. Open and honest communication is a key value. BorgWarner employees have positive things to say about the pay, and they think the work is "engaging, interesting, and fun." Others like the "collaborative work environment" and think the company is a "great place to start a career." However, some people who work at BorgWarner feel that management is more interested in employees "working hard" than "working smart." – Weniger