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As a European traffic hub, Lübeck offers ideal conditions for modern logistics companies. At this location, they profit a lot from the optimal traffic infrastructure – on land, sea and by rail. Multimodal and part of the metropolitan area of Hamburg, which is known as the logistical centre of Northern Europe.
Complex procurement, valuation and distribution processes are managed from Lübeck using the latest I&K and logistics technology – also thanks to agile networks, which turn intersection points into connection hubs.
The connection to Western and Eastern Europe via the A1 and A20 motorways as well as the land and sea connections to Scandinavia, the Baltic area and St. Petersburg creates ideal conditions for this branch.The businesses in Lübeck also benefit from the largest German Baltic port with around 80 departures to over 20 destinations every week, the connection to the European inland waterway network via the Elbe-Lübeck-Canal and the high efficiencies derived from the movement of goods and combined freight transport.
The numbers reflect this: More than 140 logistics comapnies with over 5,000 employees speak for themselves and, with rising trade, ensure a good economic climate in the Hanseatic City. This makes the logistics industry an essential pillar of the region of Lübeck. The construction of the Fehmarn-Belt fixed link will open up new opportunities to Lübeck's central position as an important Northern European logistics hub.
Strong network for a strong branch
The sustainable strengthening of businesses and the location in a national and international competitive market environment – those are the core goals of the branch network logRegio e.V.. Businesses, universities and the city come together to demonstrate combined support for the location and create added value through collective projects and events for its members and the region. More information can be found on the logRegio website.
Find more informations about logistics in Lübeck in the sector guide.