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Cummins Power was founded in Minneapolis, USA, by D.W. Onan in 1920 and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cummins Inc. en 1992. En 1996, it entered the Chinese market, initially assembling diesel generators with domestically sourced components. En 2009, Cummins Power’s generator assembly plant moved from Beijing to Wuhan, leading to the establishment of Cummins Power (China) Co., Limitado. Globally, Cummins Power operates five standardized production facilities and leverages a robust global network comprising 21 technical research centers, 600 dealers, y 6,000 service stations across 190 countries.
Stringent Quality Control:
Cummins Power adheres to a globally unified standard quality control system throughout the entire process, from new product development to production. This ensures quality at every stage, from raw material procurement to unit production, assembly, and final testing.
Outstanding Control Systems:
Cummins Power’s generator products utilize the PowerCommand control system, providing reliable and economical solutions for digital and interconnected systems. Standard features include digital speed and voltage regulation, as well as analog and digital instruments, digital engine monitoring systems, intelligent start systems, battery monitoring systems, and AmpSentry AC generator protection functions.
Localized Service and Technical Support:
Cummins has established a strong service network covering all of China, with over 3,000 authorized Cummins system dealers. This includes nearly 50 authorized generator set dealers/distributors, 18 provincial-level Cummins customer support centers, and nationwide core component centers and parts depots.
Cummins is committed to responding to customer inquiries within 5 minutes, offering a 24/7 service hotline. They provide timely responses to customer consultations and standard timely maintenance for both routine and challenging faults, allowing customers to track service status throughout the entire process.