Celebrating Black History Month - Feeling Pride within an Inclusive Work Environment

Black History Month is a time for recognizing the central role of African-Americans in U.S. history. For Cummins, it is also about highlighting the significance of diversity and inclusion. In honor of Black History Month, we’ve invited employees to share their personal stories, helping others to understand what this month represents, as well as the importance of an inclusive workplace year round.

Employee Highlight: Asia Jernigan, Marketing & Sales Development Program

Time at Cummins: 6 months

Media Release - Cummins Does Not Supply Engines Named in EPA's Recent Notice of Violation

COLUMBUS, IND. – Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) today stated that it does not supply engines for the FCA vehicles that are discussed in the Environmental Protection Agency’s Notice of Violation issued today, nor was Cummins named.

Cummins does not use defeat devices and is committed to meeting emissions standards. Cummins has a long history of working transparently and collaboratively with regulators to develop and meet emissions requirements.

Around the World - Corporate Responsibility and Cummins

Learn How Cummins Employees Around the World Are Making a Difference in Their Communities

Travel around the world and you'll see Cummins employees engaged in their communities. It’s who we are.

Corporate Responsibility is one of Cummins’ six core values: serving and improving the communities in which we live. Cummins employees volunteer their time and talent to help address community needs.

Technology and Design Meet in a Place You Might Not Expect

Led mostly by employees with Ph.D. s, the Columbus, Indiana (U.S.A.)-based team investigated unexplained failures with the camshafts in some older engines. With equipment capable of analyzing in the realm of individual atoms, it identified something in the engine oil corroding the bronze pins that the camshaft rollers spin on – even though a base additive to counteract acid was still in place.

Cummins Named to New List Celebrating JUST Business Behavior

The partnerships’ list ranks the publicly traded companies in America that “perform best on the things Americans care most about.” The rankings are based on one of the largest surveys ever conducted on attitudes towards corporate behavior, involving 50,000 Americans over the past 18 months.

The new list ranks U.S. companies against their peers within 32 major industries. Forbes and JUST Capital will rank companies across industries in future years.

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