John Deere and Company will join more than 2,400 companies at the 2014 ConExpo-Con/AGG Show, March 4-8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, where they are expected to display Final Tier IV/Stage IV off-highway diesel engines designed to deliver responsive performance, reliable uptime, and low operational costs.
John Deere currently offers three integrated emissions control system configurations for Final Tier IV/Stage IV (48 to 74 hp, 75 to 140 hp, and 140 and above hp). John Piasecki, director of marketing, sales and customer support for John Deere Power Systems, says about the diesel engines in a company release, "Staying true to our building block approach, we have adopted the best available technologies to meet Final Tier 4/Stage IV regulations while minimizing the impact on OEMs and end users. The Integrated Emissions Control system in its various configurations represents technology optimization that achieves emissions compliance, and delivers the power, performance, ease of operation, fluid efficiency, reliability, durability and economical operating cost customers expect from John Deere."
More than 125,000 attendees, ranging from contractors, to dealers and distributors, to service providers, engineers, producers, municipalities, and more, all are expected to participate in the five-day exposition that offers sessions emphasizing industry trends, management, and applied technology.
Various registration options are currently available for this year’s show on the registration page of the ConExpo-Con/AGG site. John Deere will be just one of many companies displaying construction products and services at this year’s show which is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of visitors.