Since 2014, all areas and buildings on the site have been let. Facility, industrial and service companies that operate nationally and internationally are based in the Fritz Klatte district and use the site for logistics, storage, service and production purposes as well as for modern office management.


The Fritz Klatte district provides numerous areas for medium-sized businesses. Our tenant LIVCHEM offers professional logistics services on the site. A modern hazardous goods store and the cold store are as much a part of this as picking, returns processing and packaging optimisation. Tenant SPECTRON installs fittings for a broad range of gases. Additionally, alarm and control systems for gas applications and purification systems to ensure gas purity are produced for the world market.


Whether highly specialised working tool or smooth postal delivery – bespoke service is king in the Fritz Klatte district. As such, company GARDEMANN hires out cranes or working platforms from here, so that work at the greatest heights can also be performed stably in the Rhine-Main region. Next door, Dutch company POSTCON operates is central sorting logistics for postal delivery in Rhine-Main, with a bespoke hall, enough post distribution machines and smooth delivery from lorry to Sprinter or moped.


Open, contemporary office concepts in which changing team compositions have a functional workplace are part of everyday working life in the Fritz Klatte district. American mechanical engineering company LAMBORDINI, for example, works with this organisational concept. Office work is done alternately in individual or group offices, in large or small meeting rooms. In the Fritz Klatte district there is, of course, no lack of storage space for small auxiliary devices.


Space has also been found on the site for the presentation of culture, in the former powder tower – the symbol of FKQ. In 2016, under the title “Alles nur Fassade?!” (everything only a façade?!), five photographers of international origin displayed their perspective of the delicate beauty of “abandoned” buildings. The around 500 visitors found out that over time such buildings not only give a superficial everyday patina but frequently also transform into picturesque photographs from singular motifs with their own composition and perspective, colour, and light and shade.