Deutz Signs Engine Deal With Terex AWP Reconditioning

By pdamon04 October 2016

Deutz Corp., Norcross, Ga. said it will provide Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) Reconditioning Services with Deutz Xchange remanufactured engines for reconditioned Genie aerial equipment, including boom lifts, scissor lifts and telehandlers.

The Deutz Pendergrass, Ga. remanufacturing facility ramped up supply to Terex within two weeks of receiving the initial order. Existing Terex production logistics channels were leveraged to add the incremental demand from the company’s reconditioning operations.  Beyond engine supply, Deutz Xchange operations will provide a “plug-and-play” dressed engine including mounting components and ancillary system installed to minimize cycle time and manufacturing complexity for the Terex reconditioning facility.

Terex was impressed with the three-year transferrable warranty that we offer with our Deutz Xchange engines,” said Robert Mann, Deutz Corp. president and CEO. Mann also said the fact Deutz remanufactured engines can be serviced by any Deutz distributor was a critical factor.

“Terex AWP Reconditioning Services provides customers with a cost-effective alternative to purchasing new machines,” said Bob Bartley, Genie senior director of product support and reconditioning for Terex AWP. “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.

“Due to the rapid expansion of the reconditioning business, Terex needed to partner with a supplier that has a long, proven track record of supporting our operation’s growth.  The reconditioning business is highly dynamic due to the wide variety of Genie aerial equipment models available.”

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