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World speed record with FPT engine
A 16 litre diesel engine from FPT Industrial has helped set a diesel powerboat world speed record
Kobelco and Scania partnership
Scania will provide the engines for Kobelco’s new 300 tonne crawlers
Rolls-Royce MTU engines for new Demags
Demag AC 300-6 and AC 45 City cranes from Terex Cranes will be powered by engines from Rolls-Royce brand MTU
New diesel engine from Liebherr and Kamaz
A four-year project to develop a new six-cylinder in-line diesel engine range comes to fruition for Liebherr and Kamaz
New CEO at Hatz
MTU’s Bernd Krüper takes over at Bavarian-based engine manufacturer, replacing Michael Schweigert
Deutz looks to alternative fuels
Engine manufacturer’s “logical step” in approving engines range for operation with alternative fuels
Danfoss buys electric solutions firm
Finnish-based Visedo specialises in electric solutions for off-highway and marine markets
Rolls-Royce buys new engine tech
British engineering company to start producing engines with electrically-assisted charging
Stage V certification for Deutz
Engine manufacturer Deutz in Germany has received EU Stage V emission certification for its TTCD 6.1 engine
Deutz claims first Stage V
German Federal Motor Transport Authority formally certifies Deutz TTCD 6.1 engine for Stage V emissions
Deutz and Liebherr agreement
Global co-operation agreed between companies for diesel engines between 200 and 620kW
Going well for Deutz
German-based engine manufacturer feels positive about 2017 after strong first-half financial results
Engines: the next step up
With Stage V regulations on the horizon, engine manufacturers are preparing for the changes
Deutz acquires its Spanish dealer
Tallers Soler, based near Barcelona, has been a close partner of Deutz for over 40 years
Kubota expands in Latin America
The company has added 24 distributors in more than 20 different countries
Global emissions compliance to rise
Diesel engines meeting Tier 2 standards or less to be all but phased-out by 2023 in new non-road mobile machinery
Heavy duty hybrid Volvo powertrain
Improved fuel economy and lower carbon dioxide emissions of up to 30 percent could be achieved by Volvo Trucks’ new concept vehicle
Earthmoving: Levelling the playing field
Power, productivity, uptime – finding earthmoving equipment that maximises all three is never going to be an easy task. Mike Hayes reports
FPT Industrial’s research tie-up
CNH Industrial brand renews scientific partnership with Politecnico di Milano and Fondazione Politecnico di Milano
Engines: Ready to go
Engine manufacturers are well-prepared for the 2019 Stage V emissions regulations, unveiling a host of new engines that fit the bill. Katherine Weir investigates
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