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Cummins confirms motorcoach lineup

(March 2, 2017) -- Cummins has confirmed the engine lineup for the motorcoach market in 2017. The new L9 continues the established legacy of the ISL9, and is available up to 380 hp (283 kW) with 1250 lb-ft torque (1695 Nm). Read More »

Cummins continues the digital march

(March 1, 2017) -- Cummins is expanding its suite of digital tools, with apps that offer quicker and easier access to engine fault codes and more. Anyone with an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet can use the cloud-based Guidanz app to read fault codes and other information about engines built since Model Year 2007. Read More »

Cummins adds Walesboro property

(Feb. 28, 2017) -- Columbus-based Cummins has acquired an industrial shell building in Bartholomew County. The nearly 11-acre property at Woodside Northwest Industrial Park in Walesboro was acquired in December for $2.6 million. Read More »

Cummins promoted Clulow to vice president

(Feb. 22, 2017) -- Cummins has promoted Chris Clulow to vice president – corporate controller. He replaces Marsha Hunt, who has been appointed to the Financial Accounting Standards Board for a term beginning July 1. Read More »

Cummins threatened by Trump immigration ban

(Jan. 31, 2017) -- Cummins spokesman Jon Mills declined to say how many H-1B workers his company has. Although the Brookings Institute found Columbus – mainly Cummins – had the second-most demand for H-1B visa workers of any American city, WBAA radio reported. Read More »

Cummins concerned about possible ‘trade war’

(Jan. 31, 2017) -- “What we need to be successful is strong trade agreements that allow our export products to access 95 percent of the world’s consumers that live outside of the U.S.,” Cummins spokesman Jon Mills told the Republic. Read More »

Cummins does not use defeat devices

(Jan. 16, 2017) -- Cummins stated that it does not supply engines for the FCA vehicles that are discussed in the Environmental Protection Agency’s Notice of Violation issued, nor was Cummins named. Read More »