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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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A woman of many talents

You might be familiar with Sweta, our friendly point of contact for customers at DEUTZ Australia’s Melbourne headquarters. But did you know Sweta is a numbers whiz with a Biomedical Engineering degree and an MBA in Finance? The Indian-born Administration and Accounts Officer, who joined DEUTZ Australia in September 2018, also volunteered with charities in…
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DEUTZ Australia expands into larger Melbourne premises

DEUTZ Australia is on the move with spacious new Melbourne premises that offer training facilities for dealers and OEMs. The exciting development follows recent growth in the business and the success of DEUTZ’s Drive and Genset programs. Staff relocated from Springvale to the modern Dandenong South facility in March and already feel connected to their…
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DEUTZ prepares the way for carbon-neutral mobility with hydrogen drive systems

DEUTZ AG and the Munich-based start-up KEYOU intend to build on their existing partnership and jointly develop commercially viable carbon-neutral hydrogen engines for off-road and on-road applications, and for power generation, and bring them to production readiness. As a leading global manufacturer of innovative drive systems, DEUTZ is seeking to play a pioneering role in…
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A new hydrogen engine is on the horizon

Another promising research topic at DEUTZ is the further development of the classic internal combustion engine for the use of hydrogen as a sustainable energy source. With the support of DEUTZ, the Munich-based start-up Keyou has developed a conversion kit that converts a conventional combustion engine so it can use alternative fuels – such as…
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No business blues for these talented brothers

James and Cameron Gray spent their childhoods working with motorbikes, boats and any other engine they could get their hands on. Years later in 2011, the twin brothers’ mechanical skills and experience in fields such as electronics and coal mining saw them start Recon Industries Australia in Newcastle. “We were really good at pulling stuff apart,” James…
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DEUTZ set to launch two new LPG gas engines

DEUTZ will be extending its product offering in the lower power output range both in regards to cubic capacity and the choice of fuels. It will successively release its latest-generation TCD engine program for biodiesel and bring two new LPG engines (DEUTZ G 2.2 and G 2.9) for use in material handling and compact construction…
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DEUTZ expands its diesel portfolio with a powerful four-cylinder engine

DEUTZ is set to expand its diesel portfolio with the introduction of the TCD 5.2 at this year’s Bauma expo, adding a powerful four-cylinder engine to its diesel portfolio. Bauma is the World’s leading construction machinery trade fair to be held on April 8 – 14. The TCD 5.2 engine with its corresponding cubic capacity…
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