Deutz Corporation Close to Naming Distributor for Argentina

Tue March 12, 2019 - National Edition
Deutz Corporation

Deutz Corporation announced that it is in discussions regarding a new authorized distributor for Argentina. The new distributor will work closely with the expansive Deutz dealer network, located all across the country to supply engines and parts, in order to support both locally produced, and imported Deutz engines.

Bob Mann, president and CEO of Deutz Corporation said, "With over a 130-year presence in the Argentinian market, we have a strong commitment to making sure all Deutz customers in Argentina receive access to Deutz Genuine Parts, engines and outstanding service support."

In addition to reaching an agreement with a new authorized distributor, Deutz Corporation will be adding new Deutz personnel that are to be dedicated to the Argentinian market. Based in Buenos Aires, the new team will be focused on sales, aftersales support, technical service and training.

Mann said, "Deutz engine customers will continue to get their parts from our authorized dealer network. Deutz engine parts will be available, and their highly trained service personnel will continue to keep Deutz engines up and running. We value the trust and business that customers in Argentina have given to us for the last several decades, and want to ensure they know that we are there for them when productivity is on the line."

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