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Logistics in the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

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  • Transport
  • Logistics
  • Berlin
  • Freight
  • Brandenburg
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2 Logistics Logistics in Berlin-Brandenburg: well networked – centrally located Oslo Gothenburg Örebro Helsinki Hamina Kotka Tallinn Stockholm Ventspils Riga Significant benefits for your investment • Excellent infrastructure due to three trans-European corridors • Close to European growth markets • Availability of highly qualified workforce • Tailor-made funding opportunities • Renowned universities in the fields of logistics and digital technologies • Testing ground for the mobility of tomorrow • Proximity to political decision makers, associations and networks • Commercial and industrial sites • Lowest municipal taxes in Germany • High quality of living Lisbon Dublin Madrid London Klaipėda Copenhagen Malmö Trelleborg Vilnius Kaunas Rostock Bremen Hamburg Amsterdam Utrecht Hanover Berlin Poznań Rotterdam Warsaw Osnabrück Frankfurt (Oder) Magdeburg Zeebrugge Cologne Brussels Prague Liège 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 Valletta Qualified workers – flexible and high-performing In Berlin and Brandenburg, logistics companies will find well-educated and motivated employees. As an industry with an employment rate of 10.1 per cent, logistics enjoys aboveaverage economic significance in Berlin-Brandenburg. More than 200,000 people are employed in this sector. The economic development agencies of Berlin and Brandenburg support companies in the recruitment and continuing training of new employees with comprehensive service packages. Leaders in knowledge and technology transfer More than 60 institutions of higher education and over 100 non-university research institutions with some 240,000 students form one of the densest research networks in Europe. Logistics professionals profit from the specialised industry expertise provided by the scientific institutions. The Technische Universität Berlin and the Technische Hochschule Wildau are drivers of innovation in the various fields of logi stics. Innovative solutions are developed in logistics labs and tested using simulations. Quick links – this is where investments pay off The strategic location on three trans-European corridors connects the region with growth markets in northern and eastern Europe and Asia. Close to the German sea ports, Berlin-Brandenburg is an ideal location for distributing to the whole of Europe and for transport beyond the ports. First-rate economic policy framework conditions make the region extremely attractive for companies. Close cooperation between business and science The Cluster Transport, Mobility and Logistics links business and science. Based on the joint innovation strategy of the states of Berlin and Brandenburg, the Cluster actively addresses the challenges of tomorrow’s mobility. It focuses on interdisciplinary approaches, based on the close cooper ation of businesses and research institutes beyond tradi tional sector borders.

Logistics 3 Logistics locations in Berlin-Brandenburg Greifswald Hamburg Rostock 20 Szczecin 12 Pritzwalk PRIGNITZ Wittenberge 19 19 OSTPRIGNITZ- RUPPIN OBER- HAVEL UCKERMARK 11 Schwedt/ Oder 16 BARNIM 24 4 Eberswalde Limassol Nikosia Magdeburg Hanover HAVELLAND Rathenow 2 20 Ziesar 2 BRANDENBURG AN DER HAVEL 11 Wustermark POTSDAM POTSDAM- MITTEL- MARK 4 Oranienburg 11 Velten 18 17 Trebbin 111 115 Ludwigsfelde BERLIN 5-10 1 1 3 13 Schönefeld Großbeeren 3 1 Rangsdorf 13 10 Mittenwalde 10 Wildau 12 Rüdersdorf b. Bln Freienbrink 2 14 12 Königs 6 Wusterhausen MÄRKISCH- ODERLAND Küstrin- Kietz FRANKFURT (ODER) 4 5 ODER- SPREE Warsaw 5 Brück 3 9 TELTOW- FLÄMING 13 Eisenhüttenstadt Leipzic Frankfurt (Main) Munich DAHME- SPREEWALD Guben Border crossing Inland port Falkenberg 7 ELBE- ELSTER 9 Lübbenau Schwarzheide 13 15 OBER- SPREE- WALD- LAUSITZ 2 15 Senftenberg COTTBUS 2 8 SPREE- NEISSE Forst (Lausitz) Wrocław International airport Mühlberg/Elbe 6 Elsterwerda Freight village with combined transport terminal Dresden Praha Logistics location Logistics location with combined transport terminal Scientific and research institutions Motorway National highway Railroad Inland waterway with freight traffic Rural district Logistics locations 1 Berlin Schönefeld 2 Brandenburg an der Havel 3 Brück 4 Eberswalde 5 Eisenhüttenstadt 6 Elsterwerda 7 Falkenberg 8 Forst 9 Lübbenau 10 Mittenwalde 11 Oranienburg 12 Pritzwalk 13 Rangsdorf 14 Rüdersdorf 15 Schwarzheide 16 Schwedt 17 Trebbin 18 Velten 19 Wittenberge 20 Ziesar

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