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Industrial sites and buildings

Shovel-ready industrial sites and buildings  

Home to global manufacturers such as Johnson&Johnson, Hamilton, Biogen, IWC, Stryker, Trumpf, Dätwyler, Rieter, Zimmer Biomet and many more, Greater Zurich offers easy access to a large pool of highly qualified employees and 500+ million customers in Europe. Moderate taxes and incentives as well as an excellent transportation infrastructure are an additional draw.

If you're looking for industrial sites or buildings in the Greater Zurich Area, please check out our download section for featured greenfields or warehouse and manufacturing spaces. For additional sites and business parks click here. If you haven't found a suitable solution, we’ll be happy to connect you with the local economic development offices or real estate service providers. 

Access to talent

Access to talent

Are you looking for a location with a broad and diverse availability of highly qualified employees? According to international rankings, Switzerland and especially the Greater Zurich Area are the world's most attractive locations for talent.

Business-friendly environment

Business-friendly environment

Are you looking for a place where your business can grow and thrive? Switzerland is home to one of the most competitive economies in the world. Companies benefit from economic and political stability, European market access, a highly qualified workforce, pragmatic regulations, a competitive tax system and an excellent infrastructure.

Corporate and individual taxes

Corporate and individual taxes

Moderate tax rates for corporations and individuals and the smooth cooperation with tax authorities are a major advantage of Switzerland and especially the Greater Zurich Area. 

Access to customers

Access to customers

Switzerland is independent and yet a central component of the European Single Market. Choosing the Greater Zurich Area guarantees access to more than 500 million consumers in Europe. Switzerland also has free trade agreements with 40 partners outside the European Union, including China, Japan, the Republic of Korea and Canada.

Transportation infrastructure

Transportation infrastructure

With 5,200 kilometers of railways and 73,000 kilometers of roads, Switzerland has an extremely dense and efficient transportation network, allowing easy access to Germany, Italy, France and Austria. Additionally, Switzerland has three international airports (Zurich, Basel and Geneva), 11 regional airports, 49 airfields and 24 heliports. Zurich Airport is Switzerland’s largest international airport with more than 31 million passengers per year, 65 intercontinental flights and 141 European direct flights.

Meet with an expert

Let us connect you with the right person to learn more about how the Greater Zurich Area can support your business needs. 

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Read our success stories

Read the inspiring stories of businesses in our region and learn why they love being in the Greater Zurich Area. 

Rankings, facts and figures

#1 on Global Talent Competitiveness Index (2020)

27.8% fiscal quota (lowest in Europe)

Double taxation agreements (DTA) with approximately 120 countries

7.7% value-added tax rate (lowest in Europe)

#1 on Global Innovation Index (2020)

#2 quality of Living Ranking (2019)

Featured video

What makes Greater Zurich a hub for talent and technology? Watch the video to find out.

Contacts

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Lukas Sieber
Lukas Sieber
Executive Director USA
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Jillian Ochs
Jillian Ochs
Director USA
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Debora Berger
Debora Berger
U.S. Marketing Director