Industrial Production in Berlin
Dear team managers, process experts, quality managers and colleagues, 110,000 colleagues already work in over 700 industrial companies based in Berlin. This sector has a wide range of professions. As well as individual specialisms.
The capital’s key industrial sectors include metal production and processing, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, as well as food manufacturing. The food industry – including tobacco – is the most profitable sub-sector with the largest workforce. Baked goods, dairy produce, mineral water and soft drinks are the main focus. Nationally and internationally renowned brands such as Coca-Cola, Schultheiss and Bahlsen have subsidiaries in Berlin-Brandenburg and are therefore all potential employers.
Plastics & Chemicals in Berlin
The Berlin plastics and chemical industry scores in the following areas:
- modern composite materials
- material recycling of plastics
- new polymer materials
- ceramic materials
Metal Industry in Berlin
The metal industry in Berlin-Brandenburg is closely linked with vehicle production, mechanical engineering and plant construction, as well as the electrical industry. This sub-sector is a major supplier for manufacturers in the automotive, aviation and rail industries, which are strongly represented in the capital region.
Research & Science in Industrial Production
In Berlin, research is also actively undertaken into the development of new materials – including at its technical universities, the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung (BAM) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK). In this industry, universities and research institutions are equally important employers as companies. These include Siemens, Digosi Edelmetalle & Recycling, Cochius Metallbau. Begin your job search now! It will be worth your while.
Studying Industrial Production
Berlin is considered to be Europe’s digital capital and is becoming one of its most modern and innovative industrial locations. The unique collaboration between pioneering research, energetic high-tech start-ups and Berlin’s industrial companies is not only setting new priorities, such as smart production and Industry 4.0, but also implementing mega-projects such as “Future pact – Siemensstadt 2.0”. It is not surprising that this is also attracting young people, in particular, to the capital. Mechanical engineering and production technology, as well as energy and resource efficiency, are just some of the industrial production courses offered by various colleges and universities, such as the leading institution, TU Berlin, for example.
Universities & colleges in the field of industrial production
- Mechanical Engineering & Construction at the HWR Berlin
- Industrial Electrical Engineering at the HWR Berlin
- Energy and resource efficiency at Beuth University
- Mechanical engineering at the Beuth Hochschule
- Packaging technology at the Beuth University
- Industrial engineering at the Beuth University
- Studying at the TU Berlin