Doing business abroad
With more than 350 km of borders with Belgium and Germany, Limburg is a pre-eminent province for international trade. Fortunately, Limburg companies already know how to find partners on the other side of the border. There are also economic opportunities outside the border region. LIOF International Trade Development helps Limburg entrepreneurs identify, develop and capitalize on these opportunities.
The ITD program is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The funds are made available under the ongoing OPZuid 2014-2020 program.
In addition to its euregional location, Limburg has good accessibility, which makes doing business across the border even easier. The main cargo airports of Cologne, Liege and Brussels are just a stone's throw away. From the terminal in Venlo you have a direct connection to the railroad network to China and through this terminal foreign companies can reach our national seaport Rotterdam in no time.
But Limburg itself is also an important trading partner for companies across the border. Our Limburg top sectors of agro-food, industry and logistics are an essential link in this.
We put you in touch with the right organizations
Opportunities to showcase your business
We give you access to all relevant information
And we do this together with our partners!
Chamber of Commerce
You are looking for information on laws and regulations that apply to doing international business. A guide to key topics is indispensable. The Chamber of Commerce (CoC) offers such a guide. As a partner of the Chamber of Commerce we are pleased to offer you access to this information.
You want to do business in Germany, for example, and you are going to orient yourself. Then a clear overview of the most important facts & figures is very useful. The RVO offers such an overview. As a partner of the RVO we are pleased to offer you access to this information.
We have listed the country information of the eight major trading partners of Limburg.Country information
Trade promotion with Limburg
Discover the strength of Limburg
REACT-EU is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The funds are made available under the ongoing OPZuid 2014-2020 program.