Cummins launches new marine center in Europe

  • 23-Oct-2009 08:31 EDT

Cummins Inc. launched a new marine center in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, to support Cummins distributors and their marine business in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The center’s capabilities include project management, application engineering, design engineering, technical support, commissioning engineering, distributor order, and supply order management. The new center is expected to add value to distributors by consolidating technical knowledge and capability in commercial marine activities in a single location. The Cummins Marine Centre will begin by providing support to Cummins Scanben and Central and Eastern Europe, with other dependent Greater Europe distributors to follow in the first quarters of 2010.

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