Electric car manufacturers are working with food manufacturing companies to develop new manufacturing models, according to a report published on Wednesday.

According to the report, a new kind of factory worker is needed for electric car makers to reach their production targets.

According a Bloomberg report, electric car and other battery-powered vehicles are coming up with new and more efficient ways to produce, process, and deliver electric vehicles.

They are also being challenged to meet emissions standards.

The report also said that electric vehicle manufacturers are looking for workers who have skills in manufacturing, and who can be highly mobile.

The Bloomberg report said that the Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Center (EVMC) at the company’s Gigafactory in Nevada is the most advanced electric vehicle factory in the world, but it has a “minority workforce of less than 5 percent.”

The report noted that the EVMC is a “substantial part of a larger factory” that is “designed to produce up to 30,000 vehicles a year and assemble about 20,000 EVs a year.”

The Bloomberg article reported that EVMC will have up to 50 percent of the factory workforce from the US.

It is expected to create up to 10,000 jobs and generate up to $1 billion in annual economic activity.

The report also revealed that the EVs are being created at a time when the global car market is undergoing a major change.

According to a Bloomberg article, global car sales are expected to decline by nearly 10 percent in 2020.