Deutz to add new Power Center location

By Mike Brezonick08 March 2021

Deutz Corp., the Norcross, Ga.-headquartered subsidiary of German power specialist Deutz AG, announced that it will be adding another Deutz Power Center location, this time in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, area. The new location will operate as Deutz Power Center Mid-America.

“We’ve had tremendous success with Deutz Power Center Midwest in North Kansas City, Mo.,” said Dominick A. “Nick” Vermet, vice president, Power Center Operations for Deutz Corp. “The midsection of the country has been a booming area for us, with an economy that’s spurring more construction and infrastructure projects.

“By adding this new Power Center location in DFW, we’ll be able to better support OEMs and end users in this large region by providing top-notch, expert service and parts delivery that keeps their equipment up and running.”

Ron Schmidt, service manager at Deutz Power Center Great Lakes, will be relocating to serve as the branch manager of Deutz Power Center Mid-America.

“We’ve been looking for just the right location so that we can officially open this new Deutz Power Center for business,” Schmidt said. “I’m excited to take what I’ve learned as the service manager in the Great Lakes region and put it to work for the OEMs and customers we’ll serve from Deutz Power Center Mid-America.

“I’ve experienced firsthand the difference that good aftermarket sales and support can make for businesses that depend on power equipment for their livelihoods, and that’s what we’ll provide from this new location. It’s all about enhancing our customers’ productivity and profitability.”

Like its other Power Center counterparts, the new Mid-America facility will have a fully stocked parts counter and provide regularly scheduled and emergency service of Deutz engines, either at the Power Center location or at the customer’s site via remotely located service technicians. Each remote technician is locally based in other cities, such as Houston and Midland-Odessa, allowing them to more quickly and efficiently manage customer needs in those areas without extensive travel time, Deutz said.

Deutz Power Center Mid-America will also provide dedicated application engineering and technical sales resources for OEMs that utilize Deutz products in their equipment. Power Center customers can also purchase new Deutz engines, as well as Deutz Xchange remanufactured engines.

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