The aCar from Evum Motors of Munich aims to meet the cargo and passenger transportation needs of rural populations in developing countries such as those in sub-Saharan Africa.
US technology and manufacturing company LORD Corporation is investing 14 million euros to expand operations at its facility in Hückelhoven in western Germany.
We asked the four industrial divisions of Germany Trade & Invest to name their most significant or interesting investment case studies over the past 10 years.
The 2019 German Online Commerce award for best customer service went to the music supply store Thomann, which sells everything from guitar strings to vocoder synthesizers to 2200-watt PA systems.
British software and IT provider and consultant Micro Focus has established a new, state-of-the-art computer center in Frankfurt.
The coveted award for Best German Game went to the creators of the mystery-adventure Game “Trüberbrook.”
The European Commission has tasked itself with making Europe one of the leading locations for quantum computing. With its competitive research facilities and vast network of industrial partners, Germany is playing a key role in achieving that goal.
The venerable Italian producer of chemical building materials Torggler Chimica has opened a branch in the town of Oberhaching near the Bavarian capital Munich.
Clue, the business Ida Tin co-founded with her partner Hans Raffauf, is the embodiment of Femtech: a global app to help women track and understand their menstrual cycles and share the data with their partners and families.
Munich start-up Lilium has carried out a successful initial test flight of a prototype for the world’s first all-electric, vertical-take-off-and-landing air taxi.