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FOR A COMPANY to be around for a century, and for customers and staff to stay loyal for decades, it must be doing something right.

That might sound like an advertising blurb but there was genuine affection for Cummins at a recent gathering to celebrate 100 years since Clessie Cummins started experimenting with three-horsepower diesel engines in Columbus, Indiana, in early 1919.

The event was part of the Australian Trucking Association’s Technology and Maintenance Conference (TMC) held recently in Melbourne.

“The Cummins engine has been very good to us over a long period of time,” said Kenworth bulk

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