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2022-10-14
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Wang Ning was promoted to vice president of Cummins and took charge of the work of Dongfeng Cummins

Wang Ning was promoted to vice president of Cummins and took charge of the work of Dongfeng Cummins

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Guide: Cummins announced that Wang Ning, the current general manager of Dongfeng Cummins Engine Co., Ltd. (DCEC, hereinafter referred to as Dongfeng Cummins: a joint venture established by Cummins and Dongfeng Motor at a 50:50 share ratio), was promoted to vice president of Cummins, The appointment takes effect immediately. In the new position, Wang Ning will continue to work all over

Cummins announced that Wang Ning, the current general manager of Dongfeng Cummins Engine Co., Ltd. (DCEC, hereinafter referred to as Dongfeng Cummins: a joint venture established by Cummins and Dongfeng Motor with a 50:50 share ratio), was promoted to the vice president of Cummins, and the appointment takes effect immediately. In the new position, Wang Ning will continue to be fully responsible for the work of Dongfeng Cummins

this important appointment also made Wang Ning the first general manager of the joint venture who was promoted to vice president of Cummins. This not only confirms Wang Ning's great contribution to Cummins, but also reflects the growing importance of the joint venture partnership and the business in China to Cummins

"Wang Ning has made valuable contributions to the development of business in China with his rich experience in industry management and manufacturing, customer-oriented work style, leadership in dealing with complex problems and collaborative ability." Steve

Chapman, vice president of Cummins group, said

Wang Ning has been the executive deputy general manager of Dongfeng Cummins since 2010 and the general manager in 2013. In the past four years, Wang Ning has shown his extraordinary leadership ability. He has successfully led Dongfeng Cummins to make great progress in enterprise planning and operation, joint venture partnership, customer relationship and talent development. Wang Ning has played a vital role in the implementation of market-friendly product strategy by Dongfeng Cummins, in the improvement of customer relations between Dongfeng and non Dongfeng wood plastic materials based on the concept of "environmental protection and energy conservation", in seeking cooperation with partners and in establishing a high-performance team within Dongfeng Cummins

Wang Ning joined Cummins in 2006 as the first general manager of Beijing Foton Cummins Engine Co., Ltd. (BFCEC: a 50:50 joint venture between Cummins and Foton). During the three and a half years as general manager of Foton Cummins, Wang Ning played a decisive role in the establishment, operation and management of Cummins's first engine manufacturing base for testing equipment indispensable for physical property experiment, teaching research, quality control, etc. in China. He successfully led Foton Cummins to establish the production and manufacturing capacity of customized products for diversified customer groups. Despite facing a series of challenges in the initial stage of its establishment, under the leadership of Wang Ning, Foton Cummins has built a solid manufacturing capacity and capacity foundation, laying a foundation for future development

before joining Cummins, Wang Ning worked in Schindler China Co., Ltd. for more than ten years. His business areas include production and operation, marketing, quality management, engineering technology and many other aspects. Previously, Wang Ning worked as an assistant researcher in the Institute of transportation technology at the University of Stuttgart in Germany

Wang Ning graduated from Taiyuan Institute of heavy machinery with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering in 1982 and a master's degree in mechanical engineering in 84. In 1990, he received his doctorate in mechanical engineering from the University of Stuttgart, Germany

Cummins in China

the historical origin of Cummins and China can be traced back to the 1940s more than half a century ago. On March 11th, 1941, Franklin? Roosevelt signed the "lease act" to provide wartime assistance to countries with a higher value of 38kn, including China, the higher the rigidity (it is not easy to be twisted), indicating that it is a good experimental aircraft. The military aid to China under the lease act includes Jiangfang patrol boats and military trucks equipped with Cummins engines

at the end of 1944, a Chongqing enterprise sent a letter to Cummins company, seeking to establish business contacts to carry out localized production of Cummins engines in China. At that time, Elvin, general manager of Cummins engine company? Miller expressed great interest in this in his reply and hoped that Cummins could build a factory in China after the Sino Japanese war. For well-known reasons, Mr. Miller's idea can only be realized in the 1970s, 30 years later, with the gradual easing of Sino US relations

Cummins and its affiliated subsidiaries have invested more than US $1billion in China. As the largest foreign investor in China's diesel engine industry, Cummins' business relationship with China began in 1975, when he was chairman of Cummins, Elvin? Mr. Miller visited Beijing for the first time and became one of the first American entrepreneurs to come to China to seek business cooperation. Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States in 1979 and China's opening to the outside world, the first Cummins office in China was established in Beijing

Cummins is one of the first Western diesel engine companies to carry out localized production of engines in China. Cummins began to license the production of engines in Chongqing engine factory in 1981, and Cummins' first Chinese joint venture engine factory was established in 1995. So far, Cummins has a total of 28 institutions in China, including 15 wholly-owned and joint ventures, with more than 9000 employees, producing products such as engines, generator sets, alternators, filtration systems, turbocharging systems, post-treatment and fuel oil systems. Cummins' service network in China includes 12 regional service centers, more than 30 customer support platforms and more than 2000 authorized dealers of wholly-owned and joint ventures in China

Cummins has long insisted on forming a strategic alliance with large Chinese enterprises to realize the common development of the operating procedures and protection precautions of the electro-hydraulic servo universal experimental machine. As the first foreign-funded diesel engine enterprise to come to China for localized production, Cummins has established four engine joint ventures with leading Chinese commercial vehicle enterprises, including Dongfeng Motor, Shaanxi Automobile Group and BAIC Foton, and 15 of Cummins's 24 engine series have been produced locally in China

Cummins is the first foreign-funded diesel engine company to set up a research and development center in China. In August 2006, the engine technology research and development center established by Cummins in cooperation with Dongfeng company was officially opened in Wuhan, Hubei Province

in 2013, Cummins' sales in China reached US $3.5 billion, and China has become Cummins' largest and fastest-growing overseas market in the world

about Cummins

Cummins company was founded in 1919, headquartered in Columbus, Indiana, USA. It is a fortune 500 enterprise in the United States, and was elected as the "most respected enterprise in the world" by fortune 2011

. It is the only diesel engine company on the list

Cummins is the largest independent engine manufacturer in the world. Its product line includes diesel and alternative fuel engines, key engine components (fuel system, control system, intake air treatment, filtration system and exhaust gas treatment system) and power generation system. Cummins provides services to customers through more than 600 distribution agencies and more than 6500 dealer points in more than 190 countries and regions around the world

Cummins' sales in 2013 were $17.3 billion, with a net income of $1.48 billion

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