Mustang Dynamometer Announces New Demonstration Facility in New Mexico - Engine Builder Magazine

Mustang Dynamometer Announces New Demonstration Facility in New Mexico

Mustang Dynamometer, an American manufacturer of high performance dynamometers and related products, has announced a new demonstration facility in their Mexico City office. October 1st, Operations VP Eser Manav visited Mustang de México Dinamómetros, the local representation office and demonstration facility of Mustang Dynamometer located in Mexico City. This office was established in 2017 to provide a world class demonstration/training facility. 

Eser Manav’s visit is part of the ongoing support from Mustang’s head office to their sales, and service representatives in other countries. This visit coincided with a presentation of performance dynamometers to potential clients. His extensive knowledge of the company and the products provided valuable information to clients as well as to the Mexican crew present. 

Mustang has installed an MD-100 and a MD-AWD-150 (8) roll chassis dynamometer at its Mexico City facility, where they promote performance dynamometers and provide training. Mustang continues to provide the best products and support to all clients globally.

Through its international visits, Mustang Dynamometer highlights its commitment to always provide a timely supply of technical support to regional offices and clients throughout the world.

For more information: MustangDyne.com 

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