Ideal Logistical Location
Weinheim’s location has an outstanding traffic infrastructure. Federal highways, motorways, the railways and air traffic make any part of Germany and Europe quick and easy to reach within a short time from Weinheim:
- Frankfurt am Main international airport
- ICE/IC junctions Mannheim and Heidelberg
- Motorway junction Weinheim with direct connection to the motorways A 5, A 6, A 67 and A 659
- Mannheim airport
- Mannheim inland port (Rhine, Neckar)
- Regional tramway routes
- Regional and local bus routes
The business location of Weinheim benefits from its central location in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region www.google.de/maps/place/Weinheim
Weinheim lies in one of the largest metropolitan areas in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region.
The Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region with its major regional centers Mannheim, Heidelberg and Ludwigshafen is a powerful, innovative economic region. Leading national and international companies from the industry sectors of biotechnology, chemistry and pharmaceuticals, automotive and mechanical engineering, printing and the electronics industry, information and communications technology, as well as various service providers, can be found here.
Several major universities, a variety of technical colleges, international research organizations and Max-Planck Institutes are located in the region. More than 50,000 students in Heidelberg and Mannheim with various different research areas make the Rhine-Neckar region a stronghold of innovation. Cancer research, biotechnology and business sciences are just some of the key areas.
Thanks to this outstanding educational and research landscape, highly-qualified staff are available for businesses. Cooperations between the university and company research are high on the list of priorities.
The business location of Weinheim has a well-balanced mix of industry sectors. Automotive, sealing technology, printing, trade, manual skills, household products, hygiene articles, information technology, cosmetic articles, synthetics, food production and processing, printed circuit boards, logistics, aerospace technology, publishing and nonwovens are some of the local industry sectors.
In addition, Weinheim offers its citizens and its guests a special ambience in which to live and enjoy their leisure time – the ruins of Windeck Castle, Wachenburg Castle, the palace with the Palace Park and the Exotic Forest, the marketplace and the Tanners’ Quarter, as well as the fascinating landscape in the neighboring Forest of Odes as a hiking and recreational area.
Extensive sport and leisure facilities, as well as a broad hiking and cycle path network are available. These are complemented by various clubs and societies and a varied cultural program. Outstanding and multi-faceted gastronomical offerings underscore the high residential and recreational value of Weinheim.