The MLP Business Park Berlin-Ludwigsfelde is located in the greater Berlin area (southern outskirts) approx. 11 km south of the city border of Berlin and 8 km east of Potsdam in the city of Ludwigsfelde. The city is located in the north of the district of Teltow-Fläming in Brandenburg. With over 27,000 inhabitants, Ludwigsfelde is a small to medium-sized town and is part of the wider Berlin agglomeration.
The city is characterized by technology-intensive industries, such as aerospace engineering, but is known primarily for its automobile production. During the times of the Berlin Wall, in addition to engines and ship engines, mainly commercial vehicles of the types “W50” and later “L60” were produced in Ludwigsfelde. After Germany’s reunification, companies such as Siemens, MTU Aero Engines Germany, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz settled in Ludwigsfelde. The latter produces models such as the Vaneo and the latest Sprinter generation here.