Cummins Breaks Ground on Technical Center
Engine maker Cummins Inc. is about to start building a new technical and office center in southern Indiana.
As reported by the Evansville Courier & Press, company executives and local officials recently took part in a groundbreaking ceremony in Seymour for the headquarters of Cummins’ high-horsepower division.
Engineers from several locations will be based at the $70 million center, and more than 600 people could be working there when it is completed next year.
Ed Pence, vice president and general manager of Cummins high-horsepower engine business, said the new center in the city about 50 miles south of Indianapolis will help streamline development.
“The new tech center will be home to all of the high-horsepower engineering team in southern Indiana,” Pence said. “This center of technical excellence will allow us to rapidly launch new products and services that will help differentiate us from the competition.”
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