Jamestown Plant Leads the Way in Energy Efficiency

CUMMINS’ JAMESTOWN ENGINE PLANT IN JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK (U.S.A) IS FAST DEVELOPING A REPUTATION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND REDUCING GREENHOUSE GASES (GHGs).

The plant recently showcased its latest initiative, a $47 million block machining line that utilizes on-demand hydraulics, coolant and pneumatics to reduce energy consumption as it produces the company’s high efficiency diesel and natural gas heavy duty engines.

Apprentices Bring Historic U.K. Fire Truck Back to Life

CUMMINS GENERATOR TECHNOLOGIES (CGT) APPRENTICES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM HAVE BEEN WORKING ON A PROJECT THAT SOME ENGINEERS MIGHT ONLY DREAM ABOUT: RESTORING A 1930 MERRYWEATHER FIRE ENGINE.

For most of its life, the fire engine belonged to the town of Stamford in the U.K. and was based at the local fire station. After falling into disrepair, mechanics made several failed attempts to restore the historic piece.

New Cummins Crate Engines to Provide Enthusiasts with Clean, Powerful Alternative

CUMMINS NEW CRATE ENGINE PROGRAM, CUMMINS REPOWER™, WILL NOT ONLY GIVE TRUCK ENTHUSIASTS A POWERFUL ALTERNATIVE FOR THEIR OLDER ICONIC OR SENTIMENTAL PROJECTS, BUT A CLEANER, MORE FUEL EFFICIENT OPTION, TOO.

"Without question, the environment is very important to Cummins,” said Jeff Caldwell, Executive Director of Cummins’ Global Pickup/Van Business. “We’re excited to provide enthusiasts with a cleaner and much more fuel-efficient engine than their original, or even a junkyard Cummins swap.

Talking Cummins Truck Targets Future Engineers

ENGINEERS MAHESH YANAMANDRAM AND TOM McKINLEY WORK WITH HEAVY-DUTY TRUCK ENGINES AT CUMMINS. SO DESIGNING ENGINES MADE OF CARDBOARD, BOTTLE CAPS, RUBBER BANDS AND STRAWS WAS A LITTLE DIFFERENT FOR THEM.

But talking trucks are cool whether it’s an 18-wheeler heading down the highway or a kid’s STEM challenge built around the kitchen table.  It didn’t take long for the two men to agree it was the perfect idea for a Cummins-themed challenge on the popular website CurriosityMachine.org.

5 Ways New Cummins App is Cutting Assessment Time to Minutes

THE NEW GUIDANZ™ MOBILE APP IS TAKING WHAT ONCE COULD BE A 2-HOUR PROCESS OR LONGER TO ASSESS WHAT’S GOING ON WITH AN ENGINE AND REDUCING IT TO MERE MINUTES.

It’s another example of how technology is changing not just diesel engines, but the way they are serviced. Here’s how the new app is getting customers back to work faster:

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