The Turin City Centre occupies an old building at a prominent address in Turin's business district. The city is a major industrial hub, particularly known as the home of Italy's automotive industry and headquarters of key manufacturers such as Fiat, Lancia and Alfa Romeo. Turin also attracts leading companies from the aerospace sector, and has contributed to developing the International Space Station. Other brand name businesses based here include chocolate and coffee manufacturers. The city hosts major events like the International Book Fair at the Lingotto Building, once the world's largest car factory and redeveloped in 1989 as a conference, exhibition, retail and cultural complex. The Turin City Centre has good public transport links and is close to the main train station.