COLUMBUS, Ind. — Cummins has revamped the upper management team of its engine business to better focus on strategic initiatives, the company reports.
As a result of the changes, the MidRange and Heavy Duty leadership team is being divided into two separate organizations. Dave Crompton, currently vice-president of midrange engine sales and marketing will take over as vice-president and general manager of the MidRange Engine Business. Crompton has been with Cummins since 1987.
Ed Pence, currently vice-president, Automotive Business, will assume responsibilities as vice-president and general manager of the Heavy Duty Engine Business. Pence joined Cummins in 1981.
“These appointments give the Engine Business leaders who will focus their business on continuous improvement and help the Engine Business achieve our strategic goals,” said Jim Kelly, president, Cummins Engine Business.
In other news, Sean Milloy has been named chief technical officer for Cummins’ Engine Business. The company says he will drive Cummins’ approach to innovative application of technology. He will also continue in his leadership role in the MidRange Engineering segment.
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