Roland Berger

Roland Berger advises major international industry and service companies as well as public institutions. Their services cover the entire range of management consulting from strategic advice to successful implementation: new leadership and business models, innovative processes and services, M&A, private equity and restructuring, and management support on large infrastructure projects.

Roland Berger combines analyses with creative strategies that generate real and sustainable value for the client. The Company develops and consolidates its expertise in global Competence Centers that focus on specific industries and functional issues.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Berlin, DE
Founded
1967
Size (employees)
3,107 (est)
Roland Berger was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Berlin, DE

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Roland Berger has an office in Berlin
Berlin, DE (HQ)
3 Bertolt-Brecht-Platz

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1967

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FARNBOROUGH, England, July 15 (Reuters) - With UK factories working at full tilt to meet bumper demand for aeroplanes, aerospace executives have been quick to brush aside fears of any imminent threat from Britain's exit from the European Union.

Daimler Trucks to use 3D printing in spare parts production

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Daimler, the world's largest truck manufacturer, will use three-dimensional printing (3D) to produce spare parts, the latest example of how digital technologies are radically reshaping automotive manufacturing and its supply chain.

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