Linn GmbH, the subsidiary of a major Turkish manufacturer of freezers and cooling technology is founding in the western German metropolis Cologne.
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British IT service provide Comupacenter has opened a new German headquarters and an integration center in town of Kerpen in the west of the country.
The Leipzig-based FinTech company Q-lipay is helping immigrants in Europe and the U.S. pay bills and buy products and services for their loved ones worldwide – and it’s all done safely, cheaply, and in real time.
Chinese toolmaker ZCC Cutting Tools Europe opened a new testing and demonstration center in the western German city of Düsseldorf.
US technology and manufacturing company LORD Corporation is investing 14 million euros to expand operations at its facility in Hückelhoven in western Germany.
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.
Wittenberg will shortly become home to Europe’s first-ever gigafactory, a lithium battery installation facility with an annual production capacity of more than a gigawatt hour.
Leading international lithium-ion battery maker Farasis is opening up a major production facility for electric automobile batteries near Bitterfeld in the eastern German state of Saxony-Anhalt.
On a visit to the Japanese capital in May, Berlin’s mayor announced that Japanese company Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) would be investing more than a hundred million of euros in his city in the years to come.