Deutz to unveil under-25 hp engines

21 January 2019

Deutz Corporation will exhibit its growing line of engines at World of Concrete this January 22-25 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

“World of Concrete is a very important show to us for many reasons,” said Steve Corley, chief sales officer for Deutz Corporation. “This show has a reputation for showcasing the very best concrete and masonry products and equipment to the many professionals who depend on them for their livelihoods, day in and day out. And, it presents us with the opportunity to demonstrate our newest engines to an international audience.”

This year, at World of Concrete booth N1837, Deutz plans to showcase its D1.2 engine, a new member of the company’s under-25-hp range. Initially available in the Americas, the D1.2 is designed to better meet growing number of customers who want to efficiently power machines like aerial platforms, welders, trenching equipment and mini skid-steer loaders, as well as equipment for lawn and garden and pump applications.

Deutz has entered into an MOU for the D1.2 with Kukje Machinery Co., with the mutual intent for both parties to sign a long-term agreement for this engine and another new model, the D1.7, in early 2019. Both will be Deutz-branded and fully supported by the Deutz service network.

Visitors to the DEUTZ booth will also see the company’s TCD 2.9, TD 3.6 Power Pack, TCD 16.0 and D2011 Xchange engines on display.

“The D1.2 is a simple, cost-effective, mechanical engine that meets the latest emissions regulations both here in North America and in the EU,” said Robert Mann, Deutz Corporation president and CEO. “Meanwhile, the other power solutions we’ll have on display further demonstrate the fact that Deutz continues to provide one of the broadest product lines in the industry.”

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