Deutz Puts New Power Center in West Palm Beach, Florida

April 16, 2020 - Deutz Corp. is putting its new Power Center in West Palm Beach, Florida.

"We're incredibly pleased to have a new Deutz Power Center in this busy area of South Florida," said Dominick A. "Nick" Vermet, general manager for Deutz Power Centers. "It's a great opportunity to better support our OEM partners, assist our dealers, and help Deutz users in Florida decrease downtime and increase productivity.” Vermet added that because Deutz power centers focus only on Deutz engines, they can give these customers the attention they deserve.

Even though the new power center is still being branded and configured, it is already providing parts and service support to customers in Florida.

The new location's manager, Roberto Nieto, brings a wealth of experience in South Florida's equipment sales and service industry. He and his bilingual team are looking forward to welcoming customers to the new facility soon.

"I know speak for myself and my staff when I say how excited we are to begin a new chapter of Deutz service in this area," Nieto said. "By opening this facility, we're further solidifying our commitment to our customers in Florida. They are extremely important to us, and our goal is to provide them with the best support and service that we possibly can."

Deutz Power Center Florida will have fully stocked parts counters and provide both scheduled and emergency service for Deutz engines, either at the power center, or at a customer's site via traveling service technicians.

Deutz Power Center Florida will also provide dedicated application engineering and technical sales resources for OEMs that use Deutz products. Manufacturers can receive custom, value-added production and assembly services that result in the best possible Deutz solutions for their engine specifications and configurations.

Power Center customers can purchase new Deutz engines or Deutz Xchange remanufactured units.

Deutz Corporation will soon select a location in northern Florida for a Deutz Power Center to serve that part of the state.