Industrial Production

Calling all team managers, technical project managers, process experts, maintenance technicians, development engineers, quality managers, specialists in occupational safety and electrical engineers, over 106,500 of your colleagues are already working at some 736 manufacturers in Berlin and Brandenburg.

By "industrial production," we mean, among other things, the metal industry, the plastics and chemical industries as well as the food industry. The food industry, including the tobacco industry, is one of the most profitable industries and among the biggest employers in the capital region. The industry focuses on areas such as butchering/meat processing, bakery products, fruit and vegetable processing, dairy and mineral water as well as soft drinks and tobacco. Nationally and internationally known brands like Coca-Cola, Schultheiss, Kühne, Storck, Stollwerck, Fassbender & Rausch, Philip Morris or Bahlsen are headquartered in Berlin-Brandenburg and any one of them could be your potential employer.

The Berlin plastics and chemical industry is thriving in the fields of biotechnology, advanced composites, materials recycling of plastics and new polymeric and ceramic materials. The best-known companies working in this area are Berlin Chemie AG, GuK Technische Gummi & Kunststoffe GmbH (rubber and plastics) and ASCA GmbH Angewandte Sythesechemie Adlershof (applied synthetic chemistry) – and are also potential employers.

The metal industry in Berlin-Brandenburg is closely intertwined with the motor vehicle, mechanical and plant engineering industries as well as electrical industries, and is a major supplier to manufacturers in the automotive, aviation and railway sectors, which are strongly represented in the capital region. Technical universities such as the TU Berlin, the BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK) conduct research aimed at developing new materials. Universities and research institutions are major employers in this area, as are companies working in this sector – Siemens, Digosi Precious Metals & Recycling, Randstad Germany and Cochius Metals offer just a few examples of where you can go when searching for a position.

OUR TIP: Under the hashtag #BERLINPRODUZIERT there is currently an industrial campaign of the city of Berlin. The motto: digitally inspired. Inform yourself and get to know the participating companies!

Salary is based, as always, on experience and current pay rates at the respective companies. A project manager earns on average between 45,000 and 65,000 euros per year before taxes, while an industrial electrician earns 25,000–35,000 euros and a quality manager 35,000–50,000 euros per year. So get started on your job search now! It'll pay off in the end.

OUR TIP: With our company showcase, you can easily learn about Berlin companies offering exciting jobs in the field of industrial productions. Just click on a company logo, take a look at a short profile, and if you are interested, contact the company.

Berlin-based companies in Industrial Production

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Industry Overview