Rolls-Royce and PESA sign framework agreement for the delivery of MTU PowerPacks
Around 50 percent of the 100 biggest yachts are powered by MTU engines
MTU is developing the world's first high-speed gas-driven diesel engine for marine applications. That's not unlike a game of Lego.
Where to next for emission limits?
MTU Onsite Energy creates the perfect climatic conditions for tobacco at Italian cigar manufacturer Sigaro Toscano.
The letter T in MTU actually stands for turbine. We take a look at how that came about.
Double debut: The new Viking yacht, powered by MTU's latest Series 2000 yacht engine.
MTU rail engines operate worldwide. Click on this interactive map and find out where these engines operate.
Video: Shaping the FutureA video showing MTU milestones in 90 years of railway history.
Slideshow MTU@InnoTrans 2014: 90 years of rail drivesTake a walk around the trade show with us. Say hello to our staff at the MTU booth. Discover at the open-air area...
At the limitMTU engines must be able to withstand the most punishing conditions – and prove it in advance on the test stand.
This year, the MTU indor cup takes place for the 12th time on 6 and 7 December.
Rolls-Royce will showcase several innovative MTU commercial marine products and systems at the upcoming International Workboat Show 2014, 3-5 December.
Austal USA and the US Navy recently celebrated the christening of the future Littoral Combat Ship USS Montgomery (LCS 8). Two MTU 8000 engines form the heart of the propulsion plant.
MTU shows commercial marine products & systems at #IWBS14 Dec. 3-5 at booth No. 2702 in New Orleans http://t.co/IKiW6iDrw5
Lithuanian Railways repowers 44 goods locmotives with #MTU reman engines. Read more: http://t.co/2DOJfDg9Qu Picture: http://t.co/Rh5ukzYUTX
Last day of #BaumaChina2014! #MTU is presenting products in the 75 to 3,000 kW range. Come & see our engines at booth no. N5.148 in hall 5!
Building shipping crates involves more than just pinning together wooden planks, as an inside look at MTU's joinery shop reveals.
A 783-kW diesel engine at work in a South African mine shows that new technology can also be fun.