Cummins names two new Canadian presidents

by Truck News

VANCOUVER, B.C. & TORONTO, Ont. — Cummins has introduced a pair of new Canadian presidents.

Charles Masters took over the post as president of Cummins Western Canada effective Apr. 1 and will be relocating to Vancouver from the US. He most recently served as executive director, sales, for Cummins Turbo Technologies.

Masters has been with Cummins since 2003, starting his career there with Cummins Filtration. Prior to joining Cummins, Masters worked for Kimberly-Clark in Canada and he is a Canadian citizen. Masters will be relocating to Vancouver in the second quarter of this year, Cummins announced.

Jeff Van Poucke is taking over as president of Cummins Eastern Canada as of May 1.

The 18-year Cummins veteran most recently served as general manager of field sales and support fo the North American engine business. He is a Canadian citizen based in Columbus, Ind. but will be relocating to Toronto in the June 2015 timeframe, Cummins announced.

Van Poucke also spent time leading the North American Power Products business at Cummins Power Generation.

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