Setra buses on the road to success

04.
October 2019
Stuttgart
  • 29 Setra low-entry buses for four companies in Lower Saxony
  • Nine low-entry vehicles for Kurz Omnibusverkehr GmbH
  • Six low-entry buses for Schmetterling Reise- und Verkehrs-Logistik GmbH

Stuttgart. A total of 44 new Setra low-entry buses will strengthen the scheduled bus fleets of companies in Lower Saxony, Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria. The public transport system in the Diepholz district will shortly take delivery of 30 new Setra regular-service buses. Kurz Omnibusverkehr in the Tübingen/Reutlingen district will receive nine Setra buses and, in Bavaria, the Schmetterling company is expanding its fleet by six Setra vehicles.

30 new Setra buses for the Diepholz district

Stuttgart / Diepholz. Public transport passengers in the Diepholz district will in future be served by 30 new Setra regular-service buses. The 28 buses of the S 415 LE business model series, plus one S 418 LE business model and one S 419 UL, will be operated by the Lower Saxony transport corporations: Diepholz Süd GmbH & Co. KG, Rittmeyer GmbH, Borchers Reisen – Omnibusbetrieb & Autovermietung GmbH & Co. KG and Fritz Gaumann Omnibusbetrieb.

The low-entry buses are equipped with Wi-Fi access and high-definition TFT colour monitors displaying real-time information for passengers.

Setra LE buses for Tübingen and Reutlingen districts

Stuttgart / Pliezhausen. The Kurz Omnibusverkehr transport company is modernising its fleet with nine Setra MultiClass S 415 LE business model series vehicles.

The low-floor buses, each equipped with 45 seats, will be operated on public bus services in the districts of Tübingen and Reutlingen.

Besides the high vehicle quality, decisive factors for Kurz Omnibusverkehr GmbH were the good, long-standing business relationship with the Setra brand as well as Daimler's own dense Omniplus service network.

Schmetterling, a partner of the Setra brand since 1980

Stuttgart / Obertrubach. Schmetterling has extended and modernised its fleet by six Setra low-entry buses. The four S 415 LE business and two S 418 LE business models now reinforce the fleet which operates on regular-service bus routes in the districts of Fürth, Forchheim, Erlangen-Höchstadt and the boroughs of Lauf and Hersbruck.

Schmetterling Reisen currently has 166 vehicles in operation, including over 110 regular-service buses. The company has been a partner of the traditional bus brand from Ulm since 1980, when it purchased an S 150 from the Setra 100 model series.


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  • 19C0546_01
    From left to right: Eugen Hartmann and Melanie Wekenmann, Managing Directors of Kurz Omnibusverkehr GmbH, take over the new Setra low-floor buses from Jens Heinemann, Head of Private Customer Sales, Germany.
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    The Kurz Omnibusverkehr transport company is modernising its fleet with nine Setra MultiClass S 415 LE business model series vehicles. The low-floor buses, each eq uipped with 45 seats, will be operated on public bus services in the districts of Tübingen and Reutlingen.
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    The Kurz Omnibusverkehr transport company is modernising its fleet with nine Setra MultiClass S 415 LE business model series vehicles. The low-floor buses, each equipped with 45 seats, will be operated on public bus services in the districts of Tübingen and Reutlingen.
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    Obertrubach. The Franconian tour operator Schmetterling now uses efficient Setra low-entry vehicles.
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    Diepholz. A part of the MultiClass bus fleet was collected in Neu-Ulm by four bus companies from Lower Saxony.
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