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  • September 2010

  • 28.09.2010 Federal state on the move

    Saxony-Anhalt starts Logistics.Initiative and wants to network the industry even closer. Outstanding infrastructure and pronounced promotional landscape are plus points.
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  • 28.09.2010 Outstanding infrastructure and much space for new things

    Saxony-Anhalt’s industrial areas score points with a high degree of infrastructure
    First commercial parks are already being expanded due to reception

    Situated in the heart of Europe and furnished with an outstandingly constructed infrastructure, Saxony-Anhalt offers excellent opportunities for economic growth. Not only the connection to the road, railways, air and water transport routes are available to the federal state for the development of existing potentials, but also a substantial available surface area. Flexibility in the spatial configuration, short processing times and numerous promotional programmes are further plus points which make a decision in favour of Saxony-Anhalt easy.
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  • 28.09.2010 Parts from Saxony-Anhalt fly along with Boeing and Airbus: Bitterfeld-based P-D Aircraft Interior GmbH produces for world market leader

    Aviation is back in Saxony-Anhalt. In the state that possessed one of the world centres of aviation in the 1920s with Dessau, this industry was in a sorry state for decades. This is over. Parts from Saxony-Anhalt now fly along with long-range and medium-range aircraft which are delivered by the world market leaders in the aircraft industry, Airbus and Boeing, says Tobias Lux, CEO of the P-D Aircraft Interior GmbH in Bitterfeld-Wolfen read more tweet Print
  • 28.09.2010 Stasskol in Staßfurt: Compressors are in full cry due to high technology from Staßfurt

    Research and development pay off. The Stasskol GmbH from Staßfurt obtained two patents this year and last year. With them, the company has protected new technical solutions with piston rod sealing gaskets. Both are world firsts, and will make compressors more reliable and work longer in the future. read more tweet Print
  • 28.09.2010 Plastics Engineering Degree Programme: Close Cooperation with Industry – Money lacking for Endowed Professorships

    A pre-start status prevails at the Merseburg University of Applied Sciences (FH) at the moment. The bachelor degree course in plastics engineering starts there on 1st October. “Up to now, 14 students have enrolled,” reports University Prorector Professor Dr. Jörg Kirbs. read more tweet Print
  • 28.09.2010 Korean Firm uses Proximity to East European Markets: Sandersdorf-Brehna expands Commercial Zone – Railway Siding to come

    For three years, Korean company Mobis Parts Europe has maintained its Germany regional office at Sandersdorf-Brehna in the Anhalt-Bitterfeld administrative district, directly on the A 9 Berlin-Munich motorway. The largest Korean company for the sale and export of car spare parts supplies central warehouses in several European countries from the commercial zone in the vicinity of the Schkeuditz motorway junction. All German Kia and Hyundai dealers are directly served from Brehna. The Brehna-based Mobis Parts branch office also supplies 14 countries for the automobile brand Kia and 15 countries for Hyundai. read more tweet Print
  • 28.09.2010 Dutch Investors in Saxony-Anhalt

    From 28th September to 1st October 2010, 25 Dutch enterprises, bank representatives and suppliers who would like to invest in greenhouse projects will visit Saxony-Anhalt. They will be welcomed at the Magdeburg Cultural History Museum by Jürgen Stadelmann, State Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture and Environment for the State of Saxony-Anhalt. read more tweet Print
  • 23.09.2010 Urban redevelopment – the chance for the future

    The consequences of decline in population and housing vacancy are also the decisive challenge for local politics in Magdeburg. The societal changes – especially in the new federal states – are unprecedented and require sustainable solutions. From the point of view of housing market development there are no alternatives to urban redevelopment. read more tweet Print
  • 23.09.2010 Magdeburg as university and research location

    Two universities – Otto-von-Guericke University and Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences – and 17 research institutions make Magdeburg a centre of research and development. This is the potential which emanates from the stimuli for the settlement and new foundation of research institutions and enterprises in the realm of innovative technologies. read more tweet Print
  • 06.09.2010 Q-Cells SE to focus on quality and innovation at PVSEC

    At the 25th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC) from September 6th – 9th, 2010, Q-Cells SE, one of the largest
    providers of photovoltaic solutions, will showcase its innovative portfolio along with a new process designed to increase quality in the field of photovoltaics. At the exhibition stand (L2/H1/B6), solar industry visitors will find not only a range of solar cells, modules and systems, but also be able to view a laser marking demonstration designed to give an insight into this innovation and its benefits. This technology enables each individual solar cell to be identified and assigned to the corresponding production step. “The laser marking of solar cells is an ideal way to ensure quality and optimize processes”, says Hans-Gerd Füchtenkort, CSO of Q-Cells SE. “This underlines our high quality standards as a premium provider in the solar photovoltaic market.”
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