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Steve Charlton, Cummins VP set to retire

(May 21, 2014) -- Cummins Inc. has announced that Steve Charlton, Vice President and CTO – Engine Business, plans to retire from Cummins, effective July 1.

COLUMBUS, Ind. – Cummins Inc. has announced that Vice President and CTO – Engine Business, Steve Charlton, plans to retire from Cummins, effective July 1, according to Inside Indiana Business.

“In his more than 20 years with the company, Steve has provided invaluable technical expertise and leadership that has led to major victories for Cummins,” said Rich Freeland, president Cummins Engine Business Unit and vice president, Cummins Inc, to Inside Indiana Business. “He has left a profound mark on our company and his contributions will always be valued and remembered.”

Charlton joined Cummins in 1993 as the Director of Advanced Engineering. Inside Indiana Business describes he became Executive Director, Research in 1999. He was named Vice President – Heavy Duty Engineering in 2008 and went on to become Vice President and CTO for the Engine Business in 2010, the role he holds today.

To read the full story by Inside Indiana Business, click here.

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