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Logistics and Mobility

Frankfurt is known as the centre of the German logistics and mobility industries. 

With one of Europe’s largest airports, Germany’s busiest train station and a well-developed motorway network, Frankfurt disposes over an ideal traffic and transport infrastructure, one that has expanded significantly over time.

Meanwhile, the positive development of the logistics and mobility industries based in the region has led many leading national and international research centres and training institutions to establish themselves in FrankfurtRheinMain. 

The region’s ever-growing infrastructure and the development of the logistics and mobility sectors have promoted the establishment of various important research and training institutes, such as the House of Logistics & Mobility (HOLM). This interdisciplinary research and vocational training centre collaborates closely with the universities of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region, local businesses, politics and the public sector. 

The efficient bundling of the knowledge, competence and special interest groups of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region makes the metropolis on the Main the perfect place to host trade shows and conferences for the logistics and mobility sectors. 

Discussions with decision-makers

Why Frankfurt is the Gateway to Europe

with Eric Menges, CEO of FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH


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Your contact for enquiries
Kirsten Bialonski, Frankfurt Convention Bureau, Tel: +49 (0) 69/24 74 55 - 506

Key Industries for Frankfurt Rhine-Main

Financial Services

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IT and Telecommunications

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Creative Industry