Lecture - DEUTZ drive powerfully - use diversity - control complexity

Wednesday, March 5 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Campbell Graduate Engineering Center, AT&T Auditorium 4 Research Drive, Greenville, SC 29607

Founded in 1864, DEUTZ is the world’s first engine manufacturer. The company honors its
impressive heritage by producing the most successful engine systems on the market.

Dr. Leube will cover a number of topics including a review of the DEUTZ portfolio and the wide range of applications for DEUTZ engines, modular design of an engine, application engineering - combining the right engine with an optimum connection of the engine in the device, and a new concept called “Porz 2014.”

ABOUT THE SPEAKER- Dr. Ing. Helmut Leube has been Chairman of the Management Board of DEUTZ AG since February 2008.

Before joining DEUTZ, Dr. Leube served as Chief Operating Officer of Webasto AG. His resume also includes 17 years at BMW where he served in a number of leading positions in production and development. Dr. Leube spent four years in the Upstate as Chairman of BMW Manufacturing Co. LLC in Spartanburg.

Dr. Leube holds a doctorate in mechanical engineering from RWTH Aachen University.

 

 

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