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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.
On the farm and in the field, for over a century Cummins technology has helped farmers around the world. Cummins has powered world agriculture since our first engine was launched in 1919. As the company gears up for Agritechnica, here’s a look at our history of innovation in agriculture, as well as our latest developments.
Crews started installing a new solar array atop the Beijing Foton Cummins Engine Company in China last month. Cummins is making a significant investment in solar energy, projecting it will have 35 onsite solar projects completed by the end of 2020.
The company's latest rankings reflect its responsible behavior and leadership. Cummins is ranked No. 17 in Newsweek magazine’s first rating of America’s Most Responsible Companies.  It was the top company in its category – automotive and components.  The Newsweek list, released earlier this week, is one of five recent evaluations by outside groups praising the company, its approach to sustainability or its leadership and management.
Hyundai Construction Equipment and Cummins Inc. have partnered to develop a fully electric-powered compact excavator. This year, the electric test vehicle was displayed at bauma as well as the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE). “Hyundai is pleased to collaborate with a global industry leader like Cummins to address what both companies expect to be a burgeoning demand for electric-powered compact excavators,” said Stan Park, vice president of distribution and marketing at Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas.