Cummins Turbo Technologies celebrates 25 years of Make in India
CTT develops air handling technology for global customers in a variety of markets, including on-highway, commercial vehicle, industrial, construction, agriculture, marine, and power generation.
Cummins Turbo Technologies (CTT), the global turbocharger solutions provider, has commemorated 25 years in India. CTT hosted a celebratory event on June 25 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.
Inaugurated by chief guest R S Sachdeva, Chief Operating Officer, VE Commercial Vehicles (VECV), the event commenced with the traditional lamp lighting ceremony joined by the senior leadership team of Ashok Leyland and VECV along with the Cummins India Leadership Team including Ajay Patil - Chief Financial Officer, Subramanian Chidambaran, Strategy Leader, Anupama Kaul, HR Leader and Shubhankar Chatterji, Integrated Supply Chain Leader.
This year is a special year for Cummins India as it celebrates 60 years of Cummins’ presence in India as well as 25 years of CTT India. Set up in 1994 as a joint venture with the Tata Group of Companies as Tata Holset, CTT is now a sole subsidiary of Cummins Inc.
Cummins Turbo Technologies (CTT) is a global leader in air handling engineering design, producing the most durable and innovative turbochargers to meet global challenges of emission reduction, fuel efficiency, and total cost of ownership for engines ranging from 3 to 95 litres. CTT's technical facilities in India develop air handling technology for global customers in a variety of markets, including on-highway, commercial vehicle, industrial, construction, agriculture, marine, and power generation.
Anjali Pandey, Vice-President, Engines and Components Business, said: “We started our journey in the year 1994 as Tata Holset with the goal of introducing turbochargers in India. Over the years, we have designed and manufactured 6 million turbocharges for varied applications, collaborating with our customers. As we celebrate this significant milestone, we are committed to continue to add value to our stakeholders by developing technology solutions that truly make a difference. Also, along the way, continue to create an environment that drives the best in our people and care for our communities.”
CTT has facilities at Dewas and Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh in India that produce turbochargers for the Automotive, Powergen, Construction, and Off-highway segments with product lines ranging from high horsepower to mid-range and light-duty. The Dewas plant, spanning 19 acres caters to domestic customers, whereas, the Pithampur facility, spanning 11 acres is in Special Economic Zone (SEZ) exclusively catering to exports for global customers.
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