Focus: Schkeuditz Print E-mail

Schkeuditz, an ambitious medium-sized town at the heart of the Leipzig/Halle region, is situated at the interface of the main European traffic axis from Scandinavia to Southern Europe and from France/Benelux to Eastern Europe.

The intercontinental Leipzig/Halle airport at Schkeuditz boasts the European hub of the Deutsche Post subsidiary DHL. A motor of economic growth, it is developing into a leading international cargo airport.

In Schkeuditz traffic routes cross trimodally:
on the road, on the rails and in the air

  • The A9 Berlin-Munich autobahn
  • The A14 Dresden-Magdeburg-Hanover (via A2) autobahn
  • The B6 and B186 federal highways
  • ICE rail routes Berlin-Leipzig-Nuremberg-Munich and Frankfurt-Leipzig-Dresden
  • Numerous intercity links
  • S-Bahn urban railway link Halle-Leipzig
  • Leipzig/Halle intercontinental airport

The Schkeuditzer Kreuz (A9/A14) motorway junction is a trimodal development core for national and international logistics, offering ideal conditions for corporate arrivals from numerous branches, including logistics, the sub-contracting industry, electronics, IT and medical technology.