Cummins' Rose, Barner receive leadership awards

Two female Cummins executives have won awards for their leadership. The Indianapolis Business Journal recognized Cummins Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Marya Rose as its 2015 Women of Influence. Sharon Barner, Cummins' vice president and general counsel, received the Pamela L. Carter Award for Transformative Leadership. Cummins officials praised the executives. Read More »

Cummins brings light commercial generators to Brazil

Cummins Power Generation and Cummins Brazil recently organized a cross-country tour to present its new line of light commercial gas-powered generators in Brazil. Cummins representatives made presentations of the 25-125kVA line in Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte, Manaus, Recife and São Paulo from Oct. 20-27. The presentations also included training for sales and service employees. Read More »

Cummins pledges to improve fuel efficiency, curb carbon emissions

Noting fuel efficiency is increasingly at the top of customers' list of considerations when buying a new truck, Cummins has released a set of environmental goals in the wake of its 76,000-mile, 36-city Redefining Efficiency Tour. The tour took a caravan of five new Cummins trucks designed for increased fuel efficiency around the country to trade shows and other stops. Read More »

Cummins wraps up 76,000-mile fuel-efficiency demo

A caravan of five Cummins trucks recently completed a 76,000-mile, 36-city tour of North America to demonstrate the company's latest efforts to increase fuel economy. "If you had told me I'd be getting 8.3 or 8.4 miles per gallon when we started this trip, I'd say that's impossible," driver Mike Carlson said. "This trip has completely changed my perspective on fuel economy." Read More »

Cummins Power, Huawei provide boost for Ethiopia’s infrastructure

Powering a multi-million dollar network that serves diverse areas, from urban sites to remote locales, generator sets supplied to Ethio Telecom by Cummins Power Generation through Huawei of China have now surpassed 850 in number. According to Eric Flechet, Cummins Power Generation’s Director of Vertical Segments, Cummins’ involvement stemmed from its strong affiliation with Huawei, the world’s largest telecom equipment manufacturer. Read More »

Cummins wins 10th straight spot on Dow Jones North American Sustainability Index

For the 10th straight year, Cummins Inc. has been named to the 2015 Dow Jones North American Sustainability Index; company officials contend that the index, which is part of the global Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, identifies the leading companies for sustainability worldwide, and Cummins' place on the index demonstrates its ability to perform and succeed in the market. Read More »

Cummins Power headlines Indonesia's annual energy event

Organizers of this year’s Electric, Power and Renewable Energy Indonesia event said it was a huge success thanks to Cummins Power Generation being on hand. “The conference provided an excellent opportunity to build and strengthen relationships with existing and potential customers. We had a very good response,” Agus Salim Haliman, business development manager, said. Read More »

Rolls-Royce and MTU present new bridge components, propulsion systems

Rolls-Royce and MTU introduced yacht propulsion systems and bridge components Thursday at the Salone Nautico in Genoa, Italy. Among the items showcased were the Series 2000 M96 engine from MTU consists of either 12 or 16 cylinders that improve on previous iteration's capability to accelerate and to perform within Environmental Protection Agency Tier 3 emission standards. Read More »

Cummins executive charged with leading foundation

Cummins, Inc. named Mary Titsworth Chandler as the executive director of corporate responsibility and CEO for the company's foundation. The Cummins Foundation is the global giving arm of the firm, which designs, manufactures, distributes and services diesel and natural gas engines and related technologies worldwide. The foundation makes grants in Cummins’ communities worldwide. Read More »

Cummins India develops eco-friendly plaster for Ganesh idols

Engineers with the firm Cummins India have developed a sustainable and eco-friendly way of dissolving the plaster of Paris idols that are commonly dunked in water during the major Hindu festival of Ganesh; one of the most worshipped deities of India, Lord Ganesha is the elephant-headed deity whose festival takes place from mid-August to mid-September in India, during which a major part of the celebration is dunking plaster of Paris idols in various waterways. Read More »