Insider Reports

QUICK Sign-up

New Content Updates
Educational Webcast Alerts
Building Products/Technology Notices
Access Exclusive Member Content

All fields are required.

<< Back to Facilities Management News Home

<< Power & Communication

Cummins Power Generation Brand Replaces Cummins Onan On Residential, Light Commercial Generators


MINNEAPOLIS  – Cummins Power Generation has announced that it will be pursuing a one-brand strategy for its residential and light commercial standby generators. The company’s air- and liquid-cooled residential and light commercial standby generators were previously marketed under the brand Cummins Onan. Phased in over the next few months, these lines will now be branded Cummins Power Generation.


“This rebranding will help us leverage the strength in the Cummins Power Generation brand, reminding customers that the same brand trusted in some of the largest power applications in the world also powers smaller applications such as homes and small businesses,” said Vivek Malapati, residential and commercial segment leader for Cummins Power Generation.  “The branding strategy also is consistent with global branding for this segment outside of North America.”


For over 94 years, Cummins Power Generation has been supplying reliable power for customers around the world. The company manufactures gas powered generator sets from 5 kW to 2,000 kW and diesel generator sets from 10 kW to 2,750 kW. Providers of essential services like hospitals, data centers and public safety agencies rely on emergency standby power systems to keep functioning during power outages, but homeowners and small businesses also benefit from the safety and convenience of backup power in the event of utility power failures.


Cummins Onan will continue to be an important brand for the company’s line of generators used in recreational vehicles, commercial mobile generators and marine generators.


“Some things that will not change are our excellent product quality, great customer experiences and our overarching brand promise,” said Malapati.


More From 4/17/2014 on FacilitiesNet