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DEUTZ Australia unveils the company’s latest innovations at the most recent product launch

Mining, industrial, earth moving, construction, marine and agricultural industries were all represented at DEUTZ Australia’s 2024 product launch. The event, held at the company’s head office in Dandenong South, was an opportunity for salespeople, technicians, engineers, dealers and OEMs from across Australia to explore DEUTZ Australia’s newest and most innovative products. “It has been a…
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Chipping away at global success

In the 1970s, German-born Manfred Vogel developed a design for a new woodchipper – a piece of machinery that was effective but user-friendly and that would appeal to keen home gardeners. At the time, Manfred was living in New Zealand and working for a company as a mechanical engineer. When his employers showed no interest…
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DEUTZ and Penske Partnership Update

After many years of working together, Penske Australia & New Zealand and DEUTZ Australia & New Zealand are bringing their partnership to a mutual close. DEUTZ Australia has enjoyed a long and successful working relationship with Penske Australia & New Zealand and wishes the company well as it strengthens its focus on future technologies. “On…
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Powering the Great Barrier Reef

It’s the world’s largest coral reef system and is made up of 2,900 individual reefs that spread over 348,700km2. To get an idea of the scale of the Great Barrier Reef, it covers an area of a similar size as Italy, Germany or Japan. More than 1,500 species of fish call the Great Barrier Reef…
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Craig celebrates a decade of engineering excellence

When you were growing up, was being a CEO always part of your career plan? Of course – I wanted to grow up and become the Managing Director of DEUTZ Australia…just kidding! At high school in Melbourne’s southeast suburbs, I did work experience during school holidays with the local council doing landscaping and park management…
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Moving things along on the Murray

The mouth of the Murray River in South Australia is a busy and vital part of the state and keeping the river connected to the sea is a key part of maintaining the health of this South Australian waterway. If the mouth of the Murray River isn’t kept open via responsible dredging programs, the health…
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Packing a Whole Lot of Power

Creating DEUTZ Australia’s new TCD 7.8 Power Pack has been a labour of love for Wasantha Perera. It has taken time, patience, attention to detail and the support of the entire DEUTZ Australia team to bring his vision to life — but the end result has been worth all the challenges. DEUTZ factory-built Power Packs…
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Melbourne’s Marina Crane Specialists

Wakayama City in Japan sits in the shadow of its better-known northerly neighbour, Osaka, which is only an hour’s express train ride away. It boasts a number of landmarks and attractions that bring in visitors from across Japan, Asia and the rest of the world – Wakayama Castle and Historical Centre, the busy Kuroshio Market,…
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DEUTZ takes another step into the future with a focus on hydrogen engines.

“We want our engines to keep the world moving in the future, too. The construction sector is in the middle of a fundamental shift toward greater carbon neutrality. Transforming transportation is a huge task, but also a business opportunity for us. Through our Dual+ strategy launched at the start of the year, we aim to…
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From Diesel Generators to BESS – The Evolution of DEUTZ Power Solutions

“As DEUTZ moves rapidly towards zero emissions, we are developing the system to accommodate existing and future DEUTZ green technologies,”Ben Jenkinson, Australia Power Solutions Business Development Manager. Earlier this year, as Cyclone Gabrielle tore through parts of New Zealand triggering a national state of emergency, the North Island became desperate for generators to provide much-needed…
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