SISU Buses Helsinki Finland

Sisu Auto

Oy Sisu Auto Ab
Type osakeyhtiö
Industry automotive
Predecessors Autoteollisuus-Bilindustri
and Autokoritehdas
Founded Helsinki, Finland (April 1, 1931)
Founders Karl Arthur Nordgrén
Emil Anton Winckelmann
Lars Wilhelm Åberg
Headquarters Raseborg, Finland
Key people Tor Nessling
Erik Gillberg
Timo Korhonen
Products on- and off-road trucks;
military trucks
Services heavy vehicle application engineering
Revenue
  • Increase€ 21 208 000 (2012)
  • € 18 851 000 (2011)
Net income
  • Increase€ 590 000 (2012)
  • € 418 000 (2011)
Owners Timo Korhonen
Employees
  • Increase52 (2012)
  • 14 (2011)[1]
Subsidiaries Sisu Auto Trucks Oy
Sisu Defence Oy
Sisu Engineering Oy
Website sisuauto.com/node/140

Sisu Auto is a Finnish truck company. Its name comes from the Finnish word sisu meaning guts, grit and determination.

Sisu Auto has a subsidiary company, “Sisu Defence”, producing high mobility tactical vehicles for military use.

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1934 Sisu S-322 postbus

1934 Sisu S-322 postbus

Dallape Sisu pieni SISU s-322D Dallape SISU S-322D Limousine

SISU s-322D Dallape Limousine – Taxi – Bus from 1933

Sisu_logohistoria

SISU Logo historia

1945 SISU truck8

1945 SISU truck

Sisu kulmala

Sisu kulmala Postbus

1947 Sarkisalon Linjan Sisut

1947 Sarkisalon Linjan Sisut

1948 Sarkisalon Linja 10

1948 Sisu Sarkisalon Linja 10

1948 Sisa imcdb.org

1948 Sisa imcdb.org

1948 Sisu huolto

1948 Sisu huolto

1948 Sisu

1948 Sisu

1948 Töysän Auto Sisu

1948 Töysän Auto Sisu

Sisu bus Joensuu-Nurmes

Sisu bus Joensuu-Nurmes

Sisu L-61

Sisu L-61

Sisu images Sisu MRM-32

Sisu MRM-32a SISU Ora

Sisu MRM-32

Sisu S-15 post bus

Sisu S-15 post bus

1950 SISU Ajokki

1950 SISU Ajokki

1950 Sisu

1950 Sisu

1952 sisu-sh-7-01

1952 sisu-sh-7-01

1954 Sisu Diesel

1954 Sisu Diesel

1957 Sisu 1951 and Volvo 1948 in year 1957

1957 Sisu 1951 and Volvo 1948 Raatalan talli

1976 SISU B-63+B

1976 SISU B-63+B

KONTIO-SISU

KONTIO-SISU © Max Chem Collection

Sisu Boxer

Sisu Boxer

Vanhoja sisuja

Vanhoja sisuja

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SETRA Ulm Germany

SETRA

Selbst Tragend-self supporting

Setra
Type Division
Industry Automotive
Predecessors Karl Kässbohrer Fahrzeugwerke GmbH
Products tourist bus, city buses, and intercity buses
Owners Daimler AG
Parent EvoBus GmbH
Website Setra website

Setra is a German bus division of EvoBus GmbH, itself a wholly owned subsidiary of the Daimler AG.

The name “Setra” comes from “selbsttragend” (self supporting). This refers to the integral nature of the construction of the vehicles back in the 1950s when competitor vehicles still featured a separate chassis and body (often manufactured by separate companies). It is also possible that, with an eye to export markets, the company was mindful that for non-German speakers, the name “Kässbohrer” is difficult to pronounce. Until 1995 the firm operated under the name Kässbohrer-Setra, but in that year economic difficulties enforced its sale to Daimler Benz (between 1998 and 2008 known, especially in the US, by the name of its holding company Daimler Chrysler). Since 1995, Setra has been a member of the Daimler Benz subsidiary, EvoBus GmbH.

The North American distribution for Setra by Daimler is set to be partnered and taken over by Motor Coach Industries on April 25, 2012 as Daimler restructures its North American bus operations in 2013.

1952 Kässbohrer-Panoramabus 1950er - Verkehrszentrum 1954 Setra S8 1960 Setra S9 1972 Setra S110H coach 1974 Setra S80 1981 Setra 215HD Hamburger ZOB- Autokraft-Bus Setra HH-XW-101 (Berlin Linien Bus) 9.4.2009 Setra Bus der Bundeswehr Setra Bus Mannheim 100 Setra Bus Mannheim 100a Setra Facelift Setra -Intercitybus Graz-Klagenfurt Setra LAND bus Setra Reisebus Weinheim 100 3617 Setra S 6 BW 1 Setra S7 Setra SG 221 Setra SG 321 UL Setra-Goldenclass

This is only a small number off Setra Buses.

Look further by Kässbohrer:

https://myntransportblog.com/2014/04/28/buses-bodybuilders-kassbohrer-setra-ulm-germany-part-i-till-1966/

https://myntransportblog.com/2014/04/29/buses-bodybuilders-kassbohrer-setra-ulm-germany-part-ii-from-1965/