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5/16/2019 Chamber

Greater Greenwood Chamber Welcomes Cummins



 Today Cummins Chairman and CEO Tom Linebarger, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb, Greenwood Mayor Mark W. Myers, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and Columbus Mayor James Lienhoop together made a series of major announcements as Cummins (NYSE: CMI) celebrates its 100th year in business.

Linebarger unveiled the company’s plans to invest more than $35 million in a professional office building located off Interstate 65, south of County Line Road in Greenwood. The 100,000 square-foot facility will house 500 professional employees averaging a salary of $100,000. Cummins intends to relocate the employees from other facilities and has an option to expand its footprint with an additional office building.

“Cummins is a global leader in power systems with a 100-year legacy of innovation. We’re thrilled to be a part of their next chapter,” stated Christian Maslowski, Greater Greenwood Chamber president and CEO, who also attended the announement.

“Today’s business world is dynamic. Our modern economic development strategies are bolder, regional, and even globally minded. I respect Cummins’ efforts to advance 21st century public policy and economic strategy, and I look forward to partnering with them more closely on these fronts to maximize business success.

The Chamber is proud to welcome Cummins to the Johnson County and Southside Indy business community, at home in Indiana.”