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Cummins Inc. honored by Diesel Progress

Posted on December 17, 2007

Cummins Inc. has received the 2007 Newsmaker of the Year award from Diesel Progress magazine, for its continued commitment to communicating advancements in diesel engine and emissions technology.  

The award honors the company, person, technology, market or industry topic that made the most news during the year, and highlights three technology announcements: the launch of the 2007 Dodge Turbo Diesel, the first engine to meet 2010 heavy-duty diesel regulations; the company’s heavy-duty and mid-range products for the North American EPA 2010 emission standards; and the product to meet the Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB regulations, which will take effect in 2011.  

The award is featured in the December issue of Diesel Progress.

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