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Cummins launches online store

Posted on July 3, 2019

Cummins Inc. launched an online store for customers in the U.S. The site, shopcummins.com, will allow customers to choose from more than 200 products at their convenience.

The online store features a variety of parts and products including Fleetguard filters, coolants, and maintenance kits; Valvoline oil; Power Service fuel additives; Webasto air and coolant heaters; Onan RV generator parts; and Cummins batteries.

Online customers can select different shipping options such as free in-store pick up at any local Cummins Sales & Service location in the U.S. Other site features include full site mobile optimization and the ability to register to receive exclusive offers and promotions. The site boasts a hassle-free return policy.

The U.S. site launch follows the successful launch of the Canadian website, which is available in French and English and has many similarities to the U.S. site. Additional products will continue to be added to both sites, regularly.

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