New Deutz Engines Magazine Now Available
The latest English-language version of 'DEUTZ LIVE', the quarterly magazine from DEUTZ AG, the world's oldest and one of the largest independent manufacturers of diesel and gas engines, contains articles showing how its products are used around the globe.
There are features on Austrian customer Kramer Allrad, manufacturers of excavators & telescopic loaders, and New Zealand's Bayline Group coach fleet, plus details of Peter Ocker who has chosen a DEUTZ engine to power his service truck in the Dakar Rally.
A lengthy article describes how DEUTZ has adapted its legendary 914 Series to meet the latest European emission laws that came into force in January.
There are stories on the importance of China's power generation industry, the start of DEUTZ diesel engine production under licence in China, and the company's involvement in the maintenance and operation of a power station in Sri Lanka.
Also featured is an article on the growing number of radio stations and internet service providers who are choosing emergency power units from DEUTZ for use in the event of the loss of mains electricity.
Established in 1864, DEUTZ now provides in excess of 195,000 units annually, with a turnover of 1.3 billion Euros (2005). Its product range extends from 4kW to 4,000kW, with engines suitable for a wide variety of markets and applications, including construction, materials handling, agricultural, groundcare, power generation & airport ground handling equipment, together with off highway mobile plant.
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