This unique business alliance spans more than 25 years, and boasts collaborative development of multiple innovative, heavy-duty engine products for use worldwide.
Cummins Inc. is participating in the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) Run on Less – Electric (RoL-E) electric truck technology demonstration.
The company plans to evaluate the engine in a variety of on- and off-highway applications.
The collaboration shows Cummins’ continued commitment to natural gas powertrains.
The company received approval for 2021 electric hybrid propulsion system paired with Cummins Engines.
Hino to redirect resources toward “Project Z” development of battery electric vehicles and accelerate production timeline.
The efforts are part of the Cummins Digital Accelerator group’s commitment to help transform the company using innovative technology.
MERA Customer Sessions provide an opportunity for members to interact with key customers.
The two companies are extending their long-term agreement through the next two emission cycles.
The awards are for Cummins’ continued work on enhancing economic viability of fuel cell powertrain solutions for heavy-duty applications including on-highway tractor-trailers and buses.
The Cummins executive brings extensive knowledge of China and emerging markets to Axalta.
The Endurant XD series has torque and horsepower capacity to cover all Class 8 North American engines.