Low-emission diesel and gas engines, climate friendly cogeneration plants, low vibration drive shafts: As an engineer, you will be able to develop quite a few things at Tognum – excepting lack of energy. As one of the first in the field, we introduced high-precision common rail technology to our MTU marine diesel engines in the mid-nineties. Today, we advance the further development in areas such as combined heat and power (CHP), turbo charging, electronic motor management, and exhaust after-treatment.
About 950 employees at our sites in Friedrichshafen, Detroit, and Pune (India) are exclusively assigned to R&D tasks, transferring cutting-edge drive technology to heavy duty diesel engines in the off-highway and marine area.
A broad scope of challenging tasks is also awaiting you in the fields of manufacturing and service: The vertical integration of our drive systems amounts to up to 50 percent – a significantly higher figure than can be found in many related areas of commercial motor production. Our after-sales business, in turn, promises to become the fastest-growing corporate sector, already accounting for 25 percent of our overall revenue.