To celebrate its 75th year of innovation in on-highway, Detroit will showcase its proud legacy while promoting its latest product technology and engineering know-how at this year’s Brisbane Truck Show, from 16-19 May 2013.
This year’s stand (Hall 4 Stand 85) features Detroit’s unparalleled Heavy Duty Engine Platform, acclaimed for its reliability and fuel economy – as well as a next generation cutaway engine and an aftertreatment device, for an in-depth look at the brand’s future innovation.
According to Rob Sisk, President and CEO, MTU Detroit Diesel Australia, this stand will honour both the company’s proud history and its future.
“For the past 75 years Detroit has consistently met the demands of its customers and the industry by pioneering new products and technological advances. Our brand is built on the tenets of strength and commitment to quality and tradition, making the brand what it is today,” Rob Sisk said.
“This year, more than ever, we want our customers to be immersed in all things Detroit: from the purposeful design and attention to detail that we pride ourselves on, including the internal technology of the Heavy Duty Engine Platform, to the eye catching exteriors of our products,” Rob Sisk adds.
With our expert on-highway team, including international guests and experts from Daimler Trucks North America available on-stand, our customers can learn about the latest news and developments from Detroit, as well as the local engineering and service capabilities of MTU Detroit Diesel Australia.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network one-on-one with our experts on all things Detroit and speak to our special international guests from DTNA, including Richard Shearing (General Manager Components Sales), Terry Bistue (Manager International Product Support) and Pam Esshaki (Quality Coordinator Customer Support), at our Detroit Media Briefing.