Sometimes, the true test of a company comes when times are challenging. Despite weak global markets, Cummins achieved record results in its environmental and community engagement efforts in 2015, according to the company’s new 2015-2016 Sustainability Progress Report.
Jennifer Rumsey says she achieved her dream job when she became Cummins’ Vice President – Chief Technical Officer in 2015.
Today, she leads the company’s global technical organization, responsible for research and engineering across Cummins’ four business units.
Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, a leading manufacturer of quality engineered wood building materials, recently announced the appointment of Tracy Embree,
If you ask 10 different people to define the power of Cummins, you’ll likely get 10 different answers.
Making people’s lives better by unleashing the Power of Cummins may seem like a simple statement but it’s what guides 54,000 Cummins employees. Today, Cummins engineers are working together to build a brighter future through a lightweight engine that produces zero emissions. Although the engine does not work, employees are using it to turbocharge the minds of aspiring engineers.
Cummins is always in the pursuit of discovering new methods to innovate and help the environment globally. That is why we have partnered up with the Indianapolis Zoo to implement a new, innovative way to fuel some of their vehicles throughout the park.
Team promotes working with customers to improve fuel economy.
From his desk in Columbus, Indiana, Cummins Fuel Economy Engineer David Yu uses sophisticated tools to tell customers details about their operations thousands of miles away that even personnel on the ground might not know.
After driving most of the more than 76,000 miles covered during Cummins Redefining Tour, Mike Carlson said he’ll never think about fuel economy in quite the same way.
Hauling just over 60,000 pounds as part of the 36-city tour across North America to demonstrate some of the company’s latest technology, Carlson said he frequently got better than 9 miles per gallon in the tractor-trailer he drove for most of the tour while averaging better than 8 miles-per-gallon over the entire trip.
*Note: Srikanth Padmanabhan is the President, Engine Business at Cummins Inc. In 2015 he joined a fleet of five Cummins-powered tractor trailers on the last leg of the Cummins North American REDefining Tour. The following is a first person account of the sights and sounds he experienced along the way.
Cummins today unveiled a revolutionary new system for its ISB engines that brings the fuel economy benefits of stop-start technology to conventional buses. The technology, which saves fuel by shutting down the engine when a vehicle is not moving, had only previously been available on far more expensive diesel-electric hybrid buses.