Posted April 18, 2023

DEUTZ Corporation to Open New Power Center in Howell, Michigan

New Center will serve Michigan, Ohio and Northeast Kentucky.

DEUTZ Corporation has chosen a location for its newest DEUTZ Power Center. The new facility, DEUTZ Power Center Great Lakes East, is at 251 Mason Road, Suite A, Howell, Michigan. Located near the city of Lansing, this new Power Center will cover the states of Michigan, Ohio, and a few counties in Northeast Kentucky.

“DEUTZ Power Center Great Lakes East is in an expanding market, both for DEUTZ and some of our OEM customers,” said Will Hicks, general manager of DEUTZ Power Centers, Eastern Region. “We’re building an outstanding team at this new location. I’m confident they’ll provide a level of technical support that will help our customers keep their machines up and running for greater efficiency and productivity.”

Ryan Merry has joined DEUTZ as the branch manager for DEUTZ Power Center Great Lakes East. Merry brings an impressive 22 years of experience in the equipment rental industry to his new role with DEUTZ. With an extensive background in business management, Merry has a track record of building strong teams and exceptional customer relationships.

“At DEUTZ, we’re always looking for continuous improvement in all areas of our business,” said David Evans, president and CEO for DEUTZ Corporation. “We’re committed to providing the best engine solutions and service available in the industry today. Our goal with this new Power Center is to provide our customers, and in turn their customers, in this multi-state territory with even better, more convenient access to DEUTZ products, service and parts.”

Featuring a fully stocked parts counter, DEUTZ Power Center Great Lakes East will provide regularly scheduled and emergency service of DEUTZ engines, either at the Power Center location or by sending a mobile service technician to the customer’s site.

Like all DEUTZ Power Centers, the new Howell, Michigan location will also provide dedicated application engineering and technical sales resources to OEMs. These manufacturers can receive custom, value-added production and assembly services that result in the best possible DEUTZ solutions for their engine specification and configuration needs. DEUTZ Power Center customers can also purchase new DEUTZ engines, as well as DEUTZ Xchange remanufactured engines.

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