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Publish date: 03/20/2020

Note: We will continue updating this page with additional news and information as it becomes available.

Cummins continues to take actions to protect the health and safety of our employees and our communities while continuing to serve our customers amid the uncertainty associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn about the steps Cummins is taking to help our customers succeed and support their business needs. 

Updated April 15, 2020

Publish date: 12/18/2019
On a bitterly cold day in Ulverstone, Tasmania, a heart-warming chat with Ross and Jan Woodhouse brings to light just how hard they’ve worked to get their family business to where it is today. Ross, 70, speaks with a frankness that leaves little to the imagination, as he and wife Jan discuss their working life and the pride they have in their family business – RC and JM Woodhouse & Sons – that has been involved in the logging industry fulltime since 2000.
Publish date: 12/18/2019
Cummins is a key player in a groundbreaking hybrid renewable energy solution for Gold Fields’ remote Agnew gold mine in Western Australia. Agnew is set to be the first Australian mine powered by a wind, solar, battery and gas microgrid. Total installed capacity on completion in 2020 will be 54 MW. The microgrid has been designed by global energy producer EDL, which will also own and operate it under a 10-year agreement with Gold Fields, the third largest gold producer in Australia.
Publish date: 12/18/2019
In the November 2018 issue of Cummins Commentary, we showed photos of Cummins’ highest-horsepower diesel engine, the QSK95, being lowered into the hull of Kilimanjaro VII during construction of the fast passenger ferry for Azam Marine, a company based in Tanzania, Africa.

Like the previous six Kilimanjaro vessels – all Cummins-powered and all designed by Incat Crowther – Kilimanjaro VII was being built by Richardson Devine Marine (RDM), the world-renowned Australian shipbuilder based in Hobart, Tasmania.

Publish date: 12/18/2019
Whitehaven Coal, in its own words ‘the emerging force in the Australian coal mining industry’, has three operating open cut mines in the NSW Gunnedah Basin – Maules Creek, Tarrawonga and Werris Creek – as well as its underground Narrabri mine and two sites under rehabilitation, Sunnyside and Rocglen. The company points out that its run-of-mine (ROM) production is set to grow strongly over the next 10 or so years, from the current 23 Mtpa (million tonnes per annum) to 50 Mtpa, through a combination of greenfield and brownfield developments.