Hausbruch/Bostelbek industrial and commercial area 

Multinational companies south of the River Elbe

The Hausbruch/Bostelbek industrial and business area is an established centre of innovation. The Tempowerk technology park is home to more than 100 small and medium-sized technology companies, and large, renowned enterprises such as tesa, Mercedes-Benz, Holsten and Safran can be found in the immediate vicinity. In addition to such manufacturing companies, major logistics locations such as the Prologis logistics park are situated here. All of these stakeholders benefit from close proximity to the A7 motorway.

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Key figures

Total size of the location: 193 ha

Companies located here:  120

Gainfully employed individuals: 4,189

Total revenue of all companies: € 372,615,000 *

*excluding Mercedes-Benz 

Locational benefits of Hausbruch/Bostelbek

Extension of Prologis park 

The Prologis park in Hausbruch is designed for efficient logistics flows. Companies based here benefit from easy access to the A7 motorway, the Altenwerder port terminal, and Hamburg Airport. To complement the existing park, an additional logistics facility with approx. 10,000 m2 of warehouse space, 550 m2 of mezzanine space and 625 m2 of office space was created here on a surface area of 11,000 m2. Completed in 2022, the facility was developed according to the latest sustainability standards and even meets the Gold Standard requirements of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB).

Direct access to public transport

The Hausbruch/Bostelbek location provides excellent connectivity to public transport as well as Hamburg’s extensive cycle path network. Bus lines 141, 250 and 251 take you to the Altona long-distance railway station, the Finkenwerder ferry terminal and the Harburg S-Bahn station within 30 minutes. Moreover, Veloroute 10 allows for a pleasant and safe bicycle journey from the industrial area all the way to Hamburg’s city centre. The route leads you via the Harburg upriver port, the Elbe island of Wilhelmsburg and the HafenCity district.

Port infrastructure right on your doorstep

The Hausbruch industrial and business area is located in the immediate vicinity of the River Elbe. The HHLA container terminals of Burchardkai, Waltershof and Altenwerder are less than 15 km away from here, and the same goes for the Hamburg Airbus site in Finkenwerder. Local logistics and production companies enjoy easy access to inland waterway transport as well as to the port railway. From the Südkreuz junction, lorry traffic can be handled via the A7 (north-south direction) and A1 motorways (west-east direction).

Tempowerk Technology Park

The Tempowerk is the place where technology and progress have found a home. More than 100 companies from 40 technology-based sectors can be found here on an area of around 30,000 m2. The premises provide space for offices, laboratories and pilot plant centres with state-of-the-art equipment. Moreover, local stakeholders benefit from a wealth of collaboration and networking opportunities as the Tempowerk fosters the exchange of knowledge and experience through numerous events. These include e.g. after-work formats, expert talks and Technology Days. The premises further include a conference and meeting hotel with 24-hour self-check-in and catering in the restaurant.

Airbus Materials Management Centre

The Hausbruch Materials Management Centre (MWZ) is a highly specialised logistics centre operated by Airbus. Thanks to direct links to the A7 motorway and proximity to the large container terminals in the port of Hamburg, incoming goods can be handled with ease. Moreover, the Airbus plant in Finkenwerder can usually be reached within a 20-minute drive by car. First and foremost, the centre is in charge of incoming goods processing and the timely provision of logistics components for the final assembly lines of Airbus in Finkenwerder. The range of components comprises more than 35,000 items.

Locational benefits of Hausbruch/Bostelbek

Thematic maps of Hausbruch/Bostelbek

Infographic on traffic links in the Hausbruch/Bostelbek industrial and commercial area

Connectivity

The quarter of Hausbruch is located in the heart of Harburg, Hamburg’s southernmost district. To the west, Hausbruch borders on Neugraben-Fischbek, to the north and east it borders on Moorburg and Heimfeld, respectively. Hausbruch is well connected via the A7 federal motorway as well as the 73 federal road.

Infographic on standard land values in the Hausbruch/Bostelbek industrial and commercial area

Standard land values

The standard land value signifies the average value for a certain zone in a given municipal area. In the Hausbruch/Bostelbek commercial area, the standard land value amounts to approx. € 440 per square metre.

Infographic on hazardous operations in the Hausbruch/Bostelbek industrial and commercial area

Hazardous operations at the location

Among the many companies in Hamburg are some that handle large quantities of hazardous substances. This means that, in the event of an incident, safety risks to the neighbourhood cannot be ruled out entirely. Hausbruch/Bostelbek is home to less than five companies of this type.

