The German American Chamber of Commerce in Atlanta has set up a hot line for representatives of Georgia companies to call so that they may schedule meetings with a delegation of business officials from Atlanta’s Sister City of Nuremberg, who are to visit here June 1 and 2.

The chamber will arrange the meetings of representatives of Georgia companies that have an interest in either entering European markets from Nuremberg or expanding their business in Europe.

The delegation including Roland Fleck, Nuremberg’s deputy mayor for economic affairs, will meet with the representatives to provide an in-depth review of the city’s economic strengths.

The representatives also may learn of services Nuremberg provides for growing companies such as location data, arranging industrial sites and office space and assistance in matters of technology transfers.

 “Nuremberg is the European headquarters of Lucent Technologies and is famous for its trade shows,” Christian Tippelt, the chamber’s marketing director, told GlobalFax last week. He also said the city is well known for its quality of life, its infrastructure and the educational level of its workforce.

In June of last year, Nuremberg’s mayor, Ludwig Scholz, lead a delegation to Atlanta for the Sister City signing ceremony, which links the two cities’ commercial, cultural and educational activities through an organization that was started in the 1950s. That delegation included a variety of city officials, business representatives and journalists.

The number of the Nuremberg hotline is (404) 233-0341. Mr. Tippelt also may be reached by e-mail at