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Cummins Turbo Technologies Celebrates its Diamond Jubilee

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Cummins Turbo Technologies (part of Cummins Inc.) completes 60 years (1952 – 2012) of operations worldwide. Cummins Turbo Technologies is a leading manufacturer of Turbochargers with presence in most parts of the world.

In India, Cummins Turbo Technologies has its plants and offices in Dewas, Pithampur, Rudrapur and Pune.

Cummins Turbo Technologies (CTT) is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. With sales of over US$1 billion, CTT has grown to be a global company with operations in most parts of the world. Technical Centres in UK, China, USA and India continue to develop air handling technologies for global customers in diverse markets including on-highway, commercial vehicle, industrial, construction, agriculture, marine and power generation.

In India, CTT began as a JV with Tata Motors in Dewas in 1994. In 2007, the joint venture, Tata Holset Limited, became a wholly owned subsidiary of Cummins and was renamed as Cummins Turbo Technologies.
The CTT plant at Dewas commenced operations in 1995 with merely 15 employees. In line with Cummins‟ philosophy, the organization has always focused on developing its people and their skills. The team based work culture pioneered at Dewas, is now being practiced by over 900 employees of CTT across all sites in India.

“There are many examples within the organization that testify how employees have grown within the Company. Several amongst those employees who joined the shop floor, are today holding senior positions within the organization. This demonstrates the organization’s commitment to nurturing talent and providing long-term careers.”, as quoted by an employee who has been associated with Cummins Turbo Technologies since the last 15 years

To boost the export business, CTT set up a new plant in Pithampur in 2008. This plant is witnessing further expansion. In line with Cummins‟ practice of truly partnering with its customers; CTT India commissioned an entire assembly line at Rudrapur.

Being a technology partner, CTT upgraded the branch office that began its operations in 2005 to the India Technical Center supporting international and domestic projects. Today Cummins Turbo Technologies India employs nearly 900 employees including 136 specialist engineers.

Tracy Embree, President – Cummins Turbo Technologies comments, “Our legacy and heritage have equipped us well for the challenges ahead as we enter a new decade of accelerated global growth. While we continue to partner with our customers to deliver the best products and technologies, our commitment to the environment and the communities within which we live remains at the heart of our business.”

CTT has not only grown its business but has also played a significant role in corporate responsibility.

“We are very committed to our vision of „Making people‟s lives better by unleashing the Power of Cummins‟. We have been and aim to be a good citizen of India. We look forward to strengthening our partners and communities and continue to grow from strength to strength while staying rooted to the Company‟s vision, mission and six core values of integrity, innovation, delivering superior results, diversity, global involvement and corporate responsibility.” added Arun Ramachandran, India Business Country Leader for Cummins Turbo Technologies.

Journey of Cummins Turbo Technologies in India :

1995 – Signed the joint venture agreement to operate as Tata Holset Limited in India.

1996 – Manufacturing operations started at the first plant in India. The existing Tata plant was upgraded to the turbocharger plant at Dewas.

2005 – Dewas plant expansion. The plant was built to world class standards to achieve zero defects. To support the expanding business, a branch office was set up in Pune.

2007 – Tata Holset Limited became a wholly owned subsidiary of Cummins. Holset was renamed as Cummins Turbo Technologies. Another important landmark was laying the foundation stone of the Pithampur plant.

2008 – The Pithampur plant began its operations. The Pithampur plant is one of the best manufacturing facilities anywhere in the world.

2009 – To support the growing domestic business, Cummins Turbo Technologies started its operations in Rudrapur.

2010 – With increased business and engineering focus coming to India, the India Technical Center was established in Pune. Currently the technical centre has over 160 specialised design engineers who actively support domestic as well international projects.

About Cummins Turbo Technologies Cummins Turbo Technologies is the world’s largest manufacturer of turbochargers for the medium-heavy duty diesel engines market and has a reputation for bringing innovative and dependable solutions to the specific product requirements of this key market sector. Its Holset brand is the best known in the industry. The company has several manufacturing facilities located in Brazil, India, UK, USA and its joint venture in China ensuring support for engine and vehicle makers across the world. For further information visit Cummins Turbo Technologies website at www.cummins.com/turbos

 
 
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