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This year, Cummins celebrates 100 years in Power Generation. It all started with the incorporation of Onan Corporation in 1920 – a family owned business founded by David W. Onan. “The Onan story has so many parallels with Cummins. It started with one business idea and one visionary entrepreneur. What D. W. Onan started as a small business in Minnesota thrived for 100 years and became a global industry leader,” stated Alex Savelli, Executive Director of Cummins Power Generation.
Large cargo ships traverse the oceans of the world, carrying raw materials and finished goods between ports. Built for speed on the open ocean, these massive ships can take up to five miles to stop. Once these mammoth vessels arrive in port, they need help to maneuver in tight quarters, which is where ship-docking tugs go to work.
The year is off to a flying start as a Cummins-powered product was nominated for an Innovation Award at the popular Consumer Electronics Show (CES®) which ran from Jan. 7- 10 in Las Vegas. Attracting over 175,000 attendees, CES is regarded as the global stage for innovation and brings together global business leaders and pioneering thinkers. For over 50 years, it has been the go-to event where next-generation innovations are introduced to the market place.
The Beijing Foton Cummins Engine Company is using technology to improve a host of issues from quality to customer satisfaction. The plant’s leadership, left to right, includes Zhao He, Manufacturing Engineering Leader; Miguel Kindler, Plant Manager; Chen Hua, General Manager; and Silence Chen, IT Leader. The Beijing Foton Cummins Engine Company (BFCEC) is so wired with high-tech tools it can almost identify defects in certain tasks and bottlenecks in production before they happen.
During his cross-country trek to Columbus and back, Matt Cummins asked veterans to add their signatures to his tailgate. Matt Cummins and his life-long friend Pete Hazel were outside of Bozeman, Montana, when the odometer on his 1999 Dodge Ram quad cab, long bed with a Cummins 5.9L ticked over 300,000. “That was exciting. It was a big deal that lasted for one mile,” he said.