Jakson Power Solutions, a leading Power Solutions company in India along with Cummins, a global leader that designs, manufactures and distributes, engines, generator sets, and related components and technologies, announced the launch of its first Global Training Center and Service facility in India. The facility, a first of its kind in the country, has been set up to impart comprehensive training on Cummins manufactured electronic engines up to 3000 kVA.
Equipped with world-class technical expertise and skill development capabilities, the facilityaims atenhancing end-user experience by providingin-depth training to engineers and technicians of Cummins Distributor Network and end-users on future generation engines and generator sets from Cummins. With a capacity to train 1200 engineers and technicians annually,the facility will provide training solutions on the entire range of the latest Quantum Series from Cummins.The training center is equipped with modern training rooms, a library, an electronics lab and a full-fledged hands-on training area with tear-down engines, live generator sets and display models. Built over an area of over 86,000 sq. ft., the facilityalso houses a world class Service Center which would offer a host of service solutions to its customers. Inaugurating the facility, Pamela Carter, President- Distribution Business, Cummins Inc. said, “The opening of the Global Training Center in India is yet another initiative in keeping with our collective commitment to partner with our customers to help them succeed. Designed to impart knowledge and understanding of latest technologies and products that are increasingly equipped with advanced features, the Center is in line with Cummins’ service strategy in India that aims at continuous enhancement of service capabilities to serve customers most dependably.” Commenting on this launch, Sameer Gupta, Managing Director, Jakson Power Solutions said, “Jakson has partnered with Cummins for more than 30 years now and this is an effective step in taking this relationship to a new level. This facility is yet another initiative for the Industry and demonstrates the dominant leadership position that Jakson and Cummins hold in the market place. The facility has adopted Cummins’ best practices and aims to provide boundary-free access to product information and services that would support the range of futuristic products.”
Sunil Narang, Sr. Director, Jakson Power Solutions who also heads this facility said, “We have launched end user focused programs to improve knowledge and skills of engineers and technicians in the power generation industry. With the industry’s increased focus on adherence to CPCB II norms, Jakson and Cummins are geared with the necessary products and training infrastructure to support future requirements.”
About Jakson Power Solutions ( http://www.jakson.com ) Jakson is one of India’s leading Power Generation Groups. With four companies in its fold, the group has a strong presence in various sectors and has a turnover of Rs.1300 crores. Established in 1945, Jakson has more than 1800 employees with a sales and operations presence across India, Nepal & Bangladesh. The group manages diverse business interests in the areas of Power Generation, Power Distribution, Solar, Electrical Contracting, International business and Hospitality delivering comprehensive services in the market.
About Cummins in India ( http://www.cumminsindia.com ) Cummins in India, a power leader, is a group of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. Its technology and pioneering initiatives are bringing innovative solutions and dependable services at the best possible value to users across the country. Its high performance outlook is based on customer focus, integrity and capability of its people. Part of the US $18 billion Cummins Inc., Cummins in India is a Group of eight legal entities across 200 locations in the country with a combined turnover of Rs. 10,500 crores in 2011 and employing close to 14,500 individuals
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