Cummins Performance Series


CumminsPerformance has a name
Since our first engine for agriculture was manufactured in 1919, Cummins has powered equipment for some of the world’s leading manufacturers. Around 1 million Cummins engines are in operation around the world in combine harvesters, tractors, sprayers and specialist autonomous equipment.

From 2.8 to 19 liters, Cummins engines are tailored for farm performance, helping you get the job done even in the most challenging environments. Our worldwide service network covers more than 190 countries across 6 continents – we’re there for you, wherever you are.

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The Power Conundrum

Whether its tractors, combines, sprayers or other self-propelled equipment, there is currently little substitute for diesel power. So, against a backdrop of commercial necessity, global climate emergency, new emissions legislation and shifting end-user demands, Ann Schmelzer, General Manager for Agriculture at Cummins looks to the future of diesel.
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Sponsored Content: Cummins Performance Series “Performance that's Cutting Edge”

Cummins: 100 Years of Cummins, 100 Years in Agriculture

This year marks 100 years since 31-year-old farmer’s son Clessie Cummins co-founded Cummins Engine Company in Columbus, Ind. with his employer, banker William G. Irwin.
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Sponsored Content: Cummins Performance Series “More with Less”

Cummins Powers Full Apache Sprayer Range

The AS640, the latest Apache sprayer, is compact and agile. Its Cummins QSB4.5 Tier 4 Final engine delivers 163 horsepower and 466 pound-feet of torque. Weighing in at just under 17,000 pounds, this model provides increased fuel economy and reduced soil compaction.
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