Deutz St. Louis Service Center Opens

By pdamon11 January 2017

Deutz Corp. has officially opened its second Deutz Service Center in the United States. This newest location is in Earth City, Mo., in the St. Louis metropolitan area, and joins Deutz Power Center Midwest, North Kansas City, Mo., to provide customer support of all Deutz product lines.

Deutz Service Centers provide regularly scheduled maintenance and emergency service of Deutz engines at their shop location or at the customer’s site via traveling service technicians and service trucks, said ,” said Ben Sanders, branch manager. Deutz Service Centers also sell genuine Deutz parts and fluids to customers, dealers and qualified OEM dealers with Deutz-powered equipment.

“Our Deutz Service Centers are designed to help all our customers be as efficient and productive as possible,” said Robert Mann, Deutz Corp. president and CEO. “We’re committed to providing the best engine solutions and support available in the industry today, and this additional Service Center is simply one more example of that commitment.”

The new St. Louis-area location will further solidify Deutz support across the Midwest, serving customers in Eastern Missouri, Illinois, and Northern Indiana. These service boundaries may change if Deutz opens additional Service Centers in the Midwest. A grand opening celebration at the new location is currently in the planning stages for Spring 2017.

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