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DEUTZ helps power bushfire recovery effort

Above image: Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park & Aquarium owners Sam and Dana Mitchell and their son Connor, 19 months. A remarkable team effort has seen a new animal hospital built on bushfire ravaged Kangaroo Island in a week. DEUTZ donated a generator to power the facility. Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park & Aquarium has helped up…
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Shanghai trip highlights China’s market potential

Above image: Max Torkar takes in the sights of Shanghai. DEUTZ Australia Managing Director Craig Chamberlin and Finance and General Manager Max Torkar were in Shanghai in late January to discuss DEUTZ’s plans in China, the world’s largest individual engine market. They met senior DEUTZ colleagues, learned about China’s potential and managed to return before…
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New life for old parts

Customers are saving money and helping the environment as the DEUTZ Xchange program takes off in Australia. DEUTZ Xchange offers a cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative when upgrading engines. We use professionally refurbished components remanufactured by DEUTZ AG, with all wearing parts replaced by genuine new DEUTZ parts. Customers can save up to 40 per…
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An end of year message from Craig Chamberlin

As another year draws to a close, it’s my pleasure to wish you, your team and your family a safe and happy Christmas and New Year on behalf of everyone at DEUTZ Australia. We hope that 2020 brings you good health and great success – at work and at home.

 We’ve had another busy and…
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DEUTZ AG strengthens its expertise in key battery technology

DEUTZ AG has strengthened its key battery technology expertise by purchasing Futavis GmbH, a battery management hardware and software development service provider. The move enables DEUTZ AG to incorporate batteries, a crucial core component, into its electrification strategy.  Futavis has extensive technical expertise in electronics, software, battery technology, battery testing and functional safety. This will…
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The sky’s the limit at Conplant

*Before Reading: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website article may contain images of deceased persons in photographs. Conplant and DEUTZ are a match made in heaven. Both are versatile, multi-talented, adventurous and passionate about the environment. Established in 1961, Conplant is Australia’s largest compaction specialist, with a 1000-unit hire…
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Industrial gensets are already making waves

Our new industrial gensets designed for Australian conditions are already making waves, just 12 months since their release. DEUTZ Australia worked on the concept for two years before launching the new range in early 2019. The reliable and versatile products are tailored to local needs and offer peace of mind for those needing power for…
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DEUTZ Xchange parts save costs and the environment

An environmentally friendly DEUTZ program is giving new life to old parts, providing time and cost savings to customers. DEUTZ Xchange offers an alternative to new parts by giving used parts a second life. The DEUTZ Xchange parts are remanufactured by DEUTZ AG, with all wearing parts replaced by genuine new DEUTZ parts. Those available…
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Australian first DEUTZ training sessions a hit with dealers

Knowing about the engines you work with and sell is a must and DEUTZ Australia understands this. So do our dealers, who have snapped up places in our new Melbourne training program. Dealer training is an important aspect of our service to our valued partners and these new sessions are an Australian first for us.…
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DEUTZ named one of Germany’s top innovators

DEUTZ AG has been named one of Germany’s TOP 100 innovators. The TOP 100 Project rigorously analyses how SMEs manage innovation. DEUTZ AG was recognised for its successful forward thinking and scored highly in the ‘Innovative Processes and Organisation’ category. The award was presented on 28 June by science journalist and competition mentor Ranga Yogeshwar…
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