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Deutz Opens Sequence Center Near Factory


Diesel Engines, 100 to 250 hp

Parts on racks in a warehouse
Deutz has opened a Sequence Center near its factory in Pendergrass, Georgia.

Deutz has opened a new 160,000-square-foot Sequence Center in Pendergrass, Georgia.

The Sequence Center is located one mile from the company’s production facility in Pendergrass.

“With the new Sequence Center, Deutz is concentrating all operations activities in the Pendergrass area,” said Christian Vorspel-Rueter, EVP and CFO for Deutz. “Our goal is to pass the benefits of that enhanced efficiency onto our OEMs and their customers.”

The Deutz Sequence Center stores all of the parts and engines for Deutz value-add products and Xchange remanufactured engines in one central location. Each day, employees at the Sequence Center batch together all the parts needed by engine spec and send them over to the nearby production facility.

The Sequence Center also has its own production capabilities, building and shipping value-add kits and customized Deutz Power Packs to distributors, dealers, and OEMs.   

“By centralizing all logistics activities at the new Sequence Center site, we can now increase our output by utilizing additional floor space for more remanufacturing and assembly work,” said Bob Mann, president and CEO of Deutz. “That helps our OEMs and their customers as well, because we’re able to get them the Deutz products they need even faster than before.”

Source: Deutz

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