Deutz to open facility in Jacksonville, FL

09 June 2020

Deutz

Deutz Corp. will open a new facility in Jacksonville, FL that will feature fully stocked parts counters and provide regularly scheduled and emergency service of Deutz engines. The company’s Power Center North Florida will also provide dedicated application engineering and technical sales resources for OEMs that utilize Deutz products. Manufacturers can receive custom, value-added production and assembly services for their engine specification and configuration needs. Power Center customers can also purchase new Deutz engines, as well as Deutz Xchange remanufactured engines

“Florida is a booming market for heavy equipment sales and rentals, and it makes good sense for us to establish another new Deutz Power Center there,” said Dominick Vermet, general manager for Deutz Power Centers. “The new Jacksonville location will complement the West Palm Beach Power Center that we launched earlier this year, helping us continue to provide the top-notch, expert service and parts delivery that Deutz customers everywhere deserve and expect.”

While the new Deutz Power Center location is currently being branded and configured, customers in North Florida are already receiving Deutz parts and service support. The new location’s branch manager, Chuck Scott, comes to Deutz with nearly 40 years of experience in engine distribution, sales and service in the Jacksonville area.

“We’ve been working hard to recruit a quality support team and officially open this new Deutz Power Center for business,” Scott said. “I’ve been in this industry for many years, and I know the difference that good aftermarket sales and service can make for businesses that depend on power equipment for their livelihoods. I want all our OEMS and their customers in North Florida to rest assured that our new Power Center will continue the Deutz tradition of top-notch customer support, helping enhance their productivity and profitability.”

 

 

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