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I figured out, I wouldn’t be driving my 335i home from the dealer on that date.
The car had been sitting at the “port of exit” in Germany, awaiting shipping for close to 2 weeks.
Once on a ship, BMW status on their website will no longer provide a detailed update, but you can still continue to track the vehicle.
• then say “yes” when the voice reads it back – if correct… (you can get it wrong 3 times, and then the system kicks you to a live human, if you’re calling during business hours…
(Below) This is the status of my 335i as shown in the BMW NA Member’s Area Website : “Awaiting Transport…” (Below) And, another view of the status: “Awaiting Transport..
in the timeline view…” Tracking the car status via phone, BMW North America: (This information can, as well, be more than 48 hours behind the actual status) • Call: (1-800) 831-1117 • Say “Vehicle Production Status” when prompted…
• Wallenius&Wilhelmsen (parent company for several ship lines listed below) • EUKOR – a division of Wallenius Lines • UECC – another division of Wallenius Lines • A. Möller – yet another division and ship line owned or operated by Wallenius Lines • Mark 1 Shipping – owned or operated by Wallenius Lines • K-LINE (Usually BMW West Coast deliveries only, but sometimes ships to NY/NJ as NYK-Line) K-Line is not a W&W company • ARC – Often operated by, or under the direction of Wallenius Lines 4.
Most BMWs are shipped out of the port of Bremerhaven Germany (Known by the faithful as: “Bimmer Heaven”) Port Location: Latitude: 53.5715° (decimal) Longitude: 8.546° (decimal) (Below) Port: Bremerhaven Germany (Below) 5.