Captain Rick: Cummins, the world’s largest producer of diesel technology with $1.85 billion in 2011 sales, announced that it will cut as many as 1,500 jobs by the end of 2012 because of uncertainty regarding the direction of the global economy. Cummins employs about 44,000 people worldwide. Based in Indiana, it also has factories in Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina and several overseas. It instituted a global hiring freeze after a recent drop in sales in North America, China and Brazil.
Cummins to cut 1,500 jobs by end of 2012 due to weakening global economyPosted: October 10, 2012 in China, Corporations, Economy, Jobs, Manufacturing, Unemployment
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