Independent engine maker Cummins Inc. announced that its headquarters of Columbus, Ind., will be the primary North American manufacturing center and corporate hub for its electrified power business with a significant presence at the Columbus engine plant.
Cummins was founded in 1919 in Columbus, Ind., and employs 10,000 people in the state.
The company will also locate a new office building to serve as a hub for digital and information technology employees in Greenwood, Ind. And the company is expanding its distribution business headquarters in Indianapolis.
“I am pleased to partner with the governor and city and community leaders to plan for future growth across Indiana so Cummins can continue to have a positive impact on the economic and social vibrancy of our Indiana communities for years to come,” said Cummins Chairman and CEO Tom Linebarger. — Transport Topics