2001 - New factory opened in San Louis Potosi, Mexico for the production of alternators to 850 kVA. Business transfered from Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
2001 - Joint venture with Sawafuji Electric Company of Japan to manufacture and distribute 2 pole alternators from 0.1 kVA to 15 kVA at the MARKON site in Oakham, United Kingdom.
2001 - Sales and customer benefit-oriented restructuring of the business lines.
2001 - Consolidation of AvK SEG and NEWAGE.
Brussels announcement Newage AvK SEG May 2001.
Newage and Sawafuji Electric sign JV agreement August 2001.
New company launched at Powergen Europe.
October 2001 - NEWAGE and AvK SEG complete the business combination. The announcement was made jointly by Newage Managing Director Steven Zeller and AvK SEG Chairman Werner Schmitz at the PowGen Europe Exhibition in Brussels on May 30th. Final approval was issued by the German Cartel office on October 11th 2001.
May 2006 - Newage AvK SEG changes it's name to Cummins Generator Technologies, in line with the Cummins branding strategy.
October 2006 - Cummins sells SEG to Woodward Governor of the US.
CUMMINS GENERATOR TECHNOLOGIES
2007 - Record production year - 190,000 units made worldwide.
April 2008 - Cummins Generator Technologies India opens new facility in Ranjangaon, India. The facility incorporates an impressive list of sustainable features that minimize its impact on the environment and is Cummins first truly "green" facility.
September 2009 - Launch of P0, P1 range. The new small range of alternators by STAMFORD, offering self-excited base machines and optional Excitation Boost System (patent applied for).
2010 - Opening of a 2nd China Manufacturing Plant.
2012 - Development of the Cummins Motor Generator with CorePlusTM Technology.
2013 - Grid Code Compatible STAMFORD and AvK product range launched.
2013 - €12 million investment in capacity expansion at manufacturing plant in Craiova, Romania.
2015 - New STAMFORD P80 manufacturing facility opened in United Kingdom.