At Bremen Hansalinie Industrial Estate, it's all about speed: located on the A1 autobahn close to the Bremer Kreuz intersection, this high-tech location is perfect for automotive suppliers in particular. It is ideally suited for just-in-sequence deliveries to the assembly lines at Mercedes-Benz Bremen, for example.
The optimum transport links also benefit a number of other industries – a total of 80 companies employing around 3,600 people are based here. Vacant sites are available, and the development of the areas south of the railway line offer further potential.
Bremen Hansalinie Industrial Estate offers a range of vacant commercial land and premises owned by the local authority. Please contact us for more information.
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Bremen has the right location to suit any company, from the logistics sector at the Cargo Distribution Center (GVZ) to research institutes at the Technology Park and international companies at Bremen Airport-Stadt. Or perhaps you are looking for more of a mix of sectors to stimulate creativity? We can show you the right business park to suit your needs.
The Bremen Hansalinie Industrial Estate is ideally situated for businesses in the automotive industry, located in the immediate vicinity of the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen just off the A1 autobahn. But it also offers a number of benefits for service providers, trading companies and the skilled trades. If you want to set up business here, you need to act quickly.
Mercedes-Benz in Bremen is the lead plant that manages C-Class production around the world. In addition to detailed planning and tight logistics, this also requires a good intuitive understanding of the market. Whether it is in China, South Africa or the USA, the sites around the world have to produce vehicles of consistently high quality. Find out here how the plant manages this.