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What kind of production units moved to a selected area?

Learn how to analyse the different types of production units that have moved to a specific area using our Moving Patterns tool.

To start, go to the Moving patterns page and use the map tool to select your desired area. Then, in the "More filters" section, choose the period during which production units have been relocated by selecting the "Last relocation" filter.

If necessary, refine your search by applying filters such as the number of full-time employees, sector, and other relevant criteria. 

To gain insight into the movement of production units, simply hover over the purple areas on the map. This will reveal the number of units that have relocated to the selected green area within the specified period. The map will also indicate any units that have moved from one address to another within the chosen area.
The graphs and tables will provide information on the origin of the companies (by zip code), the number of employees they have, the sector they belong to, and their current likelihood of moving.


You have the option to download each graph in PNG and XLSX format. However, please note that when downloading the PNG format, the interactive features of the graphs will not be included.


Benefits of Detailed Analysis

  • Market Insights: Understanding where companies are relocating from gives you valuable insights into shifts in the business landscape.

  • Sector Trends: Analyzing the sectors of relocating companies helps you identify burgeoning industries in your chosen area.

  • Employee Distribution: Knowledge of employee counts informs you about the potential impact of these relocations on the local workforce.

  • Future Predictions: By considering current moving probabilities, you can anticipate potential changes in the business environment.

Strategically Harnessing Insights

  1. Competitor Mapping: Studying where businesses are relocating from provides intelligence on your potential competitors.

  2. Industry Focus: Sector analysis informs your business decisions by revealing the most active sectors in your chosen area.

  3. Adaptive Strategies: The predictive aspect of moving probabilities empowers you to proactively adapt to potential changes in your business ecosystem.