Steyr Motors North America Open Day

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Steyr Motors North America, a fully owned subsidiary of Steyr Motors in Steyr, Austria celebrates its Grand Opening of the new office and warehouse facility, located in Panama City, Florida.

The first Open Day at the premises of Steyr North America, Panama City, gives distributors, dealers, customers the chance to meet and greet staff and get a look at the offices and warehouse. A barbeque is planned if weather allows. Anyone wishing to visit us for this event, on 23rd of February 2009, beginning time 10am till 2 pm CST, please announce your visit as soon as possible to Mr. John Simmons j.simmons@steyr-motorsna.com or Mel Carnahan m.carnahan@steyr-motorsna.com or call the below number.

Following our Open Day celebrations, we will conduct our first US-Dealer Training, also at the premises at Panama City. Seven dealers, from different regions of the US, such as South Florida, Mobile Alabama, California and Maine, will come together to learn about our newest products including the Steyr Control Center (SCC), Integrated Flywheel Generator (IFG), Engine Diagnostics and the Hybrid Drive System (HDS).

This training follows the new training strategy of Steyr Motors GmbH which now authorises selected countries to hold dealer trainings at their facilities. Each training will be supported by Steyr Motors GmbH certified trainer, with factory supplied certificates and training materials.

(www.steyr-motors.com)

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