Cummins has announced the appointment of two long time leaders within our Engine Business. Ed Pence will lead our High Horsepower Business and Dave Crompton will lead our newly combined Heavy Duty, MidRange and Light Duty Worldwide Product Business starting February 1.
“The High Horsepower Business is one of our fastest growing and profitable businesses and it is crucial to our Engine Business’ future, and because of that, the next leader must be a capable leader with proven results,” said Rich Freeland, President of the Engine Business and Vice President of Cummins Inc. “Ed Pence has a long history of delivering excellent results and has demonstrated over the years the strong ability to successfully work with existing and new customers to drive this crucial business forward into the future.”
Pence has been with Cummins since 1981 and has held a variety of positions. Starting in 2005, he has been the Vice President and General Manager – Heavy Duty Engine Business. Behind Pence’s strong leadership, we are now in a great position for the Heavy Duty Engine Business to grow globally.
Crompton will be leading the Heavy Duty, Midrange and Light Duty Worldwide Product Businesses. The groups are being combined to help align better with our global partners, the industry in general and to meet the needs of customers.
“Dave Crompton is an experienced leader with the proven capability to not only operate large complex businesses, but also drive transformative change and accelerate growth,” Freeland said. “He has done an outstanding job leading teams to success and will be a major driver in leading the team to success into the future.”
Crompton has been with Cummins for 25 years and served as Vice President and General Manager for MidRange Engine Business the past seven years. Behind his leadership, Crompton led the business through the highest investment cycle in new products and expansion.
Our Company is looking toward the future and leaders like Ed Pence and Dave Crompton will help take us there.
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