Case Studies

These case studies demonstrate our commitment and success in providing customers like you with improved power solutions through world-class innovation in a number of industries. Cummins will partner with you to solve your unique challenges, as we have in this selection of success stories from around the world.

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Australian cotton is considered some of the best in the world for quality and yield. Under a joint venture agreement, CSD (Cotton Seed Distributors) and CSIRO have invested more than AU$70 million in cotton breeding and research since 2007 and by 2024 this investment will reach AU$140m in total. The key challenge now for CSD is providing varieties to meet the demands of the burgeoning cotton industry as new varieties can take up to 13 years to bring to market.
Tim and Marney O’Brien own and manage 40,500 hectares (100,000 acres) of irrigated and dryland farm property in the Pilliga and Cryon regions of north-west New South Wales, Australia. In just over 12 months, the O’Briens installed nine Cummins power units as they upgraded and developed the irrigation process for 4,050 hectares (10,000 acres) of their land for cotton farming. In addition, they have approval to develop a further 1,012 hectares (2,500 acres) for cotton.
When Canetec (Queensland, Australia) introduced its new Cummins QSL9 powered AX7500 cane harvester, it claimed it would set new standards for operating efficiency. Greensill Farming was Canetec’s first AX7500 customer and we visited them to find out exactly what they thought.
Overview Challenge: Provide an emergency standby power system solution that would support the expansion of the water treatment plant in Oman approximately doubling capacity from 57,000 to 125,000 m3/ day for the treatment plant and from 130,000 to 260,000 m3/day for the pumping station using a “single-window system” capability.
Overview Challenge: Ecologically sensitive city required reliable standby power for sewage collection system upgrade to increase safety and reduce the risk of sewage backup. Cummins Solution: Seven Cummins generators ranging from 20 kW to 200 kW, with a sound-attenuated enclosures and compact footprint
Overview Challenge: A large regional water treatment plant wanted to ensure that water would continue flowing to more than 200,000 residents even if the electric utility failed. Solution: Cummins provided a complete standby power system solution that includ
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