[Ad] SETG like you have not seen it before


From the makers of the Lokomotion photo book:

SETG: Anspruchsvolle Logistik im europäischen Schienenverkehr

Since 2001, open-access rail freight operator Salzburger EisenbahnTransportLogistik GmbH (SETG) is active in Austria and Germany. Henk Zwoferink has created a unique picture book telling you the full story about the company, its history, its trains, and its rolling stock.

  • SETG: Anspruchsvolle Logistik im europäischen Schienenverkehr
  • All texts in German
  • Size: 23 x 16 cm
  • 160 pages full-color
  • EUR 24,95
  • It is also possible to order via bank transfer > Account nr. NL68 RABO 0144523787 – Uitgeverij Uquilair B.V. – be sure the mention ”SETG”.
  • The book will be delivered from the Netherlands, by Uquilair publishers – they will ship the books as soon as possible.


SETG was founded on 22.08.2001 as a joint-venture of theMittelweserbahn (45%), H. Kühne Trauhand (45%) and Gunther Pitterka (10%). Since 2010, Gunther Pitterka owns 100% of the companies’ shares. SETG focuses on wood and wood chip transports. In 2005 SETG started its first international services, taking wood from Denmark to various wood mills in Germany and Austria. In 2018 the company transported around 4.5 million tonnes of freight, all across Europe.

Tractive power

You may remember the ‘wood chip’ design Taurus locomotive from 2004-2006 (1116 912-5). Or one of the more recent designs, like the Beethoven or European Vectron. But during its first 20 years of operation, SETG had a very diverse fleet of tractive power including Last Mile-electrics, electric lease locomotives from Alpha Trains, SBB Cargo, Railpool, ELL and diesel locomotives such as the Siemens ER20, Vossloh G1700, and classic V100 Ost and West machines.

Be sure you have this unique book in your collection!