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Publish date: 11/26/2018

Read the latest issue of Cummins Commentary to find out about the happenings in the world of Cummins both locally and globally. Learn how Tassie shipbuilder strikes with Cummins’ most powerful engine, the QSK95.

Publish date: 10/24/2018
Like the famous mountain in Tanzania, Africa, the Australian-built Kilimanjaro family of fast passenger ferries is reaching great heights. As the 3,600 hp Cummins engines are lowered into the catamaran’s aluminium hull, Toby Richardson and Ron Devine nod their approval – a defining moment in the construction of Kilimanjaro VII, the first fast passenger ferry in the world specified with Cummins QSK95 engines.
Publish date: 10/24/2018
The project to supply Rio Tinto with more than 230 remanufactured Cummins QSK60 truck engines for its massive iron ore operations in Australia is well underway, with the 50th power module recently delivered to the mining giant. Rio Tinto is upgrading its Komatsu 830E and 930E haul truck fleet in the Pilbara iron ore region in Western Australia with the latest technology QSK60 engines which are being supplied by the Cummins Master Rebuild Centre in Perth.
Publish date: 08/01/2018

Cummins power is behind an impressive irrigation system at a new almond orchard development in the NSW Riverina. The big money momentum fueling almond orchard expansion in Australia shows little sign of slowing. Australia is the second largest producer of almonds in the world, with 10 million plus irrigated almond trees in the Murray Darling Basin and a continuing dramatic increase in greenfield developments in Victoria, NSW and South Australia.

Publish date: 07/20/2018

Fuel-sipping Cummins is a big performer at leading merino stud. Cummins’ smallest diesel engine, the QSF2.8, is delivering big cost efficiencies for Paraway Pastoral Co at its iconic Pooginook property in the NSW Riverina region. One of Australia’s leading merino studs, Pooginook produces more than 1200 merino rams annually. The property comprises 19,656 hectares (48,570 acres) of native and irrigated grazing land and is one of 23 pastoral enterprises operated by Paraway in Queensland, NSW and Victoria.