In the immediate vicinity of Mannheim City Airport, PLUTA’s experts provide companies with support in the areas of restructuring, legal advice and insolvency administration at one of the most attractive business locations in Germany. Since the branch office was founded at the end of 2003, the future of such companies as KPS AG or Wieland Apparatebau GmbH has been secured.
Companies operating in a wide range of sectors are based in Mannheim, resulting in a huge diversity of industries. Mannheim’s most important industries are electrical and mechanical engineering, the chemical industry, the insurance sector, the food industry as well as the construction industry.
Mannheim is the cultural and economic centre of the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan area, where a disproportionately large number of companies that are listed on the stock exchange have their headquarters. Not only global players, but also SMEs have settled in Mannheim, which is why there are a variety of companies in this city, such as Alstom, Daimler AG/EvoBus GmbH, DIRINGER & SCHEIDEL Group, John Deere GmbH & Co. KG, MVV Energie AG, Rhein-Neckar-Verkehr GmbH, Roche Diagnostics Deutschland GmbH and Siemens.
The companies are more than happy with the Mannheim business location, which has a sustained and robust economic climate. According to the 2014 company survey conducted by the city of Mannheim, companies assess the customer proximity and the standard of living as being very positive and intend to continue investing in Mannheim in the future.
The region also has an excellent transport infrastructure including the orbital motorway and a total of seven motorway junctions around Mannheim/Ludwigshafen. Mannheim is the second largest rail hub in south-west Germany and also has one of the largest and most important inland ports in Europe as well as a commercial airport, which form the backbone of economic growth in the region and provide connections with other countries, above all in Europe.
Mannheim has one university, several universities of applied sciences and academies as well as various research centres and institutes, thus ensuring the availability of highly-qualified, young talent for the local and international market.
The ambition to make the best possible use of the regional advantages offered by the location and of the opportunities arising from international business relations confronts the business partners as well as the PLUTA restructuring experts, attorneys and insolvency administrators at the Mannheim branch office and the branchlet Offenburg with particularly exciting challenges. On the one hand, the long-standing ties with the region and, on the other hand, the cooperation with PLUTA’s other European branch offices ensure that our business partners are given valuable advice and support focused on results.