Power company relocates to new bespoke facility

November 13th, 2019, Published in Articles: Energize

Cummins West Africa has relocated to a new bespoke facility in Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria. The company says the move sends a strong signal that Nigeria is critical to its regional operations. The facility is a modern redevelopment consolidating three Cummins business units to improve operational efficiency. The design is based on the Cummins Smart Office concept, which improves collaboration across teams, provides flexible spaces that meet the diverse needs of the workforce, and promotes diversity and inclusion.

The warehouse can store several hundred Cummins’ gensets. The workshop offers rebuild or overhauling services, and test engines of varying ratings. A noteworthy fact is that customers who opt for Cummins’ zero-hour rebuilds will be eligible for the exact same one-year warranty applicable to new engines and gensets. The facility has been designed in conformance with Cummins’ global standards, and will be a model for other facilities in the Africa Middle East region.

Contact Deepa Rungasamy, Cummins, Tel 011 589-8512, deepa.rungasamy@cummins.com

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