Limburg has a number of strong sectors, namely high-tech systems, life sciences & health, agrifood, logistics, chemicals & materials and smart services. The main clusters of these sectors are housed in the Brightland campuses: Chemelot Campus, Maastricht Health Campus, Smart Services Campus en Campus Greenport Venlo o. The logistics sector, which has a highly developed profile in Limburg, is mainly concentrated at Greenport Venlo.
The main industrial zones for logistics (with numerous warehouses and DCs) are Fresh Park Venlo (the largest European food hub), Trade Port West and Trade Port North in Venlo, and Smakterheide and de Blakt in Venray. This multimodal region has road links to Eindhoven (A67), Nijmegen and Maastricht (A73), Mönchengladbach (A74 / BAB61) and Duisburg (BAB40) and excellent rail (Brabant route) and water links (river Maas). The largest inland rail terminal in the Netherlands is currently under construction at Trade Port North.
In 2019, the Venlo-Venray region was named as the premier logistics region for cross-border e-fulfilment. Other important logistic concentrations in Limburg are located in Holtum-North in Born (municipality of Sittard-Geleen) and Sint Joost (municipality of Echt). The Holtum-North business park is located adjacent to the A2 motorway and links to the entrance and exit of the A2 at Holtum-Noord. Completion of the latest expansion project has made the Barge Terminal Born one of the largest inland terminals in the Netherlands. Sint Joost business park in Echt is located right between the A73 and A2 motorways.