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.
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.
All the engine makers say they’re ready for ’07. And mostly it’s technology we’ve seen before
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
Excessive underhood heat generated by low-emissions engines is killing engine
accessories. From highwaySTAR, April 2005.