We aim to be a quality leading logistics partner for all our costumers.

That’s us – Fahrner Overland

our vision

Our logistics solutions ensure the long-term success of our customers and our company. We work solution-oriented and independently. We encourage and challenge our employees and colleagues to exceed the requirements of our customers. Together with our customers and the market we prioritize our future direction. The success of our company is the sum of the efforts of our employees. We ensure an excellent quality standard through regular quality controls and reliable partnerships. There is a solution for every requirement – no challenge is too great for us.

Our corporate philosophy is based on 5 central values:


The cooperation with our customers, suppliers and our employees is respectful, cooperative and fair at all times.


We promote loyal partnerships through appreciation and open-minded interaction with one another.


We take responsibility for our actions, for our employees and for the environment!


Even in difficult times we are loyal to one another, secure jobs and strengthen the Austrian Economy.


You can rely on Fahrner Overland, we keep our word, our quality, appointment and price commitments.

We let ourselves be reviewed

We strive to be THE quality-leading logistics partner for our customers – with customised, secure solutions, optimised processes and an eye both for detail and for the big picture. This also means regularly analysing and scrutinising our own processes to identify potential for improvement. That is how we maintain our high quality standards and keep surpassing ourselves.

company history

Being a visionary Alois Fahrner originally founded a taxi business in Pinggau in 1932 which marked the very beginning of the Fahrner company in the Schulstraße location. In 1939 he took the next step by starting a transport company and the concession to transport goods is granted. During the Second World War the Fahrner company experienced difficult times. Alois was obliged to transport goods, even tried to hide and protect a truck from the Russians …