Deutz Corporation to Spotlight TCD Product Range and, Customized Engine Solutions at World of Concrete 2017

Wed January 04, 2017 - Southeast Edition
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Final preparations are under way for DEUTZ Corporation's exhibit at the upcoming World of Concrete show. This year's event is scheduled for Jan. 17-19, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nev.

“World of Concrete is always a great event for us, as it gives us the opportunity to present our engines to literally thousands of commercial concrete and masonry construction professionals from across the globe,” said Steve Corley, chief sales officer of DEUTZ Corporation. “Furthermore, attending World of Concrete allows us to spend some additional time with our valuable OEM partners.”

DEUTZ Corporation plans to spotlight many units from its tried-and-tested TCD product range at World of Concrete. The company also will display one of its factory-designed-and-assembled Power Pack configurations with the TCD 3.6 L4 engine. This configuration illustrates DEUTZ's creative, customized solutions, which are fully ready to run when customers receive them.

“We enjoy participating at World of Concrete each year because it gives us a chance to chat with our customers and determine how well our engines are performing,” said Robert Mann, DEUTZ Corporation president and CEO added. “It's also a prime opportunity to find out how well our service network is supporting our engines in the field.”

DEUTZ Corporation representatives will be at World of Concrete Booth N2637. For more information, visit www.deutzamericas.com.




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