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Publish date: 10/02/2019

Birmingham, UK (October 2, 2019) - Cummins provides comprehensive aftermarket support for its engines operating in the bus and coach market. This includes an extensive range of genuine parts for all Cummins-powered buses, including WrightBus manufactured products, such as the popular New Routemaster (NRM) and StreetLite models.

Produced using the highest quality components and manufacturing techniques, Cummins engines offer high performance, low cost of ownership with low emissions. To maintain high levels of productivity and minimise downtime, the quality of replacement parts should never be compromised.

Cummins B6.7 Euro VI Phase-D Engine
Publish date: 10/02/2019

WELLINGBOROUGH, UK – As the UK bus market moves to a cleaner, low emission environment, Cummins has responded by aligning its aftermarket capability to meet these changing customer needs. To mark its 100th anniversary milestone, it will showcase this enhanced level of support at Coach and Bus UK (2-3 October 2019, NEC, Birmingham) stand M15.

Publish date: 09/12/2019

MILAN, ITALY – Cummins authorised dealer Elettromeccanica Trotta has acquired Gei Energia in Bologna. Elettromeccanica Trotta are a familiar and trusted name across the Central and Southern regions of Italy, having established their business in 1990.

Cummins F3.8 Performance Series
Publish date: 09/02/2019

MUNICH, GERMANY (October 8-11 2019) – Cummins will showcase its ultra-clean Stage V diesel engines at inter airport Europe 2019 (Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany) together with its latest battery system. Spanning 3.8 to 15 litre displacement and 75-503 kW (100-675 hp) the newly named Performance Series engines are designed to meet 2019 and 2020 EU Stage V emissions regulations.

Publish date: 08/01/2019

COLUMBUS, INDIANA – Building on its longstanding history of powering agricultural equipment, today Cummins announced its Stage V B6.7 Performance Series engine will be available in CLAAS AVERO combine harvesters from Quarter 4 2019.