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Schwarzheide
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The production site located in Schwarzheide (Lausitz, Germany) is part of BASF, the world's leading chemical company. After Ludwigshafen, BASF Schwarzheide is one of the largest European sites within the BASF group.
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Ludwigshafen
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BASF SE Ludwigshafen is the largest contiguous chemical site in the world. Production plants, energy flows and logistics are intelligently networked to use resources as efficiently as possible at BASF's main site.
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Köln
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BioCampus Cologne is one of the largest technology parks in Germany. The focus is on supporting local companies right from the start-up phase and providing the necessary infrastructure. The use of cross-sector synergies in fields such as medical technology, chemistry, ICT and above all biotechnology will further strengthen the innovative strength of the BioCampus location in Cologne.
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Regensburg
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The BioPark Regensburg offers 18,000 m² of high-quality laboratory, office and storage space for companies and institutes in the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical technology, analytics/diagnostics and associated service providers. In addition to the use of the university infrastructure and short distances on site, a separate motorway connection enables direct and fast connections to Munich, Frankfurt and Berlin.
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Bitterfeld-Wolfen
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The Bitterfeld-Wolfen Chemical Park, with its 1,200 hectares, is one of the largest areas for chemical and pharmaceutical companies in Germany, including global players such as Bayer, Dow, Lanxess and Heraeus. 70 industrial companies from the manufacturing sector, out of whih 50% are from the chemical and pharmaceutical sectors as well as over 250 service providers employ approx. 12,000 employees. With a modern infrastructure, the Bitterfeld-Wolfen Chemical Park GmbH offers industrial sites and extensive services with competitive conditions for successful growth. Additionaly, the location in the dynamic economic region Leipzig-Halle ensures the proximity to the competent partners from industry and science.
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Burgkirchen a.d. Alz
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With 4.000 employees from 30 companies the GENDORF Chemical Park, located in the Bavarian ChemDelta, is the largest chemical park in Bavaria.
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Leuna
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The chemical site Leuna focusses on modern chemistry in Europe and has a complex production profile. The infrastructure allows traditional mass chemistry as well as activities in the field of specialty chemistry. While the connection to the refinery and the supra-regional pipeline network ensure an advantageous supply of essential raw materials, local research facilities offer suitable structures for the development of highly specific products.
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Obernburg
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With an area of 176 hectares and about 3,000 employees, the ICO is Europe's largest and most versatile chemical fiber site. It is home to more than 30 internationally successful companies of various sizes and industries. As the operator, Mainsite ensures the consistent further development and marketing of the site for further industrial settlements and provides the companies with tailor-made industrial services tailored to their individual needs.
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Frankfurt am Main
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Industriepark Höchst is an innovative chemical and pharmaceutical site with more than 90 companies of all sizes and around 22,000 employees in total (e.g. Sanofi, Bayer, BASF, Clariant). With its well-established infrastructure, the site offers ideal conditions for research and manufacturing companies to set up production and pilot plants or laboratories.
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Bomlitz
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The Industrial Park Walsrode (IPW) is located in the municipality of Bomlitz in Lower Saxony. It is located northeast of Walsrode in the Hamburg/Hannover/Bremen triangle. The companies based here are active in the fields of chemistry, plastics processing, bioscientific and technical product development, mechanical and plant engineering, logistics, information technology, training and further education and personnel services. Companies will find the right space for their project in and around the Walsrode Industrial Park. Whether purchase or lease, GE, GI or SO, there are different implementation options on areas that are already B-plan-ready or already secured in the F-plan for industrial and commercial development.
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Wiesbaden
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InfraServ Wiesbaden manages the Kalle-Albert industrial park with 6000 employees on 96 ha. We provide full-range strategic consulting, innovation lab, startup integration, sustainable low carbon strategy. We offer supply of common energies and gases, digitalization technologies, data center, bio-based waste water treatment and more. We have ideal conditions for R&D and manufacturing with top traffic connections to water, rail, highway, air. We are placed in the midst of the Frankfurt Rhein-Main region with high life quality.
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Bergisch-Gladbach
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The Technologiepark Bergisch Gladbach (TBG) is a project by BEOS AG and provides companies with space for research, development and symbioses. Modern concepts for research work, flexible spaces for growth and the right neighbours for synergies are provided. The technology park is also home to the "Rheinisch-Bergische TechnologieZentrum" (RBTZ).
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Heidelberg
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Technologiepark Heidelberg GmbH offers their tenants laboratories, offices, a conference center, a kindergarten and a canteen on six sites with different technological focus areas. The "Neuenheimer Feld", or of the technologie park, focuses on Biotechnology, Life sciences, Cell biology and Pharmacy. The Czernyring location is dedicated to pharmaceutical biotechnology and large-scale production. The Bahnstadt campus strengthens Heidelberg’s position as a center for the knowledge-based economy. The UmweltPark (Environmental Park) focuses on environmental technology and environmental economics. Start-ups are specifically supported by the business incubator Pfaffengrund. The Business Development Center Organic Electronics (BDC OE).
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Halle (Saale)
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The Technologiepark Weinberg Campus is the innovation location for the life sciences and material sciences sector in Sachsen-Anhalt. Scince the foundation in 1993 around 220 start-ups started their business. The Weinberg Campus Innovation Hub is todays entrypoint for start-ups and young companies. On the campus TGZ Halle Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Halle GmbH (TGZ) and Bio-Zentrum Halle GmbH erect and operate state-of-the-art research facilities for biotechnology, biomedicine, medical technology, environmental and process engineering, nanotechnology and information and automation technology.
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Herzogenrath
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Technologie-Park Herzogenrath is one of the largest technology centres in Germany with a usable area of approx. 25,000 m². Currently there are approx. 80 different companies from the fields of information and communication technology, automotive, laser technology, new materials, measurement and control technology, as well as healthcare and life sciences located in the technology park. These include various start-ups.
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By operating start-up and technology centres, WITENO aims to promote innovative business start-ups and the transfer of technology and knowledge between companies and between science and industry. WITENO cooperates closely with regional universities, non-university research institutions and local companies and maintains a close regional and supra-regional network of partners.
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