COLUMBUS, Ind. — Cummins announced the launch of parts.cummins.com, an innovative approach to its online parts catalog. The new site allows users to search for parts information using any serial or part number available on their Cummins engine or component including Holset turbochargers, Onan generators, aftertreatment solutions and Fleetguard filtration solutions. Customers no longer need to visit multiple sites to research Cummins associated parts.
“Never before have you seen a consolidated open access parts catalog like this from Cummins. Parts.cummins.com was built to empower our customer’s success by finding the right part the first time, every time,” said Mike Champlin, director of Aftermarket Information Management for Cummins.
Parts.cummins.com has been designed with Cummins customers in mind. Customers now have the ability to quickly identify the correct parts and create a pick list that they can share with any Cummins distribution partner, who can then accurately quote and fulfill their order through the Cummins global network of central warehouses and regional distribution centers. By providing customers the ability to accurately identify parts and having stock of those parts closer to the point of use; Cummins is helping get customers back to work as fast as possible.
Parts.cummins.com offers unique part details including engine system, sub-system, and individual part graphics. Part detail pages will also include part dimensions, alternative part options including supersessions, and applicable part related kits to ensure customers get all the parts they need the first time. Additionally, parts.cummins.com is mobile device ready for a responsive experience and easy navigation. The site is available globally at no charge and with no registration required.
In the coming months, additional features will be released including language translations and the capability to search by unique part attributes like dimension, saleability, voltage, flywheel rotation, thread pitch and more.
SOURCE: Cummins press release