Cummins is a global power leader that designs, manufactures, sells and services diesel and alternative fuel engines, diesel and alternative-fuelled electrical generator sets, Electrified powertrains as well as related components and technology. Cummins serves its customers through its network of 600 company-owned and independent distributor facilities and more than 7,200 dealer locations in over 190 countries and territories.

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On-road and off-road, commercial and industrial, Cummins is a driving force behind the world’s most innovative low carbon energy-powered vehicles and applications. Cummins is developing low-carbon technologies including battery, fuel cell, and hydrogen-production technologies. Cummins have an ambitious electrification strategy and focus on Power Electronics & Electrical Machines. Worldwide Cummins have 500 electrolysers in operation, and over 2,000 fuel cells powering hundreds of vehicles including trains.

Along with Belcan, Motor Design Ltd, GKN Hybrid Power and University of Nottingham, Cummins R&T group are developing flexible, scalable automated manufacturing processes and supply chain for the next-generation motor and generator windings to increase motor and generator power density and efficiency.

Join this webinar to learn what Cummins is doing too expand its electrification strategy, develop PEMD supply chains with a view of exploring future opportunities for business and collaborations.

The ISCF Driving the Electric Revolution “Engage with…” webinar series offers leading companies and organisations a platform to present to you:

  • Who they are and what they do;
  • Their PEMD growth journey/roadmap and what they are doing in PEMD;
  • Their challenges and future PEMD supply chain requirements, with a view of exploring future opportunities for partnerships/collaborations/projects.

All with the aim for companies and organisations to seize the economic opportunities from the global transition to clean technologies and electrification.

Webinars | Here’s what’s scheduled for this series