Company Overview of MTU America Inc.
MTU America Inc. develops, manufactures, sells, and services engines, propulsion and drive systems, and distributed energy systems in North and Latin America. The company offers drive systems for land, marine, and rail applications, as well as plants for electric power generation. It also supplies spare parts and consumables for engines and systems; and engineered and remanufactured engines, systems, and service parts, as well as provides maintenance and service support. The company’s products are used in rail vehicles, construction equipment, commercial vessels, agricultural machines, military and governmental vessels, military vehicles, and yachts, as well as in industrial, mining, oil and...
13400 Outer Drive West
Detroit, MI 48239
Founded in 1978
Key Executives for MTU America Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Director of Business Development and Sales Administration
Director of Product Engineering and Sales Support
Vice President of Customer Assurance
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
MTU America Inc. Key Developments
MTU America Inc. Wins $2,577,200.00 Federal Contract
Jun 27 16
U.S. Special Operations Command has awarded a $2,577,200.00 federal contract on May 2 for "MTU America Courses of Instruction (COI)" to MTU America Inc.
City of San Francisco Selects MTU Series 2000 Engines from Rolls-Royce to Repower Auxiliary Water Supply System
Jun 23 15
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has chosen MTU to repower the San Francisco Fire Department’s 102-year-old Auxiliary Water Supply System (AWSS). Four Detroit Diesel Series 71 engines will be replaced by new MTU 12V 2000 C12 engines. Four MTU Series 2000 engines will power the AWSS emergency pump stations, which have a rated pumping capacity of 2,700 gallons per minute and are responsible for pumping water directly from San Francisco Bay specifically for fire protection. The MTU 12V 2000 C12 engines, which will be installed this fall, will replace four Detroit Diesel Series 71 engines, which were installed in 1972 to replace the system’s original steam engines. MTU acquired the Detroit Diesel 2-Cycle product line in 2006 and the legendary reliability of the Series 71 lives on in these newer, more powerful four-stroke engines from MTU. MTU distributor, Valley Power Systems Inc., will provide local support following the installation of the engines. Valley will provide the AWSS with turnkey power engineering services, regulatory compliance assistance, and training and technical support, in addition to complete systems integration.
MTU America Receives $6.87 Million Federal Contract
Mar 26 15
MTU America Inc. was awarded a $6,868,800 federal contract by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command for three shipsets of propulsion system hardware and two spare marine gears for the Israeli Navy Super Dvora fast patrol boats.
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