American semiconductor and electronic components whiolesaler Avnet is building a new EUR 225 million facility near the town of Bernburg in the eastern German regional state of Saxony-Anhalt.
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Whether its supply chains or markets, companies in Germany are diversifying in response to the many disruptions of the past couple of years. The trend applies to practically all sectors in the German economy and is opening up business opportunities for new players. This video explores the ongoing changes.
US chemicals giant Dow is teaming up with British recycling company Mura Technology to build a massive new plastic recycling plant in the town of Böhlen in the eastern German regional state of Saxony.
The eastern German city of Cottbus near the Polish border has approved a proposal to construct a 21-megawatt-peak floating solar electricity production site. It will be the largest facility of its kind in the country.
Germany’s digital industry association predicts that expenditures in the country for IT security will rise from EUR 6.9 billion in 2021 to EUR 10.3 billion in 2025.
Spanish-German company Siemens has constructed a prototype wind turbine that could redefine the standards for wind electricity generation.
American medtech provider Intuitive Surgical is expanding in a major way in the southwestern German city of Freiburg. The company has broken ground on a 28,700-square-meter site that will be home to a new production, training and distribution center.
At the end of August, Canada and Germany concluded a major agreement that will see German companies importing Canadian-produced green hydrogen. Germany Trade & Invest Director Canada Daniel Lenkeit talks about what’s in the deal for both sides.
Germany is one of the world leaders in R&D, but the system functions somewhat differently than in other countries. Two advantages: a more practical approach and greater connections between universities, extra-academic institutes and the private sector. Watch our video!
Self-proclaimed “start-up foundry” Campus Founders and the ZFHM Future Fund Heilbronn are establishing a twelve-week incubator program for fledgling artificial intelligence companies in the southwestern German city.