Information about Celle where the headquarters are located
Celle, ducal seat founded in 1292, is considered the southern gateway to the Lüneburger Heide and its lively old town is enchanting.
More than 450 timber-framed houses built over five centuries, the impressive ducal castle built in 1292, the Bomann Museum, more than 100 years old, and the nearby 24-hour art museum, the city hall and the splendid town church (the oldest edifice of the city) as well as the famous State Stud Farm of Lower Saxony presenting the yearly Stallion Parades of Celle, and much more, dominate the townscape with its approx. 71,000 inhabitants. Approx. two million tourists per year discover the vibrant life in the streets and pedestrian areas as well as typical specialities of Celle.
Celle is part of the Metropolitan Region of Hanover-Brunswick-Göttingen in Germany and offers excellent transport connections to the trade fair city of Hanover, as well as to Hamburg and Bremen, etc.
Furthermore, powerful and future-oriented companies in numerous economic sectors have their headquarters in Celle. Expanding branches like the oil and gas supplier industry and the water technology, retail and craft are established here. Products from Celle are available worldwide.
France (without Eastern France)
France (Eastern area), Luxembourg
Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Monte Negro, Kosovo
Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Petersburg Area