Headquarters Pullach

Pullach has been the company headquarters for more than 70 years. 

Initially, production, packaging, laboratory and administration were all located here. Pullach south of Munich is now the head office and place of work for more than 220 employees. It is not only the domicile for company management but also for numerous business units. In addition to development, drug regulatory affairs and the medical and scientific department, sales and marketing for Germany and abroad as well as for the business division HERMES PHARMA are also located in Pullach.

HERMES ARZNEIMITTEL GmbH
Georg-Kalb-Straße 5 - 8
82049 Pullach, Germany
Phone +49 (0)89 79102-0
Fax +49 (0)89 79102-280

Directions to Pullach

1. Arrival by plane

Take the rapid transit train ("S-Bahn") S8 (direction Geltendorf) or S1 (direction Ostbahnhof) to the station Donnersberger Brücke. Change here to the S7 (direction Wolfratshausen or Höllriegelskreuth). Get off at the station Grosshesselohe/Isartal. From here it is approx. a 5-minute walk to HERMES ARZNEIMITTEL GMBH.

The taxi fare from the Munich Airport to HERMES is approx. € 75.

2. Arrival from Munich city centre

By car: Follow Lindwurmstrasse, Plinganserstrasse, Wolfratshauser Strasse (see map). Alternatively by taxi to Georg-Kalb-Strasse 5-8, Pullach im Isartal, by S-Bahn (rapid transit train): S7 (direction Wolfratshausen or Höllriegelskreuth). Get off at Grosshesselohe/Isartal station. From here it is approx. a 5-minute walk to HERMES ARZNEIMITTEL GMBH.

3. Arrival by car from outside Munich

All motorways lead to the main ring road "Mittlerer Ring". Approaching on the A 8 motorway from Salzburg, at the motorway junction "Kreuz München-Süd" take the turn-off to "Garmisch-P./Lindau". Follow this to the end where you will reach the main ring road "Mittlerer Ring". Follow the "Mittlerer Ring" (main ring road) and, approaching from the east, enter the tunnel ("Brudermühltunnel") and take the exit from the right lane direction "Innsbruck B 11" (yellow sign). If you are on the "Mittlerer Ring" (main ring road) approaching from the west, the exit "Innsbruck B 11" (yellow sign) is from the left lane immediately after the fourth bridge underpass. You then stay on the road B 11 in the direction of Innsbruck. This road is called Plinganserstrasse and continues as Wolfratshauser Strasse; (see map for remainder of route).