The monastery of Indersdorf was founded in 1120 A.D. by count palatine Otto V. von Wittelsbach. For centuries, it used to be the economic centre of Indersdorf and the surrounding area. After the secularisation, the own establishments of the monastery passed over to private owners and have been and still are lead by able craftsmen and entrepreneurs.
The mechanisation in agriculture after the Second World War unleashed numerous skilled workers. They found work in the district town of Dachau and the big industrial firms in the north of Munich.
However, in Markt Indersdorf, too, jobs in industry, trade and commerce were created.
Gradually, a large number of domestic businesses settled down, enhanced their output and built up new ways of production. But also well-known companies from outside settled, creating many new jobs for the inhabitants of Markt Indersdorf.
The trade of the municipality is characterised by a sane mixture of different branches.
Innovation and tradition are the corner posts of the trade structure in Indersdorf.
Carft and service as well as technology firms have settled in Markt Indersdorf. The manifold offer of low priced industrial real estate and living-area within Munich´s commuter belt have always been and still are the basis for the settlement of new businesses and plant extensions. Fully available industrial areas provide the necessary preconditions. Data networks support information and communication and make sure data transfer under ideal conditions.
Well-trainded workers, the intact labour market of the region as well as the high living quality in our village guarantee the availability of sufficient workforce.
Markt Indersdorf also has a variety of different academic institutions: a comprehensive school, a grammar school and a college for social jobs. An adult education centre and a public library complete this offer.
Markt Indersdorf lies in the heart of the district of Dachau and on the northern axis of Greater Munich. It can be easily reached in just under twenty minutes via the motorway A8 (Munich – Stuttgart) in the West, via the motorway A9 (Munich – Nuremberg) in the East, via the motorway A92 (Munich – Landshut) and the A99 (Munich by-pass).
The connection to public means of transport is provided for through the suburban railway line A (hourly trains to Munich central station in 35 minutes) and busses.
Munich airport can be reached in 30 minutes via the motorway A92.
The area of our municipality comprises 42.8 square miles and the distance to central Munich is 22 miles. With nearly 10.000 inhabitants, Indersdorf is the third largest municipality in the district of Dachau and one of the main regions of settlement within Greater Munich.
Numerous hiking and cycling paths go through the region and its varied hilly landscape. Sports facilities, an indoor and an outdoor swimming pool, markets, fairs, a huge carnival procession and cosy beer gardens provide well-being and relaxation.
If you want to know more about Indersdorf, please come and see us at the face.
© 2004 by Christian Stürner