The Berlin region links western and eastern Europe. It is the nexus of the major European routes that connect the largest single market in the western world.
The trans-European highways, railways, air routes and inland waterways intersect in the German capital region.
Regional and inner-city transit networks connect and provide access to the entire metropolitan area. Major transportation projects like the Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) or the Hauptbahnhof, Berlin’s main railway station, are serious investments into the future of the city's transportation infrastructure.
„Our Berlin-Adlershof site, near the site of the capital's future airport Berlin Brandenburg (BER), opens up tremendous opportunities. With a direct connection to the Autobahn and several S-Bahn lines, it is an outstandingly convenient location. Our close proximity to the Campus of the Humboldt-University also ensures a supply of part-time employees.“
Energy, utilities and waste disposal
The utilities providers in the capital region offer companies tailored services for their projects and products. These include high-quality, efficient services in the fields of utility supply, waste disposal and energy.
With the most comprehensive fiber-optic network in Europe, the most modern communications network in Germany and a high-performance broad-band network, the capital region has been at the vanguard of modern telecommunications infrastructure for years.
You will find an overview of providers and operators in Berlin on our telecommunications pages.