ZF Friedrichshafen, which supplies transmission systems to BMW, has resumed limited production at its plant in Brandenburg despite ongoing strikes, the company said on Tuesday, according to Dow Jones. About 300 of the 1,000 employees normally employed at the plant reported for work on Monday and produced about 210 gearboxes, ZF Friedrichshafen spokesman Peter Vogler told the news agency. Normal daily capacity at the plant is about 800.