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DEUTZ Goes Digital: New Online Service Portal

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Press Release

DEUTZ launched a service portal for workshops, end customers and machine operators at www.deutz-serviceportal.com, giving its customers access to information and the easy ability to order genuine DEUTZ spare parts from its local service partners 24/7.
The portal's ability to access the documentation for more than 1.5 million DEUTZ engines, and therefore to be the most up to date with regards to technical developments, is touted as a benefit, as it can display a list of spare parts to match each engine number, for example.
But the service portal is more than just a web shop, designed to offer a wide range of functions and content relating to all aspects of DEUTZ engines.
Users can access information on spare parts, engine documentation and product information via a central login.

Oct 11, 2017

 

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