Cummins Onan and Cummins Recreational and Light Commercial Marine Join Forces at METS in Holland

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METS Trade Show

Cummins recently attended the Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS) in Amsterdam, Netherlands. METS is an international business to business trade show and this marked the 25th anniversary of the show. More than 19,000 visitors from around the world attended this year. We take pride in being “One Cummins” and for the first time, Cummins Onan and Cummins Recreational and Light Commercial Marine presented together.

“Since the dissolution of Cummins Mercruiser Diesel (CMD) in April 2012, we are putting a lot of effort in introducing the Cummins brand and product range into the European Recreational and Light Commercial Marine markets”, says Michael van Eggermond, Recreational and Light Commercial Marine & Onan Sales Manager for Benelux and Central/Eastern Europe. “We recognize that the new distribution channel, product range and support model requires clear, intensive communication. METS provided an excellent platform to increase the market awareness of our product range and service network.”

Cummins displayed the renowned QSB5.9-M which attracted lots of onlookers from the 19,000 fans in attendance. The exhibits were anchored by two Onan gensets.

While cruising on the water is a relaxing experience, Cummins gave presentations on how to make your experience even better by explaining how to reduce marine generator noise.

“Acoustic noise has long been one of the key issues facing the marine industry,” said Shashikant More, senior mechanical engineer at Cummins Power Generation. “Cummins Onan has spent decades in research, design and optimization to manufacture the quietest generator sets in the industry. In these seminars we will share what we have learned.”

We are always trying to make your marine experience even more enjoyable!


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