Simple information from the local trade register regarding the name, business address and reported activity of a trader can be obtained online or applied for at the Senator for Economics, Labour and Europe - Trade Registration Office.
The Senator for Economics, Labour and Europe is the authority responsible for trade information pursuant to Section 14 (5) sentence 2 of the Trade, Commerce and Industry Regulation Act.
Simple information on the name, business address and the reported activity of the respective trade can be obtained online at https://gewerbeauskunft.bremen.de.
It is also possible to make a personal or written request to the Senator for Economics, Labour and Europe. For information on further data from the trade register, proof of a legal interest is required in accordance with § 14 of the Trade, Commerce and Industry Regulation Act (Gewerbeordnung), and registration is necessary in the case of online retrieval. Extended trade information can be provided on the following data:
- Commercial register entry
- Registration and deregistration date
- Names and private addresses of the management
- Former company address, former managing directors
Proof of a legal interest is only required in the case of an extended business information.
For an extended business information as e-information, registration is also required.
What documents do I need?
- For extended commercial reports
proof of legitimate interest (e.g. in the case of claims) and registration is required for e-information.