Cummins to power Mowag patrol vehicles in Germany

  • 19-Feb-2009 05:34 EST
Mowag awarded Cummins Inc. a supply contract for 198 ISBe 5.9-L engines rated at 250 hp (186 kW) to power Eagle IV patrol vehicles for the German army. This is a follow-on order from Mowag for 90 ISBe 5.9-L engines for the Danish army. The 198 Eagle IV vehicles will be jointly manufactured in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland, and at Kaiserslautern, Germany. Deliveries already commenced in 2008 and will extend to 2010.      
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