Settling in the region
Many logistics and manufacturing companies have already recognised the advantages of the Berlin-Brandenburg region and have settled here. This is in addition to the large number of companies which have their traditional home in the region and have helped shape the face of logistics here for decades. Today, Berlin-Brandenburg's industry in the region includes established logistics service providers such as Fiege, Dachser, Transfracht, Schenker, Rhenus, Rieck, Kühne+Nagel, Ullrich Transport and the BEHALA. In addition, well-known CEP companies such as Go!, Hermes, GLS, UPS, DHL or TNT support the economy in its day to day work. With respect to shipping, the range of companies stretches from the chemical and pharmaceutical industry (Bayer Schering Pharma, Menarini, Beiersdorf, BASF) to mechanical engineering (Daimler, BMW, VW, Rolls-Royce). eCommerce also plays an important role in the region and is represented, for example, by eCom, Amazon or Zalando, all of which have effective supply structures in the region. The result of this mix for the region is a diverse eco-system which includes logistics services, increased opportunity and co-operation possibilities. We would be delighted to welcome you into our neighbourhood as a logistics provider in the near future.
The LNBB at an important trigger point of the European TEN-T networks
The Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) will strengthen Europe's international competitiveness by improving accessibility to regions and by harmonising border traffic. In this way, TEN-T makes an important contribution to the implementation of the European Single Market. A glance at the map says it all; Berlin-Brandenburg is one of the few regions in Europe where 3 of the corridors of the TEN-T network meet. It is our aim to activate this potential now and for the future together with and for both our members and political organisations such as the Joint State Planning Berlin-Brandenburg. We are particularly interested in the North-South corridor stretching from Scandinavia to the Adriatic Sea. Sustainable transport and logistics solutions in this area will strengthen Berlin-Brandenburg's position given its economic interdependency with the region.
The LNBB looks East: The Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus-Asia (TRACECA)
China's economic strength has set in motion many processes that have affected the land-locked corridor of China, Central Asia, the Caucasus and Eastern Europe. It has also had an effect on the traditional maritime connections via the ARA ports. In this corridor, known as the "New Silk Road", numerous infrastructure initiatives, rail and road, are currently being promoted. These will greatly increase the capacity and enhance the efficiency of this land corridor. A large flow of goods from Asia will necessarily cross the Berlin-Brandenburg region en route to Western Europe and in order to increase the participation of regional logistics operations in this trade flow, the LNBB - in addition to its activities in the North-South corridor - is focusing on marketing and co-operationing with projects in tandem with its Central Asian and Caucasian partners. Please contact us if you have any ideas or requirements.