It is always interesting and inspiring to read stories about foreign investors who have made successful investments in Germany. Read our reports on the best cases.
In 1954, John Deere became the first American company to acquire a German one when it bought the tractor pioneer Heinrich Lanz in Mannheim, where 3,000 employees continue to build mid-size tractors for the global market.
Thai Union, the world’s largest producer of canned tuna, is building a new refining plant near Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Bremen is on the up. The federal state in northern Germany, home to 670,000 people, is undergoing a major transition. A host of construction projects, including some in Bremen’s historical centre, are visibly changing the face of the region, and this is proving to be a magnet for investors from abroad.