In best shape

In Gendorf, you are part of a chemical park on a dynamic growth path. Over the last five years, the operating company InfraServ Gendorf alone invested more than EUR 100 million into site infrastructure and sustainability of the chemical park, for instance by building a new fire station or by expanding roads, railroad tracks, or canals.

Over the same period, the other companies at the site invested an additional EUR 250 million into expansions and upgrades of their facilities. In addition, several companies have also located research and development activities in Gendorf; for instance Dyneon (3M) and Clariant both operate their own research and development centers in Gendorf.

This environment makes a compelling case even for international chemical and technology companies. As a business with a world-wide footprint, the technology conglomerate Linde has been a Gendorf site company since 2005 with its Linde Gas business segment, and W.L. Gore has located in Gendorf in 2010 as the most recent site company.