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At the beginning of February, 2019 marks 100 years for Cummins – a milestone I am proud of. Just think, it all started with Clessie Lyle Cummins, who at the age of 11, built his first steam engine in rural Indiana. It didn’t stop there. With the support of William G. Irwin, Cummins Engine Co. was founded on the ground breaking technology at the time – diesel.
As we countdown to our 100-year anniversary, we will share a series of stories to highlight the history of Cummins. In this series, we reflect on our rich history of turning challenges into opportunities.
As we countdown to our 100-year anniversary, we will share a series of stories to highlight the history of Cummins. In this series, we reflect on our rich history of turning challenges into opportunities. 
As we countdown to our 100-year anniversary, we will share a series of stories to highlight the history of Cummins. In this series, we reflect on our rich history of turning challenges into opportunities. 
The Charleston (USA) Turbo Plant produced its five millionth turbocharger on Nov. 8, marking a significant milestone at the plant which is on track for a record year of production.   "This plant doesn't just make turbochargers. We manufacture reliability, assurance, dependability and trust for our customers," said Shon Wright, General Manager of Cummins Turbo Technologies. "I commend our employees for their ongoing commitment to our brand promise of innovation and dependability, especially in light of the burgeoning demand on the plant."