The Strasbourg Les Halles Centre occupies two floors of a building in the centrally located Place des Halles complex, which it shares with leading accountancy and consulting companies. Strasbourg's main industries are agriculture, industrial manufacturing, the pharmaceutical and chemical sectors and, increasingly, IT. Major French corporations based here include the SNCF railway company. The city's geographical position close to Germany and Switzerland has helped form strong international links, attract many foreign companies and European institutions and make Strasbourg France's second city in terms of international events. La Maison du Commerce International de Strasbourg is France's world trade centre and Strasbourg is the country's third largest banking city. The centre has secure parking and excellent transport links, with high speed train services to Paris.