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Publish date: 11/15/2019

Viettel is acknowledged as one of the world’s most valuable telecom brands. It is Vietnam’s largest mobile network operator and also one of the world’s fastest growing telecom businesses with a significant presence in 12 countries across Asia, Africa and the Americas and a customer base that includes more than 90 million subscribers. It is the first company to conduct a 5G pilot in Vietnam as the country prepares to be among the first nations in the world to deploy ultrafast 5G .

Publish date: 11/15/2019
Vietnam’s largest producer of decorative ceramic and granite tiles has selected Cummins to provide the emergency power at its spectacular new production plant in Binh Thuan province, around 200 km east of Ho Chi Minh City. With a massive footprint of 15 hectares (37 acres), the new factory – when fully operational – will produce 6.0 million square metres of premium granite floor and wall tiles a year, around 30 percent of which will be exported to the USA, Europe, Thailand, the Philippines and Taiwan.
Publish date: 11/15/2019

Lowest life cycle cost was the key to the selection of Cummins QSK60 generator sets for the massive, world-class One Galle Face development by Shangri-La in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The cost analysis focused on the six emergency power generators required for phase three of the development which consists of an international shopping mall and premium office tower. The mall consists of 250 retail spaces spread out over seven floors.

Publish date: 11/15/2019

State Railway of Thailand (SRT) operates one of the largest Cummins-powered rail fleets in the world. More than 400 Cummins engines power SRT locomotives and railcars which move around 40 million passengers a year within Thailand. That’s estimated to increase to 80 million a year within five years when rail expansion work is completed. Cummins’ dominance at SRT is due to one thing: Lowest life cycle costs when compared with two other well-known diesel engine brands in the fleet.

Publish date: 11/15/2019

Time-honoured Japanese company Kato, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of mobile cranes, construction and industrial equipment, was founded 124 years ago – 15 years before Clessie Cummins started on his path to commercialising the diesel engine. It appears that Kato may well have challenged Cummins as a diesel engine innovator as far back as 1923 when the Japanese company began manufacturing its own diesel and gasoline engines.