TRIWO Industrial Park Ludwigshafen

Giulinistraße 2 · 67065 Ludwigshafen


1823: Establishment as a factory to produce sulphuric acid made from Sicilian suplhur through the company Gebrüder Giulini GmbH

1893: Entrance into the market for aluminum

1960: Construction of production plant for the manufacture of plaster

1973: Entrance into the Pharmaindustry

1977: Acquisition through the Israel Chemical Limited

2018: Acquisition through the TRIWO Group

Current Use

Industrial Park with a chemical focus:

  • The largest integrated chemical facility in the world
  • Companies in the chemistry, fertilizer and aluminum industries

Location & Distances

Highway access:

A65 – 800 m

Train stations:

Suburban trains – 450 m
Ludwigshafen Central Station – 4,2 km


Karlsruhe – 103 km
Stuttgart – 145 km
Frankfurt am Main – 81 km

Surrounding cities:

Frankfurt a.M. – 96 km
Karlsruhe – 75 km
Mannheim – 5 km
Stuttgart – 145 km


Ca. 840.000 sqm total property area

From this area:

  • 69.000 sqm lays in the ownership of the Port of Baden-Württemberg
  • 11.000 sqm lays in the ownership of the MVV (main media supplier)
  • 110.000 sqm is a red mud landfill (Iron and heavy metal compounds and bauxite, a red raw material to produce aluminum)

Ca. 100.000 sqm gross floor area development potential

Year of construction

20th Century – today
Most buildings were built between 1930 – 1950

Technical Characteristics

Energy supply:

  • Central heating and power station with steam and electricity generators

Internet Connection:

  • Connection to Telekom


  • Video surveillance of building entryways and neuralgic points
  • Plant security
  • Fenced-in compound

Further Offers:

  • Caretaker services
  • Visitors Parking
  • Culinary establishment
  • Waste management

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