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Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) announced several leaders were named vice presidents. These appointments are effective March 1, and consistent with the company's approach to succession planning and leadership development to ensure the company is best positioned for continued growth and success.
“These leaders have key roles in shaping our strategy to navigate both short-term challenges and our transition to a decarbonized future,” said Jennifer Rumsey, President and COO, Cummins Inc.
Rob Enright – Vice President, New and ReCon Parts
With this promotion, Enright will continue to lead the New and ReCon Parts (NRP) business, a role he has held since 2016. During his tenure, he has overseen NRP’s strategic and operational performance and led the business to record revenues. As an officer, Enright will also assume responsibility for the supply chain across the Aftermarket and Distribution Business (DBU), which was previously led by Bonnie Fetch, Vice President – Global Supply Chain and Manufacturing. In his expanded role, Enright will continue to report to Bonnie Fetch.
Enright has been with Cummins for nearly three decades and has assumed positions of increasing responsibility across the aftermarket, including both on the commercial and supply chain sides of the business. Beginning his career as a product engineer, he then held roles in operations, account management, business development, parts distribution center plant management (Belgium) and marketing before taking on the role of NRP General Manager. With this promotion and expanded role, he will continue to play a critical role in leading the development of the aftermarket strategy for Cummins’ growth areas and will assume leadership for progressing the DBU and aftermarket supply chain integration with a focus on restoring the health of the supply chain across the aftermarket.
“Rob is driven by delivering on Cummins’ brand promise of innovation and dependability and delighted by how his team works to give new life to Cummins products and keep them running for our customers,” added Rumsey.
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