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New leadership for Cummins

Mining leaders making moves

Global power technology leader Cummins has welcomed a new executive managing director to its Asia-Pacific arm.

With over 14 years of experience Cummins, current executive managing director Africa and Middle East, Annie Chu is set to take on the top job from July 1.

Chu will be based in Singapore and will oversee Cummins’ operations in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Southeast Asia, Japan, Korea and the Pacific Islands.

Annie Chu. Image: Cummins

Cummins Asia-Pacific welcomed Chu to the role.

“Her strategic thinking, customer-centric mindset, and teamwork have been evident throughout her career,” Cummins said.

“Chu’s leadership in Africa and the Middle East has been marked by significant achievements, including record financial performance and transformative initiatives to enhance both customer support and employee engagement.”

The announcement follows the retirement of current executive managing director Asia Pacific Peter Jensen-Muir, who leaves behind a legacy of 36 years of dedicated service to Cummins, including 10 years leading the diverse Asia-Pacific region.

With over 9000 locations across the world, Cummins delivers reliable power systems used in critical applications globally.

The company recently engaged Australian Border Force to help identify and stop shipments of counterfeit parts entering Australia.

To differentiate from counterfeit products, Cummins’ new labels feature a Cummins-specific hologram as well as a verification website.

To verify the authenticity of Cummins products using the new label, visit www.cummins.com/genuinepartsauthentication

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