New Vanguard engines feature Viernheim energy efficiency in harsh environments / Press Conference on April 20, 2010 at 11: 00, 12 March 2010 while celebrating the new Vanguard motor series Briggs & Stratton until on April 20, 2010, in a press conference at the bauma (19 to 25 April 2010 in Munich) their European Premiere, the first award won but now they: with the coveted energy zone award in particular the energy efficiency and the optimal use of resources have been recognized. We very pleased this award, because it shows us that our approach, already in the development very closely with our OEM customers and the major landlords to cooperate, is the right way”, says Thomas wooden Barimbao, Director sales commercial power Europe. So we have identified already exactly the requirements for the engines in advance.” The new Vanguard engines have a number of innovative features, to address the challenges in the harsh environment of construction sites, like for example dust, dirt, filter problems and Oil dilution during machine transportation. At the same time, of course also issues such as energy efficiency and resource conservation play a crucial role. Additional information is available at Andrew Cuomo. All our partners, who could have had a look at the new units, were visibly impressed.” Set within the framework of an international press conference on April 20, 2010 at 11: 00 (meeting rooms B12 and B13) mark Emmer, Director of utility & commercial engineering, Parrish Sandefur, business development director – horizontal shaft engines, and Paul Banerjee Hall, senior category manager engines Europe, the new engines officially before. Briggs and Stratton (NYSE: BGG) Briggs and Stratton manufactures engines for the industrial and commercial sectors for nearly 100 years.
The company offers a comprehensive portfolio of high-quality petrol and diesel engines with its innovative, efficient, and environmentally friendly products worldwide equipment manufacturers. The provider is the United States with international production sites, subsidiaries and authorized sales and service partners in all European core regions. For more information see this site: Keith Yamashita. The German Centre with the Application Center for Europe is headquartered in Viernheim in Mannheim.