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The No. 28 Cummins Diesel Special was the technology wonder of its day. More than six decades later, high technology is helping get the record-setting race car back on the track that made it famous. Cummins engineers, using 3D printing and computerized tomography scanning, created a new water pump for the car, which will return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway later this month after setting a one-lap track record of 139 miles per hour in qualifying for the pole position in the 1952 race.
April 11 is Global Remanufacturing Day and Cummins Inc. is honored to celebrate our global remanufacturing operations on this and every day. Cummins’ focus on global remanufacturing stands as one of the company’s true differentiators and key sustainability practices worldwide. With over 50 years of remanufacturing experience, more than 3,350 employees and eight manufacturing facilities across the globe, Cummins is a world-class leader in this space – and proud of this distinction.
Power product supplier Cummins chose Bauma 2019 for the official launch of its new digital monitoring and reporting solution, PrevenTech for Mining The new release offers continuous analysis and advanced detection of potential equipment health issues to mitigate impacts of performance and improve a mine's productivity. It offers a streamlined maintenance and service planning at three distinct service levels to support any operation with flexibility.
Cummins Filtration has been presented Heavy Duty Trucking's (HDT) "Top 20 Products for 2019" award for FleetguardFIT™, the industry's first complete real-time filtration monitoring system. This award recognizes FleetguardFIT for its innovation, potential to address significant industry issues and its ability to help a fleet's bottom line. Amy Davis, Vice President – Cummins Filtration, accepted the award on behalf of Cummins Filtration at the 2019 Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition in Atlanta, GA held on March 18. 
As we celebrate our 100-year anniversary, this is the final story to highlight the history of Cummins. During this series, we reflected on our rich history of turning challenges into opportunities.  Throughout our history, Cummins has committed to the continuous improvement of people’s lives. In 1999, Cummins powered the Beijing Public Transit. The Beijing Public Transit launched a fleet of 300 buses with Cummins B5.9 natural gas engines to improve the city’s air quality. This was the first clean, alternative fuel fleet in Asia of Cummins Westport natural gas-powered buses.