German health and beauty company Beiersdorf has announced plans to build a new headquarters and research centre in Hamburg-Eimsbuttel, Germany.
Costing €230 million, the new facility will have a total area of about 100,000 sq m and nearly 3,000 “state-of-the art” workstations. The construction will begin this year and it is scheduled to be completed in 2021, according to company press release.
“With the construction of our new headquarters in Hamburg, Beiersdorf is sending a clear signal about its future growth”, said Stefan F Heidenreich, Beiersdorf CEO. “We have been very successful in recent years. We have significantly expanded our international business, developed outstanding innovations and put Beiersdorf on a stable and profitable growth path. This is the result of all our employees’ hard work”.
“Building a new headquarters shows the confidence we have in our business strengths”, he added. “With this major investment, we are also expressing our commitment to Hamburg and Germany as business locations. Beiersdorf and Hamburg are connected by their open-mindedness and internationality. It’s a good fit”.