Case Studies

Cummins customer case studies. Real-world examples of Cummins power.

These customer stories demonstrate our commitment and success in providing customers like you with improved power solutions through world-class innovation in a number of industries. Cummins will partner with you to solve your unique challenges, as we have in this selection of success stories from around the world.

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Repair, restoration and renovation of an old vessel is a significant undertaking. The reasons motivating a retrofit vary; however, in the case of Tivua, a 1982 Island Gypsy Europa MK1 retrofit, the impetus for change began in the engine room. “Before, the old engine oozed oil out of every corner,” said Rich Fricke, Tivua’s owner. “And we were so slow, running 7 - 7.5 knots and 6’s when windy. We were so slow that sailboats passed us.” And so the seven year retrofit began on this trawler’s 35th birthday, upgrading every system and appliance, inside and out.
The search for improved fuel economy and reliability were the key reasons Matthews Transport selected the 15-litre Cummins ISXe5 in 2013 as its standard engine brand. Based at Kojonup in a rich pastoral district 260 km south-east of Perth in Western Australia, the company is currently operating 14 ISXe5 engines in a mix of Freightliner Argosy and Kenworth K200 prime movers. The company, which had its origins in the early 1930s and now spans four generations of the Matthews family, hauls mainly grain, liquid and bulk fertilizer, and livestock.
Pacific Haulage stands tall in the timber industry Pacific Haulage was established in Gisborne on the North Island’s east coast in 1985 to service a five-year NZ Forest Service contract. Three men – Graham Manson, Mike Treloar and Calvin Paddon who had worked together in the forestry industry in the 1970s as diesel mechanics – joined forces to establish the business with, as Treloar puts it, “very second-hand trucks”.
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