On the Road to Success.

An eventful company history

Facts & Figures

You would like to know more about Quehenberger and are interested in the facts and figures behind the logistics provider? Have a look at some interesting figures about our company! 

Turnover in EUR (2018) 464 million
Growth in Turnover 3 %
Employees 3,050
Locations 85
Countries  19
Vehicle Fleet 400
Handling and Warehouse Space in Sqm 430,000
Shipments FTL / LTL / Intermodal / Train / Retail (2018) 0.7 million
Shipments Transport Networks / Express / Air + Ocean (2018) 1.7 million

As of March 2019

History

2018

The total warehouse space exceeds 400,000 m2.

Expansion of the presence in Eastern Europe by the markets of Poland and Kazakhstan.

Foundation of Quehenberger Logistics Sweden.

Sale of shares in Q Logistics GmbH to ÖBB-Holding AG.

Takeover of the Alpin Spedition GmbH.

2017

The total warehouse space exceeds 300,000 m2.

Opening of eight new logistics locations. 

Joint venture with the ÖBB-Holding AG in the area of groupage Austria.

Foundation of Q Logistics GmbH.

2015

Foundation of Quehenberger Air + Ocean GmbH.

Renaming of X1 EXPRESS GmbH in Quehenberger Express GmbH.

2014

Takeover of the Günter Bauer Transportgesellschaft.

Takeover of the German Transalkim Internationale Speditions GmbH with locations in Germany, Romania, Hungary and the Netherlands.

2013

Acquisition of the Logwin locations Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia.

Takeover of X1 EXPRESS GmbH.

2012

Renaming of the AUGUSTIN Network (former LKW Augustin) locations to Quehenberger Logistics.

2010

Takeover of the Road + Rail Eastern Europe business unit and the Austria network of Logwin AG by Christian Fürstaller, Rodolphe Schoettel and Rudi Quehenberger.

Renaming of the company to Quehenberger Logistics.

2009

Takeover of LKW Augustin by Christian Fürstaller and Rodolphe Schoettel.

2008

Renaming of Quehenberger to Logwin.

2001

Takeover of the Welz group and thus expansion of the presence in Eastern and Southeastern Europe.

2000

Increased activities in Contract Logistics.

Sale of the Quehenberger Logistics Group to the Luxembourgian Thiel Logistik AG.

1999

Foundation of the locations in Romania and Ukraine.

1995

Foundation of the location in Belarus. 

1992

Foundation of the location in Hungary.

1983

Renaming of Lausenhammer to R. Quehenberger Spedition.

1965

Rudi Quehenberger's entry into Lausenhammer transport company in Salzburg.