Director of sales and distribution for Asia Tommy Quan, discusses how Perkins latest generation of engines can help you sell more machines.
Perkins sales team in Asia, led by Tommy Quan, is ahead of the curve when it comes to understanding and responding to trends in the construction market.
“With rising fuel prices, new emission standards on the horizon and the complexity of transporting heavy engines to consider, more customers are searching for engines that are smaller, cleaner and built for the future,” said Tommy.
Perkins latest generation of engines meets all of those requirements. By drawing the maximum power from the smallest package, they can make a direct impact on your bottom line.
“For those running compact machines, our new Perkins® Syncro range of 1.7, 2.2, 2.8 and 3.6 litre engines delivers the right value and performance to support your business growth,” said Tommy. “For larger applications, our new 7 litre 1206, 9.3 litre 1706 and 18 litre 2806 all deliver the same or better performance than engines that were historically much larger and heavier.
“So across the range we have a fantastic line-up of engines delivering high power density, reduced operating costs and market-leading performance, all from a reduced package size.”
Another major priority for customers is meeting the challenge of changing emission standards, such as China Nonroad Stage IV. By partnering with Perkins, machine builders can navigate the changes with ease.
“As an engine supplier with decades of experience, we’ve been through many emissions changes around the world. Changes like China NR IV will be a big change for OEMs, but with the right planning and partnering with an experienced company like ours, it will be a smooth process,” said Tommy.
“All our engines are built with the future in mind. They have all the technologies required to meet the full range of standards from China NR IV, to the most highly regulated territories of the U.S. (U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final) and Europe (EU Stage V), so they’re ready to meet your needs both domestically and for the export market.”