The company originally began 15 years ago with 13 employees. Daimler Protics GmbH has been continually growing ever since, and now employs more than 500 specialists and has an annual turnover of around 50 million euros. Its core competence is product data management, in other words it processes huge quantities of data in the field of vehicles and also enables production processes to be visualized.
Other companies which have moved into the Science Park Saar – right next to Saarland University – this year include NEOCOSMO GmbH, one of Europe’s leading providers of e-learning solutions.
In its 154m2 offices, the company tackles the potential of a modern learning and working world 4.0. Their services include creating digital magazines and video portals.
The Australian engineering company miniFAB has also opted for office space in Saarbrücken’s corporate and entrepreneurial centre, where they take advantage of their close proximity to university research. They primarily deal with the customer-specific development and manufacture of microstructured products for industry and research.
Blue Filtration GmbH (an associated partner of CERAFILTEC, one of the world’s leading providers) – another member of the research and development sector – has also set up shop in the Science Park. Around half of the space they have leased is laboratory space, where the engineering firm develops engineering processes and in particular filtration processes for water and wastewater treatment.