DEUTZ Corporation to Participate in The Rental Show (Booth 5163)

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Several DEUTZ Tier 4 models to be represented, along with a DEUTZ Xchange engine.

The rental industry is a very important part of our overall business, so The Rental Show allows us to show our continued support, and discuss some of our engine models with potential OEM partners.

DEUTZ Corporation will be exhibiting at The Rental Show, displaying an assortment of diesel engines at Booth 5163. The show, part of the American Rental Association’s annual convention, takes place this year from February 22 -24, 2016 at the Georgia World Congress Center, in Atlanta, GA.

“The rental industry is a very important part of our overall business, so The Rental Show allows us to show our continued support, and discuss some of our engine models with potential OEM partners,” said Steve Corley, Chief Sales Officer for DEUTZ Corporation. Corley went on to say, “Over the past several years, the dedicated partnerships we have with equipment rental companies have ensured that periodic maintenance and repairs are handled quickly, in an industry that rightly values fleet utilization.”

DEUTZ engines are recognized for their proven performance across a variety of applications. As a result, attendees to The Rental Show won’t have to look very far before they come across equipment powered by DEUTZ.

For example, the recent release by Terex Corporation of its 8,000-lb model GTH™-844 telehandler with the high-torque 74-hp DEUTZ TCD 3.6 L4 engine serves as a strong testimonial in regard to quality and torque output.

In addition, Skyjack launched its TH-range of telehandlers earlier this month, at World of Concrete. The Skyjack SJ1056 TH and SJ843 TH, both shown in Las Vegas, are powered by DEUTZ engines and cited as high performance telehandlers in the rental market.

DEUTZ engine models represented at Booth 5163 will include:

  • TCD 2.9 L4 (75 hp @ 2600 rpm)
  • TCD 3.6 L4 High Torque (74 hp @ 2300 rpm)
  • TCD 3.6 L4 Power Pack (122.4 hp @ 2300 rpm)

DEUTZ Corporation will also exhibit a DEUTZ Xchange D2011L04I engine model. All DEUTZ Xchange engines leave the facility in Penderrass, Georgia with a national three-year limited, fully transferrable warranty.

Robert Mann, President and CEO for DEUTZ Corporation noted, “All DEUTZ Xchange engines are assembled with one hundred percent genuine DEUTZ replacement parts, and undergo a stringent three hundred-point reconditioning process, which includes all of the latest engineering advancements. DEUTZ Xchange engines are ideal for rental companies and OEMs interested in upgrading their fleet of DEUTZ powered product.”

DEUTZ Corporation is a subsidiary of DEUTZ AG, a global leader in the production and support of diesel and natural gas engines.

DEUTZ AG announced the production of its nine millionth engine in 2015.

Headquartered in Norcross Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, DEUTZ Corporation supports the DEUTZ product range of 30 – 700 hp diesel and natural gas engines. The organization serves as a sales, service, parts, and application engineering center for the Americas, employing nearly 200 people.

In addition, DEUTZ Corporation operates a value-added production facility for some of its key OEM partners, as well as an engine remanufacturing facility in Pendergrass, Georgia.

To learn more about DEUTZ Corporation, as well as its complete line of diesel and natural gas engines, please visit http://www.deutzamericas.com.

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