Today, the Columbus Engine Plant (CEP) recieved the ISO 50001 Energy Management System certification. The internationally recognized certification is the first in Cummins history and Cummins joins only a few other manufactoring companies to recieve this certification in the United States.
Launched in 2011, ISO 50001 includes internationally recognized requirements for effective energy management systems, an important element in assisting companies to establish and meet goals for energy performance and greenhouse gas reduction. CEP is one of just a few manufacturing sites in the United States to receive the ISO certification.
“Designing and implementing the processes for the ISO 50001 standard has taken a focused effort from many people” said Jeff Caldwell Executive Director – Viking Program and General Manager – Global Pickup/Van Business. ”We believe the energy savings at CEP will be important to our future cost and resource effectiveness and our certification will help serve as a model for other Cummins plants to follow.”
Contratulations to the employees at CEP for the great work they do! They are well deserving of this presitgious certification and further enforcing the commitment Cummins has to helping the environment.
For more information, read the press release in its entirety.
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