Same Deutz-Fahr and Deutz expand their collaboration

  • 29-Jul-2010 01:56 EDT

Deutz's newly developed TCD 3.6 L4 engine, designed for agricultural applications, is one of the engines the company will supply to Same Deutz-Fahr as part of their collaboration.

Deutz AG and the Same Deutz-Fahr Group have signed a memorandum of understanding to expand their collaboration in the market for agricultural machinery engines with capacities of less than 4 L. In 2013, Deutz will start to supply its newly developed TCD 2.9 L4 and TCD 3.6 L4 engines to Same Deutz-Fahr, which manufactures agricultural equipment. It is expected that Deutz will eventually supply the Group with more than 14,000 engines per year from 2014. The alliance with Same Deutz-Fahr has enabled Deutz to enter the market for agricultural machinery engines under 4 L.

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