Location Stuttgart

We focus not only on electromobility and networking at this traditional automotive location, but also on the latest trends in all sectors. We forward development as a competent partner with diversified skills.

Contact

ALTEN GmbH / ALTEN SW GmbH
Breitwiesenstr.19
70565 Stuttgart
Tel.: +49 711 203791-0
contact@de.alten.com

Get directions

Arriving by public means of transport

Project Offices near to Stuttgart:

Böblingen
Herrenberger Straße 130
71034 Böblingen
Tel.: +49 7031 30 986-100

Heimsheim
Alemannenstr. 21
71296 Heimsheim

Living & working

Stuttgart is the second largest ALTEN GmbH/ALTEN SW GmbH location with more than 300 employees. There is a canteen directly in the building and a kitchen and lounge in the office. Furthermore there is a supermarket, a bakery and two fast food restaurants nearby.

In addition to the Stuttgart location, there are two project offices in the communities of  Böblingen and Heimsheim.

Infrastructure

It is just a three-minute walk to the train station Stuttgart-Vaihingen and the central bus station right next to it. In addition, the S-Bahn (city train) lines S1, S2 and S3 as well as the subway lines U1, U3 and U8 run there.

By car, it is not far to the motorways A81 towards Heilbronn/Würzburg or Singen and A8 towards Karlsruhe or Munich. The nearby B27 also goes to Heilbronn and south to Tübingen/Balingen. There are several visitor parking spaces available for applicants in the underground garage on site. Otherwise, you can park in the surrounding side streets.

Interesting facts & free time

Since automobile manufacturers Daimler and Porsche are at home in Stuttgart, the entire region is also characterized by many supplier companies from the automotive and mechanical engineering industries. The Baden-Wurttemberg capital is one of the economically most important cities in Germany.

Characteristic of Stuttgart are the vineyards in the surrounding area and the many hills in the city with its numerous Stäffele (staircase systems). These staircases date from the time of viticulture before the slopes were incorporated into the cityscape.