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Logistics in the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

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  • Transport
  • Logistics
  • Berlin
  • Freight
  • Brandenburg
  • Telematics
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2 Logistics Logistics in Berlin-Brandenburg: well networked – centrally located Oslo Gothenburg Örebro Helsinki Hamina Kotka Tallinn Stockholm Ventspils Riga Copenhagen Klaipeda Malmö Trelleborg Vilnius 10 significant benefits for your investment Dublin Bremen Rostock Hamburg Amsterdam Utrecht Hannover Berlin Poznan • Excellent infrastructure • Central focal point for European traffic and freight flows • Firmly integrated in the Trans-European Transport Network • Highly qualified employees • Good investment incentives • Top positioning in the German freight villages ranking • BIG5 logistics locations • Leading site for telematics and traffic management Lisbon • Universities with renowned logistics and IT chairs • Proximity to political decision-makers and associations Madrid London Rotterdam Warsaw Osnabrück Frankfurt (Oder) Magdeburg Zeebrugge Cologne Brussels Prague Liege Würzburg Luxembourg Nuremberg Brno Paris Vienna Bratislava Munich Innsbruck Budapest Arad Timişoara Bucharest Verona Craiova Burgas Bologna Sofia La Spezia Ancona Livorno Rome Barcelona Bari Thessaloniki Naples Taranto Igoumenitsa Gioia Tauro Athens/Piraeus Palermo Patras Qualified employees – flexible and high-performing In the German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg, logistics companies will find well educated and motivated employees. Thanks to the three-year professional training in logistics professions, from the highly specialized EDP specialist, to specialist for warehouse logistics, the quality of work is ensured. There are some 205,000 people employed in the sector. With comprehensive service packages, the Berlin Partner for Business and Technology and the ZAB Brandenburg Economic Development Board, support companies in the recruitment and further education of new employees, as well as in strengthening innovative forces. Leading in technology transfer More than 50 universities and over 100 further education research institutions with some 216,000 students form one of the densest research networks in Europe. Logistics professionals profit from special industry knowledge and expertise of the scientific institutes, including the Logistics department at the Technische Universität Berlin and the Technische Hochschule Wildau. Valletta Berlin and Brandenburg – “Urban Node” of the Trans-European Transport Network Three of the multi-modal core network corridors intersect here: The Oriental/East-Med corridor links the northern and Baltic Sea regions via Berlin to the Czech Republic– Slovakia–Hungary to the Black Sea (Bulgaria/Rumania) and the Mediterranean (Greece). The north-Baltic Sea corridor Bremerhaven/Rotterdam/ Antwerp–Berlin–Warsaw–Terespol/Kaunas links the ports in western Europe with terminals in Germany, Poland and Lithuania. The Scandinavian-Mediterranean corridor running along the north-south axis from Italy to Hamburg and Rostock and then on to Scandinavia. Quick links and attractive prices Located in the vicinity of the German sea ports, Berlin- Brandenburg offers a strategically optimum location for distribution to the whole of Europe and to the traffic beyond the ports. Economic policies have created attractive frameworks for the promotion of investment goods, innovations and specialists.

Logistics 3 Logistics locations in Berlin-Brandenburg Greifswald Hamburg Rostock 20 Szczecin (Stettin) Limassol Lefkosia Prignitz 18 Wittenberge Magdeburg Hannover 11 Pritzwalk Havelland 17 Märkisch- Rathenow Velten 111 Oderland Wustermark 5 BERLIN Küstrin-Kietz 10 1 7 13 Rüdersdorf b. Bln. 10 4-9, 115 11-13 1 Hoppegarten 2 3 113 Großbeeren Brandenburg Potsdam Schönefeld Wildau 4 3 Freienbrink an der Havel Ludwigsfelde 8 14 10 2 2 Leipzig Frankfurt (Main) München 2 19 Oberhavel Ostprignitz- Ruppin Potsdam- Mittelmark 9 24 Oranienburg 10 Teltow- Fläming Uckermark 12 6 Barnim Rangsdorf 9 Mittenwalde 13 3 Eberswalde 7 11 12 Königs Wusterhausen Oder- Spree Dahme- Spreewald Schwedt/ Oder 16 Frankfurt (Oder) 4 Eisenhüttenstadt Guben Warszawa (Warschau) Mühlberg/ Elbe Elbe- Elster Oberspreewald- Lausitz 13 Elsterwerda 5 15 Schwarzheide 15 Cottbus 1 Spree- Neiße 6 Forst (Lausitz) Wrocław (Breslau) Dresden Praha (Prag) Freight villages Güterverkehrszentrum with terminal mit Terminal für den Kombinierten for combined freight loading Ladungsverkehr Logistics location Logistikstandort Logistics location with terminal for combined freight loading Logistikstandort mit Terminal für den Kombinierten Ladungsverkehr Scientific and research Wissenschafts- undFederal highway institution Forschungseinrichtung State highway Railroad Inland harbor Inland waterway with freight traffic Binnenhafen National border International airport Regional border Border crossing Internationaler Flughafen Grenzübergang Siedlung Autobahn Bundesstrasse Bahnstrecke Binnenwasserstraße mit Güterverkehr Landesgrenze Kreisgrenze

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