COLUMBUS, IN — If you’re one of those who’s been thinking that Cummins is a dead duck, and that’s been the tone of more than a few conversations I’ve joined over recent years, think again. Nothing could be further from the truth.
First off, the company presently maintains an 80% market share in the North American medium-duty market, more than 90% of the school and transit bus markets, and still a decent lead on the class-8 side of things with something like a 40% share through June of this year.
Dead in the water? Not exactly.
Globally, the company is very strong. In 2015 it manufactured more than a million engines in the heavy-duty, mid-range, and light-duty markets — from 50 to 650 hp — and nearly half of them were from its joint-venture partner plants around the world.
All the engine makers say they’re ready for ’07. And mostly it’s technology we’ve seen before
Excessive underhood heat generated by low-emissions engines is killing engine
accessories. From highwaySTAR, April 2005.
Meet CI-4 Plus, the engine lube geared for EGR engines of the 2002/04 spec.
Volvo Trucks North America’s lineup of engines to meet 2007 emissions standards will include 11- and 13-liter models, in addition to a revised version of the 16-liter Volvo D16.
International defines MaxxForce engine lineup.
International’s diesel motors for 2008 mid-range trucks
CHICAGO — Feuding business partners Navistar International and Ford Corp. have entered into a consent injunction in which Navistar will continue shipping 6.4L Power Stroke diesel engines to Ford, and the carmaker will pay, without deductions, for each engine.
WASHINGTON — Those engine manufacturers that have declared selective catalyst reduction (SCR) is the way to go in meeting the tough 2010 EPA engine emission requirements have been handed a blueprint to get the technology certified.
We now have specs for International’s 11- and 13-liter engines.
Expanded truck technician training series gets two new online courses