Cummins reassures customers

By Leila Steed20 March 2020

Engine manufacturer Cummins has reassured its customers that it can and will continue to support them in the ongoing pandemic.

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In a statement addressed to customers, Alok Joshi, executive managing director at Cummins Distribution Europe, said, “Cummins continues to monitor the situation and any reports or requirements from the World Health Organisation and government organisations across the region.

“We have also activated our Global Crisis Response Team to ensure that we are taking appropriate measures to protect our customers and employees from the virus.”

In addition to educating staff on the risks and signs of Covid-19, Cummins is executing “rigorous cleaning procedures” for all its sites. The procedures include the cleaning of its technician tools and the devices used to service customer equipment.

Joshi added that the company had the “resources and plans in place” to ensure its customers’ needs would continue to be met as the situation changes.

He said, ”We know your business is top of mind and I want to assure you that our focus and unwavering dedication will continue.”

More news on the impact of the coronavirus on the construction industry and equipment manufacturers is regularly updated here.

 

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