The historical city of Neustadt is located in Lower Bavaria in the Danube valley between Ingolstadt and Regensburg. The cityscape is characterised by old patrician houses, defence towers, the remaining part of the historical curtain wall that was built in the 12th century and the beautiful Gothic town hall, which gives Neustadt a medieval flair.
The Bad Gögging district, which is almost 2,000 years old and a former Roman spa, is now the only spa in Bavaria where all three natural deposits can be found locally: concentrated sulphur springs, a local moor and valuable mineral and thermal water. The university town of Ingolstadt is the 4th biggest city in Bavaria, and can be reached in just 30 minutes. It is the “home town” of Audi, whose biggest car factory here. It also offers a wide range of attractive places of interest such as interesting museums and historical buildings as well as nice bars, clubs and restaurants. For bargain hunters, Ingolstadt offers a huge shopping area with around 100 outlet shops, including a wide range of famous brands.
With about 2,200 employees, SMP is the biggest employer in the city of Neustadt. The plant was established in 1986 and produces painted bumpers, rocker panels, door panels and instrumental panels, and other interior parts for the automotive industry. Join our team and help us to shape world class vehicles with our products.
At SMP we design exterior and interior modules for some of the most popular car brands in the world. But we do more than create products. We create future. Become part of our team and help us to do this.