Poland’s largest multi-channel IT, electronics and telecommunications dealer, x-kom, is looking to get even bigger – by expanding into neighboring Germany.
Investors / FDI
British company Fulfilmentcrowd is establishing its first German subsidiary in the city of Bocholt in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Construction is underway. In September, ground was broken for Austrian lighting producer Eglo’s new industrial and logistics center in the eastern German city of Magdeburg.
The world’s largest start-up accelerator Plug and Play is planning to open a branch for supply chain and logistics in Hamburg. It’s the Silicon Valley company’s fifth location in Germany after Berlin, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Munich.
Denmark robotics company OnRobot has established its first German subsidiary in the town of Soest.
Japanese automation systems company RORZE has established a sales and service location in Dresden, the capital of the state of Saxony.
US company Lemonade is many things at once. A unicorn, an insurtech and an innovative new presence on the German insurance market.
Linn GmbH, the subsidiary of a major Turkish manufacturer of freezers and cooling technology is founding in the western German metropolis Cologne.
Canadian robotics company Kinova opened its first competence center in Germany.
Swiss firms set a new record in 2018, investing around €10 billion in German companies. That represented a whopping 50% increase over 2017, according to the German-Swiss Chamber of Commerce.