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 2013.
MTU America Inc. Key Developments
Tognum America Inc has Changed its Name to MTU America Inc
Jan 9 14
On January 09, 2014, Tognum America Inc changed its name to MTU America Inc.
Tognum America Inc. has Changed its Name to MTU America Inc
Jan 9 14
On January 09, 2014, Tognum America Inc. changed its name to MTU America Inc.
General Dynamics Land Systems Inc. Completes U.S. Army Combat Vehicle Design Review
Nov 8 13
General Dynamics Land Systems Inc. completed a successful Preliminary Design Review with the U.S. Army of its Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV) Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) design on Oct. 31, 2013. The four-day review was the culmination of many successful subsystem and component design reviews held from August through October 2013. During the review General Dynamics demonstrated that the baseline vehicle design is affordable, reliable and compliant to all Tier 1 requirements, which must be delivered in the vehicle's initial configurations, and on track to gain compliance to selected Tier 2 requirements. The review established that General Dynamics' baseline Ground Combat Vehicle IFV design has a reasonable expectation of being judged operationally effective and suitable. A team led by General Dynamics that includes Lockheed Martin, Raytheon Company and Tognum America Inc., was awarded a $439.7 million contract for the Technology Development (TD) phase of the Army's Ground Combat Vehicle Infantry Fighting Vehicle program in 2011. That contract was modified extending the period of performance six months into second quarter 2014. The overall goal of the Army program is to develop and produce an affordable and operationally effective Infantry Fighting Vehicle in eight years.
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