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ChemCologne is an association that sets out to develop the region's attractiveness and competitiveness for the chemical industry and to make it better known among domestic and foreign investors as a potential location for chemical production.
The list of companies supporting ChemCologne reads like a who's-who of the international chemical industry. They all take advantage of the excellent location in the heart of one of Europe's key economical regions. About 70,000 people work here in some 150 chemical companies of all sizes. Chemistry secures more than 300,000 jobs in the region. The combination of existing competence and potentials forms a network of partners, which ensures to shape and develop the region as the leading chemical location.
The ChemCologne areas offers a highly developed industrial infrastructure with efficiently integrated production, highly qualified personnel, renowned research institutes and promising perspectives for tomorrow's markets. The close proximity to other companies offers synergies and opportunities for cooperation. Investors will find all the amenities to suit their requirements.
ChemCologne is an organization with the objective to increase the awareness of German and foreign investors in respect of the region as an attractive chemical location. The combination of existing competence and potentials forms a network of partners, which ensures to shape and develop the region as the leading chemical location in Germany.
ChemCologne is supported by the chemical companies in the region, in cooperation with the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, the the employers' association Chemie Rheinland, the City of Cologne as well as the other towns and districts in the region, the chambers of commerce and industry, the Cologne regional government and theuniversities in the region as well as the Trade Union for Mining, Chemicals and Energy, and NRW.INVEST.