Josie Beven has extensive experience in office management and business administration and has joined the team at DEUTZ Australia’s head office. When she isn’t supporting her colleagues and customers, Josie may be found all at sea…
DEUTZ generators are helping scientists at the Antarctic Research Centre to uncover the stories buried in the ice and sea floor.
Wasantha Perera has spent most of his working life immersed in technology – a world he finds both interesting and challenging. When he isn’t investigating potential new products and helping customers with their technical queries, he’ll often be found in the kitchen…
A request from a dealer helping a government client to resolve the challenges of operating in remote locations sparked a new optional extra for DEUTZ’s Gensets. The DEUTZ-approved factory option is a solar-powered battery charger that is perfect for Australia’s remote but sunny landscape.
Businesses of all sizes and across a diverse range of industries have had to innovate and discover new levels of agility to create COVID-safe workplaces. DEUTZ Australia has been no exception in facing these challenges.
The Bennett family business is on the chopping block, just where founder Simon Bennett likes it. Wood Monster, which supplies woodchopping machinery and firewood, is a perfect fit for Simon’s skillset and family history. Based in the NSW Southern Tablelands, the family operation incorporates a strong passion for woodchopping and all things firewood.
DEUTZ is moving to the next level in customer service and care with the launch of a new total care program – S DEUTZ. The program uses the very latest digital technology platforms to monitor and track important engine data, streamline parts delivery and more quickly resolve customer issues and inquiries. Quite simply, S DEUTZ is a new way of doing business.
DEUTZ is helping to keep Tasmania’s historic West Coast Wilderness Railway on track with two generators at either end of the scenic route. Railway officials purchased two DEUTZ DPS33DB Gensets to ensure that its stations in Queenstown and Strahan are never without power.
DEUTZ engines are powering a new range of high-quality commercial grade chippers produced by New Zealand’s Hansa Products. The impressive units feature design, software and hardware improvements and are suited to commercial tree work.
Warwick Lorenz started Sydney-based Aussie Pumps from scratch 27 years ago and now exports globally. The business leads the way locally due to a simple philosophy inspired by the cartoon character Dilbert: “Why don’t we just ask customers what they want, and give it to them?”