Cummins announces management changes

Engine manufacturer, Cummins, has announced a number of key management changes to build upon the company's strong performance and to better position it for future profitability and growth.

According to Cummins, Richard Freeland will take up the role as new President and Chief Operating Officer, while Dave Crompton has been elevated to President of the Engine Business.

“Today, Cummins is in a terrific position with our leadership in technologies, unmatched global presence and global partnerships that help our customers succeed wherever they operate,” said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Tom Linebarger.

“As we continue to grow profitably around the world, we want to have a leadership team capable of meeting our demanding short term targets every day, while making the right long term strategic investments necessary to sustain future profitable growth. We want to be able to do these two things well on a global basis and during volatile economic conditions.”

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