Marcher Fleischwerke is a traditional, Austrian family business, which is now being led by the third generation. Originally founded in 1929 by Franz Marcher als Viehhandel, whose son Norbert developed the company in the second half of the 20th century. A century of success for one meat establishment. Together with his son Norbert, the current CEO, and Gernot and Herfried have built Austria's largest and most modern abattoirs and cutting plants.
In 2015, with the acquisition of Aibler and Blasko Convenience Companies, the group of companies their area and scope of operations to the production of ham, sausages and ready meals. At the end of 2017, the Landhof and Loidl operations were acquired and thus, the expansion of the sausage and ham product line was carried out. New products that were added due to this acquisition were salami and raw sausages along with meatless cold cut products.
Regional responsibility and the production of high-quality, sustainable products are essential parts of the Marcher corporate philosophy. This includes cooperation with pure Styrian quality meat programs, as "absolut steirisch" or "Styria beef." Therefore Marcher pays a quality program supplement for all program suitable animals.
In addition to the highest quality of meat, Marcher is characterized by modern production technologies, strict hygiene rules and respectful treatment of the slaughtered animals. Understanding customer needs and responding to them is the key to long-term partnerships and business relationships in Austria, Europe and in the world market.