Cummins Technologies Featured on Several Vehicles Displayed at IAA 2016

Cummins components, including engines, aftertreatment and fuel systems are included on several vehicles being displayed by OEMs at the 66th IAA Commercial Vehicles show.

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It's the joy of six for visitors to IAA Commercial Vehicles as Cummins Inc. components can be found in six out of 10 of truck and bus exhibits at what is the 66th occasion of the IAA Commercial Vehicles show.

Components engineered and manufactured by Cummins, including technologies for fuel, aftertreatment and air handling systems, as well as lube and fuel filtration, can be found within almost two thirds of truck and bus models on display at what is the world's leading International Trade Fair for Mobility, Transportation and Logistics.

Held from September 22-29 in Hannover, Germany, IAA Commercial Vehicles is held across 270,000 sq. m and this year welcomes more than 2,000 exhibitors from 52 countries across the automotive world.

At this year's show, Cummins will showcase its newly launched heavy-duty X15 and X12 engines from booth A41 in Hall 16. Introduced to meet the 2017 EPA-GHG regulations in North America, the 15-L and 12-L engine platforms will also meet Euro VI equivalent regulations worldwide. In addition, new engine component technologies that help address global challenges for engine systems, such as the new midrange fuel system and Compact Box aftertreatment solution will be displayed, demonstrating Cummins' unique position to offer integrated solutions.

Suzanne Wells, Executive Director Components Marketing and Sales says, "Cummins is delighted to once again be exhibiting at IAA Commercial Vehicles and we are extremely proud that six out of 10 of the products being showcased feature components manufactured by Cummins. The technologies on show demonstrate Cummins distinguished global position to offer system solutions that meet increasing demands for efficiency and durability while optimising performance."