The visiting Nigerian delegation was mainly made up of select stakeholders from financial institutions, FMCG’s, engineering, manufacturing, construction and logistic sectors. They were all afforded a first-hand experience of the dynamic technical workings and operations of Cummins Power Generation factories.
Speaking on the stakeholder engagement, Mr. James Amenah, Sales Manager, Cummins West Africa Limited conveyed that the visit was an avenue to highlight the deep commitment of the Cummins brand to global best practices while creating value for stakeholders.
“Cummins remains committed to improving product and service efficiencies. We are constantly innovating on our engineering capabilities to engender a stronger, more competitive brand which underscores the mission and values Cummins represents.”Amenah said.
The Cummins factory which is located in the South east of England produces a wide range of Cummins products ranging up to 3.5 MW.
Vinod Vig; Chief Technical Officer Income Eletrix one of the participants invited by Cummins to have a tour of its Kent factory commended Cummins for its dedication to providing world class products and service over the years. “The Cummins standard as exhibited in its factories gives us confidence in their products which improves the quality of service we deliver resulting in sustained customer loyalty and an improved bottom-line”.
The tour of the plant was meant to showcase the production process of the world class products available to the Cummins brand, while engendering stakeholder interests.
Cummins is a global power leader that designs, manufactures, distributes and service diesel and natural gas engine and related technologies including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. Cummins was founded in Nigeria as Cummins West Africa in 2007 and delivers round the clock service support for its products.