Hausbruch/Bostelbek: selected company profiles

Safran Group

Safran S.A. is based in Paris, France. Via its German operations, Safran mainly supplies aircraft equipment and interiors to customers around the world, among them large accounts such as Airbus. The engineers working for Safran in Germany are involved in all of the company's development programmes, including projects e.g. in the area of 3D printing and next-generation connectivity solutions. Safran Nacelles has been based in Hamburg since 2014 and is in charge of assembling and supplying nacelles for the Airbus A320neo, which is powered by two LEAP-1A® engines from CFM International. Safran Engineering Services is also based in Hamburg and provides services to the aviation and land transport industries.

tesa 

The groundwork for the tesa SE works in Hamburg-Hausbruch was laid in 1971. Since then, the plant has been continuously expanded and is now, thanks to its state-of-the-art cleanroom facility and solvent-free production lines, one of the world’s most modern plants. In 2015, a new polymerisation facility was put into operation, giving the company more flexibility in the production of modern adhesives. Moreover, a new production hall and a new hazardous goods warehouse were built – alongside a combined heat and power (CHP) system that, in addition to generating electricity, recovers the waste heat by-product as thermal energy for heating and cooling. Today, a workforce of some 600 employees produces single- and double-sided adhesive tape as well as special products and system solutions for processing in high-performance industries, such as the automotive, electrical, paper, printing, construction supply, healthcare and pharmaceutical industries.

Carlsberg 

Continuing its 140-year history in Hamburg, the traditional Holsten brewery of Carlsberg Deutschland GmbH opened its new location in Hamburg-Hausbruch in 2019. With the new building, the company is adapting to the changing environment of the brewing industry: shorter distances, state-of-the-art facilities, optimised infrastructure and no restrictions regarding night work are but a few of the benefits of the new site. With the completion of the new brewing facility at Holsten Brauerei, Carlsberg Deutschland GmbH was able to enhance a number of different processes. While the Hausbruch site can be accessed and exited via the A7 motorway (exit 31), on-site logistics have also been improved, featuring e.g. terminals for self-check-in and check-out, waiting zones, as well as special areas for unloading empties and loading vehicles with various brewery products.

EL-Cell

EL-Cell GmbH provides electrochemical test equipment and services to scientists and other professionals involved in high-end battery research at the cutting edge of knowledge in this field. Combining engineering and electrochemical expertise, a unique environment for producing electrochemical test equipment of the highest quality has evolved here. EL-Cell develops and manufactures products for use in both academia and industry. While the primary focus is on lithium-ion batteries, the company also designs test cells for other energy storage technologies.

Mercedes-Benz 

Mercedes-Benz is a registered trademark for vehicles of the Mercedes-Benz Group. The name was created in 1926 after the merger of Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft with Benz & Cie. to form Daimler-Benz AG. In 2022 alone, 2.04 million new passenger cars of this brand were sold. The Hamburg plant has been part of the global Mercedes-Benz production network since 1978. Its portfolio ranges from axles and steering columns to exhaust technology components. In addition, the Hamburg plant is in charge of assembling integrated starter generators. Since 2019, it has also supplied the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen with electric axles for the production of the EQC and, since 2022, also for the EQE model.

Deutsche Post

As well as delivering letters and parcels in Germany, Deutsche Post specialises in dialogue marketing, the distribution of press products as well as integrated solutions for corporate communications. In Germany, Deutsche Post maintains a nationwide transport and delivery network. The Hamburg-Süd logistics centre at Georg-Heyken-Strasse 10 was opened in April 1996. The catchment area covers the postal code area 21, which includes Hamburg-Bergedorf, Hamburg-Harburg, as well as the towns of Lüneburg, Stade, Otterndorf, Büchen and Soltau. Some 250 people are employed here, plus 40 temporary staff at peak times before Christmas. Today, about 80 percent of all letters can be sorted by machine; the remaining 20 percent are made up of e.g. newspapers, magazines and thick letters and have to be sorted by hand.

Disclaimer

Note on area sizes: The industrial and commercial area referred to in the key figures indicates the gross area according to the maps displayed. These include different proportions of water areas, transport areas and green areas. Therefore, it is not possible to make a direct comparison between the individual locations presented on these pages, e.g. in terms of workforce per hectare.

Note on employment figures: Information on the local workforce is mostly provided by the German Federal Employment Agency. In some cases, figures are not broken down by individual company branches and locations, i.e. aggregate employment figures are provided instead. In such cases, the statistical business register does not include more detailed figures. Moreover, please note potential limitations of data collection e.g. in terms of minimum thresholds. As a result, the figures provided should be regarded as approximate figures that are intended to provide general guidance only.

Note on revenue figures: These figures are based on the tax returns of the companies as of 31 December 2020. In some cases, figures are not reported for each individual branch, but only for the relevant group of companies. These values are subsequently broken down on a case-by-case basis. Moreover, tax reports may be updated following a longer period of time. Therefore, the figures provided are intended to provide general guidance only.

Note on standard land values: The map provides information on standard land values for use in production/logistics. The relevant values were converted (i.e. standardised) to a plot size of 1,000 square metres or a value-related floor-area ratio of 1.0, respectively. Both the lowest and the highest standard land value in the building block are provided. The map aims to serve as a reference and is not suited for determining the actual value. At BORIS.HH you can view an interactive standard land value map of Hamburg. The website offers detailed information on standard land values in Hamburg and lets you convert the standard land value to account for individual property characteristics. All values displayed refer to the reference date of 1 January 2022.

Note on hazardous operations: Locations of establishments pursuant to §3 para. 5a of the German Federal Immission Control Act (BimSchG) in the jurisdiction of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Further metadata / publication / created on 30 September 2014.

Sources: Standard land values: Geoportal Hamburg / hazardous operations: Geoportal Hamburg / key figures: business register of the Northern Germany Statistical Office / definition of “undertaking”.

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