Deutz, Genie in engine collaboration

06 October 2016

German engine manufacturer Deutz has signed an agreement with Genie for the supply of exchange engines.

Deutz’s US subsidiary will supply Genie – a subsidiary of Terex – with exchange engines for reconditioning its aerial working platforms (AWPs).

Deutz sells its exchange engines under the name Deutz Xchange.

Robert Mann, Deutz president and CEO, said, “Terex was impressed with the three-year transferrable warranty that we offer with our Deutz Xchange engines.

“Also our product quality and the fact Xchange engines can be serviced by any Deutz distributor were critical factors in selecting Deutz for the business.”

Meanwhile, Bob Bartley, Genie senior director of product support and reconditioning, added, “Terex AWP reconditioning services provides customers with a cost-effective alternative to purchasing new machines.

“The increasing popularity of reconditioned Genie aerial equipment is supported by a same-as-new warranty, short lead time and strong service network. Deutz Xchange engines mirror the fundamental qualities integral to these reconditioned units.”

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