We’re miles ahead

Germany is world champion! For the third time in a row, it was ranked number one in the World Bank’s 2019 Logistics Performance Index of 160 countries. Brandenburg is a big part of this as Germany’s leading logistics region.

Gabelstapler in Lagerhalle
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It’s no wonder – goods, products and services are all guaranteed to reach their destinations fast thanks to the highly sophisticated transport network offered by the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg. Digital infrastructure likewise facilitates a smooth flow of goods.

Brandenburg offers

Gleise
3,300 km
of railway tracks
Schiff
1,300 km
of waterways
Autobahn
900 km
of motorways
Schild mit den Buchstaben G V Z
6
freight villages
Anker
11
inland ports
Flugzeug
1
international airport

The transport network at a glance

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Basis Karte Brandenburg
Verkehrsnetz Orte
Verkehrsnetz Autobahn
Verkehrsnetz Bundesstraßen
Verkehrsnetz Schiene
Verkehrsnetz Wasserstraßen
Verkehrsnetz Flughafen
Verkehrsnetz Häfen
Verkehrsnetz GVZ KV

We connect Europe

Brandenburg is a part of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) which aims to significantly reinforce the European Common Market. Via the three TEN-T corridors you can reach Oslo just as easily as Lisbon, Rotterdam or Athens.

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TEN-T-hintergrund
TEN-T-korridore-grau
TEN-T-cities-en
TEN-T-nord-ostsee-korridor
TEN-T-skandinavien-mittelmeer-korridor
TEN-T-atlantikkorridor
TEN-T-nordsee-mittelmeer-korridor
TEN-T-mittelmeer-korridor
TEN-T-rhein-donau-korridor
TEN-T-rhein-alpen-korridor
TEN-T-ostsee-adria-korridor
TEN-T-orient-oestliches-mittelmeeter-korridor
TEN-T-all

YOUR CONTACT

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Sylke Wilde
Sylke Wilde
Head of Department
Department of Transport, Mobility and Logistics
+49 331 - 730 61-331
+49 331 - 730 61-231

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Research study on qualified workforce in Berlin Brandenburg Logistics (only in German)

Companies can find well-trained and motivated employees in Berlin and Brandenburg. With an employment rate of 10.1%, the logistics industry is an especially important employer in the capital region. More than 200,000 people work in this field. Extensive service packages from the economic development agencies of the States of Berlin and Brandenburg support companies with recruitment and continuing training. 

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