Deutsche Bahn

DB Systel in Frankfurt am Main

DB Systel GmbH has its headquarters in the Silver Tower in downtown Frankfurt. The Rhine-Main area is the second largest economic centre of Germany – in between vineyards, forests and recreation parks.

Frankfurt Silberturm

Frankfurt Adlerwerke

Some 2,400 employees work at DB Systel's Frankfurt headquarters in the Silver Tower (Jürgen-Ponto-Platz) and the Adlerwerke (Kleyerstraße, Weilburger Straße); see directions on the right side.

Both the management and parts of all of our operating divisions and cross-sectional divisions are located in Frankfurt. In Frankfurt you can train to become an IT specialist (f/m) for systems integration, for application development or for information systems management), or join a cooperative education programme in Business Informatics, Applied Computer Science or Digital Media.

Social commitment also plays an important role here. Since 2007, DB Systel has been sponsoring the Bürgermeister-Grimm school in Frankfurt by organising the annual "Social Day" and popular Christmas events. 

Headquarters in the Silver Tower (Jürgen Ponto-Platz)

The Silver Tower is one of the first high-rise office buildings in Frankfurt. Between 1978, the year of completion of the 166-meter tall building, and 1990 it was the highest German building until succeeded by the Frankfurt Messeturm.

After Deutsche Bahn AG signed a lease agreement in 2009, the tower was modernised until 2011 without changing its original character. After the renovation, the Silver Tower was certified as a sustainably built building ("Green Building").

The location between the central station and downtown Frankfurt offers countless culinary experiences and perfect opportunities for short shopping tours. The central station offers ideal conditions for commuters.


Silver Tower Impressions

Living in the Rhine-Main region

The Rhine-Main region is not only the second largest economic centre of Germany. Rhine-Main also stands for lush green landscapes with forests and vineyards, small and large cities, idyllic surroundings with half-timbered houses and romantic corners, cosy wine taverns and apple wine pubs.

You will find an exciting theatre, arts and culture scene as well as UNESCO world heritage sites. The great range of sports and leisure activities leaves nothing to be forgotten. Experience the culinary diversity of regional and international food.


The Rhine-Main region