The sums are considerable and reflect again the dynamics of the site: around 370 million euros invested by site companies in the Höchst Industrial Park in 2014, The total invested amounts since 2000 now stands at around 6.3 billion euros. "Thanks to the considerable investments made by the site companies that go along with the continuous improvement of the competitiveness of the site infrastructure, the Höchst Industrial Park develops further than any chemical and pharmaceutical location in Germany, even in economically difficult times," said Jürgen Vormann, Chief Executive Officer Infraserv Höchst, during the Infraserv annual press conference. "TheHöchst Industrial Park increased its role in the long-range as a leading location for research and production for the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, also it’s an essential engine for the economic region Frankfurt / Rhine-Main ."
Infraserv Höchst Group: 1.1 billion euros in sales in 2014
At the site operator Infraserv Höchst, the revenues compared to last year developed positively. 924 million Euro at the Infraserv GmbH & Co Höchst KG respectively 1.1 billion Euro at the Infraserv Höchst Group corresponding to an increase of around ten percent. "In our core business, we were able to achieve significantly stronger growth in comparison with the market , so we have, despite difficult conditions, experienced a satisfactory development of our business", commented Jürgen Vormann the numbers. A key area of the work at Infraserv Höchst is the energy supply."Through the consistent use of the opportunities associated with the energy transition we could distinguish ourselves from the market trends and generate revenue growth.
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