Deutz Italy. 2018 is worth 30 thousand engines

Deutz Italy. Roberto Brivio on October 2nd 2017, about Deutz acquisition of IML, said: «The acquisition of Iml Motori by Deutz demonstrates even more the long-term interest of Deutz towards the Italian market. Now that we are all part of the Deutz group, we will work even more integrated and with even more energy, making more and more use of Deutz’s technologies and capabilities». After Industrie meccaniche lombarde, which had its roots in Giorgio Keller, back in 1904 and after it became Iml in 1945, what happened to those premises, enunciated by the person that represents Deutz Italy, the CEO Roberto Brivio?

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We asked him directly and we did it in the frame of the Eima International 2018, with agriculture as the background, which has given great satisfaction to Deutz in Italy, from the volumes of the Argo group to the Carraro Ibrido.

What emerged from the interview with Brivio? We started from the integration with the parent company. The news that emerged concerned the extent of Deutz’s volumes in Italy and the consequent strengthening of the organizational structure of Deutz Italy. Not only has the top management been confirmed, without any interference from the parent company, but there is also the migration of key account functions to Lomagna.

30 thousand is worth the first place

2018 has meant about 30 thousand engines for Deutz Italy, which projects Italy to the top of Deutz trade balance. The Italian market is in fact the first export area of Deutz in terms of units sold and the second in terms of turnover after the United States.


Let’s have a deeper look to one year in the company of the TCDS9.0, Diesel of the year 2018. Starting from the interview to Frank Hiller, CEO of Deutz.


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