Technology and Industry Park Cottbus (TIP)

The Technology and Industry Park Cottbus (TIP), Brandenburg’s largest contiguous industrial estate in prime location, awaits investors, entrepreneurs and start-ups. The TIP Cottbus is in the direct vicinity of the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg and only about 3 km (1.9 mi) north-west of the city centre. The location and size of the Technology and Industry Park Cottbus predestines it as a site for technology-oriented businesses. Yet also major industrial enterprises will find it an ideal location.

Area and Building Stock

Currently, about 1,100,000 m2 (11,840,301 sq°ft) empty industrial premises are available, of which about 800,000 m2 (8,611,128 sq°ft) are contiguous. With regards to building stock, about 250,000 m2 (2,690,978 sq°ft) are available for purchase. This is mainly industrial properties with existing buildings such as hangars, accommodation as well as technical and administrative buildings.

Investment Projects and Sector Clusters

Manufacturing and service-oriented businesses with a focus on innovation and large staff numbers have top priority for settlement. The focus is on businesses that operate in the key areas of the defined sector cluster of the State of Brandenburg and wish to expand or newly establish themselves. Companies from the fields of energy technology, metal industry, logistics and craft-based food production in particular have chosen Cottbus as their site and benefit from Brandenburg’s policy for the promotion of trade and industry. This results in a high growth potential for the region’s future.

The sector cluster in Brandenburg comprises the following industries:

  • Energy technology
  • Health management
  • ICT / Media / Creative industries
  • Optics
  • Transport / Mobility / Logistics
  • Food industry
  • Plastics / Chemical industry
  • Metal industry
Funded by the Federal Government and the Federal State of Brandenburg in the context of the joint task: “Verbesserung der regionalen Wirtschaftsstruktur” – GRW Infrastruktur for the improvement of the regional economic structure