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Publish date: 12/18/2019
On a bitterly cold day in Ulverstone, Tasmania, a heart-warming chat with Ross and Jan Woodhouse brings to light just how hard they’ve worked to get their family business to where it is today. Ross, 70, speaks with a frankness that leaves little to the imagination, as he and wife Jan discuss their working life and the pride they have in their family business – RC and JM Woodhouse & Sons – that has been involved in the logging industry fulltime since 2000.
Publish date: 12/18/2019
In the November 2018 issue of Cummins Commentary, we showed photos of Cummins’ highest-horsepower diesel engine, the QSK95, being lowered into the hull of Kilimanjaro VII during construction of the fast passenger ferry for Azam Marine, a company based in Tanzania, Africa.

Like the previous six Kilimanjaro vessels – all Cummins-powered and all designed by Incat Crowther – Kilimanjaro VII was being built by Richardson Devine Marine (RDM), the world-renowned Australian shipbuilder based in Hobart, Tasmania.

Publish date: 12/18/2019
Whitehaven Coal, in its own words ‘the emerging force in the Australian coal mining industry’, has three operating open cut mines in the NSW Gunnedah Basin – Maules Creek, Tarrawonga and Werris Creek – as well as its underground Narrabri mine and two sites under rehabilitation, Sunnyside and Rocglen. The company points out that its run-of-mine (ROM) production is set to grow strongly over the next 10 or so years, from the current 23 Mtpa (million tonnes per annum) to 50 Mtpa, through a combination of greenfield and brownfield developments.
Publish date: 12/18/2019

Les Blennerhassett contemplates my question, then taps a few keys on his mobile phone calculator… “330,000 cartons a week,” he says matter-of-factly. That’s cartons of bananas Blenners Transport hauls out of north Queensland each week to Australia-wide markets.

Publish date: 12/03/2019

Read the latest issue of the Cummins Commentary to find out about the happenings in the world of Cummins both locally and globally.

As 2019 draws to a close, we can look back with pride on a significant year for Cummins, a year in which we have celebrated our rich history of 100 years. So many people have made Cummins what it is today – customers, employees, enthusiasts, suppliers, community partners and everyone in between.