Stanadyne Partners With Liebherr to Provide Diesel Fuel Systems

The partnership will enable the companies to supply, distribute and service diesel fuel injection systems for on- and off-road engines

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Stanadyne, a global fuel and air management systems supplier, and Liebherr Components have formed a strategic partnership to supply, distribute and service diesel fuel injection systems for on- and off-road engines. Together, the team will deliver integrated fuel injection systems for domestic and global markets.

“Current market trends show that more and more established businesses are withdrawing from the diesel injection technology sector. On the customers’ end, however, interest in new and upcoming developments remains high. With this cooperation we are using our opportunity to enter the on-highway market as a new supplier,” explains Dr. John Pinson, President at Stanadyne LLC. “Besides the products, this cooperation also focuses on the service and distribution network. Stanadyne and Liebherr are both international players. By bundling these two networks, we are able to provide our customers with a personal contact on site, on every continent across the world,” Pinson concludes. 

Stanadyne’s technical expertise and experience in the development of high-pressure diesel common rail pumps, combined with Liebherr’s strength in high-reliability injector design and systems integration, creates a best-in-class system approach for the world’s most demanding applications. “Teaming up with Liebherr places us in a strong position to provide customers a fully-integrated diesel fuel delivery system, backed by a global sales, distribution and service network,” says Dr. John Pinson, president, Stanadyne LLC.

“This partnership enables us to expand our customer base and to offer innovative diesel engine fuel injection technology to the market.” With the withdrawal of some established suppliers from the diesel injection market, interest among industry OEMs that are continuing in the market remains high for new and future diesel technology. The partnership will focus on delivering state-of-the-art fuel injection systems to enable next generation diesel engines to be cleaner, more efficient and cost effective.

“This partnership draws on Liebherr’s strengths in terms of injectors and system integration. Furthermore, we rely on decades of experience in the development and construction of our own engines. Teaming with a market leader such as Stanadyne, perfectly complements our existing portfolio, especially for light commercial vehicles,” explains Stefanie Gerhardt, managing director, Common Rail Systems Business Unit, Liebherr.            

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