This diploma deals with land-use conflicts by companies in goods-oriented economy (production industry, logistics and warehousing). The region called Upper Austria is referred to as no.1 industrial region. Due to the high presence of commercial and industrial companies in goods-oriented economy, this region is exposed to an extensive land-use and potential conflicts. A look at the past draws attention to different planning approaches and shows the high complexity of the topic. Although a peripheral location of companies made a substantial contribution to overcome negative emission, this approach, however, shows problems in three aspects, "social" (lost leisure time), "environmental" (land use) and "economical" (additional costs). From the present point of view it is clear that it does not help the regional planning. Companies and their location factors vary as much as their conflicts do. Usually conflicts do not only appear in high density residential areas with large industries but also in loosely built areas with smaller and average commercial companies. A differentiation should be made between existing conflicts and potentially future ones, which appear with resettlements. In view of these different circumstances, it has to be advised against universal solutions; case-by-case decisions are goal-oriented. The developed catalogue of measures gives an overview of possible solutions.