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Cummins: Engine rebuilds help fuel mining sustainability

Cummins has said a US$10 million specialised rebuild facility opened in Krakow, Poland last month targets significant anticipated demand for sustainably sourced high-horsepower engines in the mining sector.

 QSK60s can be upgraded to the latest diesel technology at overhaul time

QSK60s can be upgraded to the latest diesel technology at overhaul time

The company's first European Master Rebuild Centre will focus on remanufacturing Cummins' high horsepower engines ranging from 19 to 78 L, with a horsepower range of 450 to 3,500. This includes Cummins'...

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