The administrative district of Pfaffenhofen a.d. Ilm presents itself with diverse countryside in the centre of Bavaria, a large number of sights, a wide range of gastronomy, interesting leisure options and above all also as a strong, attractive business location! Approximately 125,000 (2016) inhabitants live here in a total of 19 municipalities.
Not only in the region, but also far beyond it, the name of the administrative district of Pfaffenhofen a.d.Ilm stands for exemplary quality. Products from the administrative district are delivered all over the world every day. The administrative district is the location of a large number of companies: They use the location's advantages: Proximity to the major cities of Augsburg, Ingolstadt, Munich, Nuremberg and Regensburg, the good infrastructure and the excellent transport connections.
The A 9 motorway (Munich-Nuremberg-Berlin) and the A 93 motorway (Munich-Regensburg) go through the administrative district of Pfaffenhofen a.d.Ilm. A good railway network runs through the administrative district of Pfaffenhofen a.d.Ilm. It’s only 25 minutes from the borders of the administrative district to Munich airport and the State capital of Munich with the inland port of Kelheim (Main-Danube canal) only 25 km away.
The company “Airbus Defence and Space” and several automobile and aircraft industry suppliers are located in the north of the administrative district. The southern part of the administrative district is primarily home to innovative, medium-sized companies, which focus on sustainability and “green technologies”. The baby food manufacturer Hipp also has its head office in Pfaffenhofen, through which there is an excellent blend of expanding industries and established global players. The administrative district of Pfaffenhofen therefore showcases itself as an extremely efficient and diversified economic region. A low unemployment rate and disproportionately high increases in inhabitants, companies and employees underline this dynamic development. Of course agriculture must also not be forgotten. The special crops of hops and asparagus represent another important factor for the economy.