Eight cities and towns (Neuss, Grevenbroich, Dormagen, Meerbusch, Kaarst and Korschenbroich, as well as Jüchen and Rommerskirchen) form the Rhine-Neuss County. With a landmass of 576.52 square km and a citizenry of 450,000, the Rhine-Neuss County is one of the most populated counties in Germany. In terms of gross domestic product per capital, the Rhine-Neuss County has traditionally been the strongest county economically in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. A total of 28,000 companies, including several well-known multinationals, are based in the county.
Neuss-Düsseldorf Harbor, one of Europe's largest and most important inland ports, is a major hub for the supply of raw materials and for international logistics. As a business location, the Rhine-Neuss County has a well-balanced mix of industries, including chemical, energy, logistics, aluminum processing and food and beverage. Additionally, the county offers a high quality of life, as residents value and enjoy the landscape shaped by the Rhine River, the abundance of cultural, sports and leisure activities, and the proximity to the North Rhine-Westphalia capital city of Düsseldorf.
For further information, you can visit the counties website: www.rhein-kreis-neuss.de