Gersthofen Industrial Park at a glance

Facts, figures & history

Gersthofen Industrial Park can look back on a long and at times turbulent history. Over a period of more than hundred years now, the former chemicals plant has evolved into a state-of-the-art production and services location. A total of ten companies now have around 1,200 employees and around 100 trainees at the site.

The industrial park has 35 hectares of developed space, of which three hectares are currently still unoccupied. Capacity is therefore available for further companies to relocate to the park – a move which could be implemented very quickly.

History of the industrial park

1902

  • Launch of operations as subsidiary plant of "Farbwerke Hoechst AG (previously Meister Lucius & Brüning)"

1925

  • Merger with I.G. Farbenindustrie AG

1952 – 1974

  • Company designation as "Farbwerke Hoechst AG"

1974

  • Company name changed to "Hoechst AG, Gersthofen Plant"

1997

  • Takeover of plant by Clariant GmbH

2002

  • Spin-off of service units to IGS (100% subsidiary of Clariant GmbH) and foundation of industrial park

2006

  • Transfer of IGS as a 100% subsidiary to MVV Energiedienstleistungen GmbH, Mannheim

2009

  • Operations launched with RDF power plant

2013

  • IGS renamed as MVV Enamic IGS Gersthofen GmbH

2014

  • Foundation of grid company IGS Netze GmbH as a subsidiary of MVV Enamic IGS Gersthofen GmbH

2017

  • Company renamed as MVV Industriepark Gersthofen GmbH

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