Stuttgart is an industrial city situated at the south of Germany and the capital city of Baden - Württemberg with the population of about 3 million. The region is advantageous at automation industry in Germany as well as the whole Europe, owning a large number of innovative enterprises, such as Daimler, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Bosch and other world-renowned corporate headquarters. In addition, Stuttgart also has 1,500 small and medium enterprises.
Stuttgart and its surroundings are known for their high-tech companies, including Daimler (the famous Mercedes-Benz manufacturer), Porsche, Robert Bosch Co., Ltd. and International Business Machines Co., Ltd. Stuttgart is a perfect place to be chosen as headquarters for these world-ranking companies. In addition, 1,500 small and medium enterprises are good resources for domestic enterprises to set up offices and find technical cooperation in Germany. Stuttgart has the most advanced technical support and research team for your business.
Daimler AG, headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, is the world's largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles, the world's second largest luxury car manufacturer, the second largest truck manufacturer. The company includes four major business units such as Mercedes-Benz, Mercedes-Benz Light Commercial Vehicles, Daimler Trucks and Daimler Financial Services.
Robert Bosch GmbH is one of the industrial enterprises in Germany, engaged in automotive and intelligent transportation technology, industrial technology, consumer goods and energy and construction technology industries. In 1886, Mr. Robert Bosch, at his 25 years old, founded the company in Stuttgart as a "precision machinery and electrical engineering factory". Headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, Bosch employs more than 230,000 employees in more than 50 countries. Bosch is known for its innovative cutting-edge products and system solutions.