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Guangxi Cummins ushered in the successful offline of the 10000th engine

Guangxi Cummins ushered in the successful offline of the 10000th engine

China Construction machinery information

on June 5, 2014, Guangxi Cummins Industrial Power Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as guangkang) ushered in the successful offline of the 10000th engine. Guangkang, a 50:50 joint venture between Cummins and Liugong, is located in Liuzhou City, Guangxi. It officially opened in March 2013. It mainly produces 7-Liter and 9.3-liter construction machinery engines, providing exclusive power for the excavator and loader market. It took only nine months for Guangxi Cummins to complete the delivery of 5000 engines from the first engine offline, and then ushered in the successful offline of the second 5000 engines in a shorter six months

Guangxi Cummins welcomes the 10000th engine, which is more attractive than wood, and has the motivation to successfully go offline

Guangxi Cummins' 10000th engine successfully went offline

at the ceremony, Tom linebarger, chairman and CEO of Cummins, Steve Chapman, vice president of Cummins group, Wang Xiaohua, chairman of Guangxi Liugong group, Zeng Guangan, President of Guangxi Liugong group and chairman of Guangxi Liugong Machinery Co., Ltd, We jointly commended Liugong's marketing team and dealers for their outstanding contributions. At the same time, on behalf of the parent companies of both sides, we expressed our gratitude to the governments of Liuzhou city and Liujiang county and the dealers who supported the development of guangkang

"Guangxi Cummins is Cummins' first construction machinery engine production base in China. It is an important measure for Cummins to increase investment in the off highway market and strive to explore the mainstream market. It is also another milestone for Cummins' joint venture and cooperation in China." Said rambowen, chairman of Cummins. "The engine produced by guangkang is a powerful supplement to Cummins' product line and production capacity in China. It is customized according to specific market demand, and its performance, fuel economy and cost are more optimized, which helps to improve the competitiveness of construction machinery and provides a new impetus for the development of China's construction machinery industry."

Zeng Guangan, President of Guangxi Liugong group, called Guangxi Cummins the result of long-term and sincere cooperation between the two sides, which is the upgrading of the strategic cooperation between Liugong and Cummins. "The reliability test of these two exclusive engines for construction machinery produced by Guangxi Cummins has exceeded 46000 hours, providing Liugong machinery with a reliable and efficient ideal power. The strong combination of Liugong and Cummins will deliver products with more competitive advantages to the Chinese and international construction machinery markets, and contribute to the improvement of production efficiency, fuel saving and consumption reduction of users."

Cummins in China

the historical origin of Cummins and China can be traced back to the 1940s more than half a century ago. On March 11, 1941, US President Franklin Roosevelt signed the "lease act" to provide wartime assistance to 38 countries, including China, if transparent resins were used to make windscreens. The military aid to China under the lease act includes Jiangfang patrol boats and military trucks equipped with Cummins engines

at the end of 1944, a Chongqing enterprise sent a letter to Cummins to seek to establish business contacts and carry out localized production of Cummins engines in China. Elvin Miller, then general manager of Cummins engine company, expressed great interest in this in his reply, hoping that Cummins could build a plant in China after the Sino Japanese war. For well-known reasons, Mr. Miller's idea can only be realized in the 1970s, 30 years later, with the gradual easing of Sino US relations

Cummins and its affiliated subsidiaries have invested more than US $1billion in China. As the largest foreign investor in China's diesel engine industry, Cummins' business ties with China began in 1975. Mr. Elvin Miller, then chairman of Cummins, visited Beijing for the first time and became one of the first American entrepreneurs to come to China to seek business cooperation. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States in 1979 and China's opening to the outside world, the first Cummins office in China has been established in Beijing

Cummins is one of the first Western diesel engine companies to carry out localized production of engines in China. Cummins began to license the production of engines in Chongqing engine factory in 1981, and Cummins' first Chinese joint venture engine factory was established in 1995. So far, Cummins has set up 28 institutions with large LCD screens in China, including 15 wholly-owned and joint ventures, with more than 9000 employees, producing products such as engines, generator sets, alternators, filtration systems, turbocharging systems, post-treatment and fuel oil systems. Cummins' service network in China includes 12 regional service centers More than 30 customer support platforms and more than 2000 authorized distributors of wholly-owned and joint ventures in China

Cummins has long insisted on forming strategic alliances with large Chinese enterprises to achieve common development. As the first foreign-funded diesel engine enterprise to come to China for localized production, Cummins has established four engine joint ventures with leading Chinese commercial vehicle enterprises, including Dongfeng Motor, Shaanxi Automobile Group and BAIC Foton, and 15 of Cummins's 24 engine series have been produced locally in China

Cummins is the first foreign-funded diesel engine company to set up a research and development center in China. In August 2006, the engine technology research and development center established by Cummins in cooperation with Dongfeng company was officially opened in Wuhan, Hubei Province

in 2013, Cummins' sales in China reached US $3.5 billion, and China has become Cummins' largest and fastest-growing overseas market in the world

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