A Purposeful Building That Enhances the Urban Environment

Almost everything you see from the outside of the new Cummins Distribution Business Unit (DBU) Headquarters in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana (U.S.A.) has something to do with saving energy or water.

From the uneven landscaping in the plaza next to the headquarters to the types of glass used in the 9-story structure, the building aligns with Cummins’ mission demanding “everything we do leads to a cleaner, healthier (and) safer environment.”

Cummins Indianapolis: Get to Know Us

Who Is Cummins?

Cummins is a global power leader employing more than 50,000 people worldwide.  We design, manufacture, distribute and service diesel and natural gas engines.  We also make related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. Our global headquarters is in Columbus, Indiana and we serve customers in approximately 190 countries and territories.

Cummins Indianapolis: The Business in the Building

In January 2017, Cummins will open its Distribution Business Unit (Cummins employees commonly refer to the business unit as simply ''DBU") headquarters in downtown Indianapolis.  Tony Satterthwaite is the President of this division within Cummins.  The DBU is comprised of thousands of sales and service operations around the world.

Tony took some time to answer a few questions about the DBU and its new headquarters.

Preparing Truck for Baja Is Its Own Endurance Race

Editor's Note: This is the third in a series of articles about Valvoline and Cummins' attempt to compete at the 49th SCORE Baja 1000 in November 2016. Read the other articles here

They were busy as ever, working on the wiring, the gears, a bull bar to protect the grille and undercarriage and much, much more. And now they were racing the clock, because the truck was scheduled to be shipped to Mexico in just a few days.

Art All Around Us

Created by artist Kendall Buster, this sculpture is one of many artworks that will be integrated throughout the nine-story building.

Though the project is not yet complete, Cummins already has been credited with bringing its architectural legacy to Indianapolis through creating a dynamic, people-centric work environment for employees and customers, while contributing to the city’s social and economic vibrancy.

My View on Trade - Dan Del Genio, Director of Global Trade Management and Compliance

The following op-ed was authored by Dan Del Genio, Director of Global Trade Management and Compliance at Cummins

I have been with Cummins 17 years, beginning in internal audit in 1999. Since then I have served in several roles in HR and legal, and I have been in my current role as Director of Global Trade Management and Compliance since 2011.

Making The Case for International Trade

When CEO Tom Linebarger looks at the Cummins’ high horsepower plant and tech center in Seymour, Indiana, he sees the critical importance of international trade.

The 800-employee facility produces Cummins’ QSK95, the largest high speed diesel engine in the world. The company has invested about $500 million to launch the engine, and just over two-thirds will be shipped outside the United States.

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