Management & Operations

Cummins names new president for Rocky Mountain Region

Posted on June 14, 2019

Cummins Inc. named Brian Ondre as its new President, Rocky Mountain Region, for Cummins Sales and Service North America. The region serves customers in a wide variety of applications including, agriculture, construction, oil and gas, fire and emergency, recreational vehicles, on highway and transit, defense, rail, and power generation.

In addition, Cummins Rocky Mountain oversees a range of operations in Northern Mexico in support of remote mining activities in the Sierra Madre region. The Rocky Mountain region has approximately 1,000 employees in the U.S. and Mexico.

Ondre joined Cummins Rocky Mountain in 2004. Soon after that, he ran branch operations in the Idaho market, and later, returned to Denver where he eventually became VP, operations for the Rocky Mountain region. In that role, Ondre had branch operational responsibilities in addition to technical support, service excellence, training, and safety.

Ondre was previously executive director, North America business growth and improvement, for Cummins Sales and Service North America, where he developed the Branch Performance Excellence program, which sets basic principles and operating guidelines to build and maintain branch operations that create preference for Cummins products in the marketplace.

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