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Publish date: 04/08/2019

MUNICH, Germany – Cummins displayed the QSK60 Stage V engine for the first time at Bauma. It is available from 1398-2125 kW (1875-2850 hp) with a peak torque of 11,218 Nm, and is ideal for excavators, dump trucks and front-end loaders. The QSK60 is part of a strong mining line-up from 55-2125 kW (74-2850 hp).

Publish date: 04/08/2019

MUNICH, Germany – As part of Cummins’ centenary, visitors to stand A4.325 at the Bauma show saw 100 years of engine technology, with the company’s first engine known as the HVID shown alongside the latest B6.7 2019 Stage V engine.

Publish date: 03/18/2019

MADRID, SPAIN – Cummins are pleased to announce that Minguez, their authorised dealer based in Valencia, have extended their scope of responsibility to include the central Castilla La Mancha region in Spain, providing increased support coverage to customers across a wider geographical area.

Minguez and Cummins have a long association of working closely together for more than 30 years. Minguez are a familiar and trusted name to customers across the region, having established their business in Valencia more than 70 years ago.

Publish date: 03/15/2019

Hannover, Germany – Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) will feature the new HSK78G natural gas generator series during the Energy Hannover show, at Hannover Exhibition Grounds, Germany (April 1 – 5), hall 27, stand L62.

Publish date: 01/28/2019

MUNICH, Germany – Stage V continues to be a key focus for Cummins Inc. at Bauma 2019.

Alexei Ustinov, Vice President Off-Highway Engine Business said: “Since unveiling our Stage V construction engines at Bauma 2016, we have made great progress and are in production with all engine models from F3.8 to X15. We have over 200 machine installations completed or in progress, which is more than at Stage IV, and our customers benefitting from key product updates that deliver more with less. We are developing alternate power capability such as hybrid, electric and fuel cells, however Stage V remains a key part of our plan.”