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Bremen
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Bremen

The federal state of Bremen, with the cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven, has about 671,000 inhabitants; 557,000 of them are in Bremen alone. As a metropolis for northwest Germany, Bremen is the only German city to have an international airport only 10 minutes from the city center. Excellent connections to the port and motorways make Bremen an easily accessible logistics hub. Nowhere else are so many decision-makers, corporations and world brands concentrated in only 326 square kilometers.

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Cologne
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Cologne, logistics hub western germany

Cologne

Cologne, the fourth-largest city in Germany, is located in the most densely populated federal state, North Rhine-Westphalia. The region along the rivers Rhine and Ruhr is the largest conurbation nationwide and—with its 10 million inhabitants, about 1.08 million in Cologne itself—one of the 40 largest metropolises in the world.

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Dusseldorf
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Dusseldorf, sucessful logistics location in Germany

Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf, with almost 636.000 inhabitants, is the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, the most densely populated federal state. The metropolitan area along the rivers Rhine and Ruhr has 10 million inhabitants. Some 155 million people, 31 percent of the total population of the European Union, live within a 500-kilometer radius of Dusseldorf.

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Frankfurt
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Frankfurt main logistics spot Germany

Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main is a vital international financial center and a European traffic hub. It is an important industrial, service and exhibition location and is listed among the world cities under economic criteria. With a population of 730,000, Frankfurt am Main is the largest city in the state of Hesse and the fifth-largest city in Germany. In addition, the city is the center of the metropolitan area of ​​Frankfurt/Rhine-Main with about 5.5 million inhabitants.

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Hamburg
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Hamburg, port, logsitics hub Germany

Hamburg

Hamburg, a cosmopolitan and historic port city on the River Elbe near the North Sea, is a key cog in the economy of the 21st century. With a population of 1.86 million, Hamburg is the second-largest city in Germany.

Hamburg sits astride a series of transportation axes—shipping lanes, motorways, rail and air—that connect Scandinavia and Western, Eastern and Southern Europe. Aerospace is a major industry in the Hamburg region, employing some 40,000 people.

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Hanover
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Hanover, logistics center

Hanover

Set on the River Leine, Hanover is the capital of the German state of Lower Saxony. With a population of about 550,000 people, and within 100 miles of the vital North Sea ports of Bremen and Hamburg, Hanover is an important logistics hub for Germany.

Hanover has a diversified economy that is broadly representative of the German economy at large. It is home to operations for automakers and insurance companies.

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Munich
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Munich, econimical engine of Bavaria

Munich

Munich, the capital of Germany’s innovative and wealthy state of Bavaria, is one of the most important commercial centers in Europe, as well as Germany’s leading high-tech location. Munich is the third-largest city in Germany, with a population of approximately 1.54 million and about 6 million in the metropolitan area.

Greater Munich is a diverse, cosmopolitan metropolis where 28.3 percent of residents are foreign nationals. The Greater Munich region has a GDP of 156.3 billion euros.

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Rhine-Neckar
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market Rhine Neckar logsitics

Rhine-Neckar

The metropolitan region of Rhine-Neckar—at the intersection point of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate—is an economic powerhouse for Germany and Europe.

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Rhine-Ruhr
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Rhine-Ruhr, Megacity, logistics hot spot Germany west

Rhine-Ruhr

Rhine-Ruhr is a highly industrialized, densely populated region of Western Germany that includes the major cities of Bonn, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Dortmund and Essen. With a population of about 10 million, the region is one of the biggest metropolitan areas in Europe. Rhine-Ruhr also is one of the world’s 10 largest economic regions.

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Prologis in Germany

Prologis is one of the leading providers of industrial real estate in Germany. Our high-quality logistics distribution centers all over Germany—including Hamburg, Hanover, the Rhine-Ruhr and Rhine-Main areas, as well as Munich—connect our customers to the transportation routes and infrastructure that ensure efficient movement of goods throughout Germany and across the rest of Europe. Prologis also holds several plots of well-located land for development in Germany.

Facts About Prologis Germany

  • 25 Million Square Feet of Industrial Real Estate Space
  • 95 Logistics Real Estate Buildings
  • 45 Acres of Land
Data as of June 30, 2018 for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects.

Properties in Germany

Hanover logistics Germany

Hanover Airport DC2

Langenhagen, Germany

This 216,200 SF (20,100 SQM) warehouse was built with sustainable design features in 2011. It earned a German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB)...

DC1, Prologis Park Bergheim, Bergheim, Germany

Bergheim DC1

Bergheim, Germany

A 441,300 SF (41,000 SQM) logistics facility and administrative center with LED lighting and an efficient heating system serving as the European...

Prologis Park Cologen-Eifeltor, Cologne, Germany

Cologne-Eifeltor DC3

Cologne, Germany

Prologis Park Cologne-Eifeltor is one of the largest logics areas in Cologne. The logistics facility is situated next to the freeway exit ramp Cologne...