Tag: engines

DEUTZ supplies Terex with Xchange engines  

The DEUTZ Corporation based in Georgia in the United States and Terex, the multinational manufacturer of powered access equipment, have concluded to expand their relationship to the field of reconditioning.

Under this new arrangement, DEUTZ AG’s American subsidiary will supply Terex with exchange engines for reconditioning its Genie aerial working platforms (AWP). DEUTZ sells its exchange engines under the brand name DEUTZ Xchange.

Rolls Royce To Supply MTU Engines for New Kato Crane

Rolls-Royce is to supply MTU-branded engines to crane producer Kato for the first time. The Japanese company’s SL-500Rf PREMIUM rough-terrain lifting crane, which weighs 50 tonnes, is to be powered by a 6-cylinder in-line Series 1000 engine delivering 254 kW of power. Equipped with an SCR unit, the MTU engine meets the new Japanese Heisei 26 emission level requirements which came into force in 2016. The MTU brand is part of Rolls-Royce Power Systems.

JCB India Rolled Out 100,000th JCB Engine

JCB India Ltd. sets a production landmark by rolling out its 100,000th JCB ecoMAX engine in its fifth year of production.


The company started manufacturing its own range of engines in India in 2011 and today, JCB ecoMAX engines are regarded as the most fuel efficient, reliable and productive engines available in the Indian market.

Yanmar Acquires Spanish company, Himoinsa

The Japanese company Yanmar has aquired the leading Spanish manufacturer, Himmoinsa. Active in over 100 countries, Himmoinsa is a multi-national company manufacturing diesel generator sets from 3KVA to 3.000KVA, gas generator sets from 8KW to 3.5MW and a wide range of lighting towers with a lighting capacity of up to 1.320.000 lumens. Yanmar’s relationship with Himmoinsa dates back to 2006, when it began supplying its diesel engines to be used in Himmoinsa generators.

Liebherr to invest over CHF 200 million at its Bulle plant

Over the next six years, the Liebherr Group is set to invest more than CHF 200 million (around 160 million euro) in its development and production site at Bulle in the Swiss canton of Fribourg. Significant capacity expansion in the fields of diesel engines and fuel injection systems will make further growth possible for the company Liebherr Machines Bulle SA.

Liebherr develops and produces diesel and gas engines, fuel injection systems, hydraulic components and splitter boxes in Bulle. These are employed partly in machines and equipment manufactured by the Liebherr Group, but are also increasingly in demand by customers outside the Group.

JCB UK Engine investment set to create hundreds of new jobs

JCB – the world’s third largest manufacturer of construction equipment – today announced plans for a new £31 million engine development project in the UK that will create around 350 jobs across its Midlands and Wales’ plants.

The programme is set to get underway after the company was awarded £4.5 million towards the cost from the Government’s Regional Growth Fund (RGF).

Design and re

search into the new engine project will take place at JCB Power Systems in Foston, Derbyshire, where the company’s world-beating JCB Dieselmax engine is manufactured.

New engines from Kohler

Kohler Engines, along with Italy-based Lombardini, a KOHLER Company, has unveiled two new Tier 4 Final emission-compliant, heavy-duty diesel engines for the industrial, constructions and agricultural markets. The Kohler 1.9 Liter KDI1903TCR and the 2.5 Liter KDI2504TCR engines offer optimized fuel consumption, limited emissions, and remarkable performance without the use of a diesel particulate filter (DPF).

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