The region of the Soonwald-Nahe Nature Reserve has, over the past two years experienced a dramatic change in structure.
More comprehensive than other regions it has changed from an agricultural state, affected by inner and foreign military, to a modern service supplying an informational economy that has a good standing now in the heart of Europe and the 21st century. Even though the region is rural, it is still connected to all important arterial roads and traffic junctions. These benefits are now being used by several nationally and internationally successful companies. That is why they are settling here and staying here once they have established themselves.
The spectrum of branches is very wide spread. Reaching from chemical industry to international wine marketing on a grand scale. Other traditionally important economic branches are the health and spa systems - in particular in the three health spas – and the food and beverage industry as well as their technical providers.
The large amount of export oriented companies and the good mix of branches secure the region against cyclical fluctuations.