Cummins Emission Solutions Announces New Plant Dedicated to High-Horsepower Aftertreatment Production

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Cummins Emission Solutions is excited to announce its new Cummins Mineral Point East (CMPE) plant, dedicated to high-horsepower aftertreatment production.

The new plant, located on the company’s current manufacturing campus in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, will produce a full line of high-horsepower products, including a range of EcoFit™ Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems meeting U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Tier 4 Final and European Union (EU) Stage IV regulations, and the EcoFit Dual Fuel Diesel Oxidation Catalyst supporting Tier 2 compliance. All of these products target engine manufacturers with needs of 751 hp (560 kW) or greater for a variety of off-highway applications.

General Manager - Global Off-Highway Business, Marina Savelli, talks about high-horsepower production.
General Manager – Global Off-Highway Business, Marina Savelli, talks about high-horsepower production.

“Our new CMPE plant is a direct reflection of our innovative mindset and ongoing commitment to meeting customer needs,” said Srikanth Padmanabhan, Vice President and General Manager of Cummins Emission Solutions. “While the plant is equipped for large-size aftertreatment solutions and quality production, our business has also placed an equally strong focus on employee and building safety.”

Vice President & General Manager, Srikanth Padmanabhan, addresses CMPE launch guests.
Vice President & General Manager, Srikanth Padmanabhan, addresses CMPE launch guests.

Capabilities at the advanced facility include large-scale manufacturing and prototype areas to support increased production volume and demand, as well as a state-of-the art technical collaboration space featuring interactive SMARTBoard™ technology for connecting engineering teams throughout the many Cummins locations.

To read the full release and learn more about Cummins Emission Solutions, visit cumminsemissionsolutions.com.

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