Cummins is announcing a $33 million dollar investment in Columbus with up to 75 new jobs. At an event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this afternoon, Cummins announced that it would be upgrading the Columbus Engine Plant on Central Avenue, making it the corporate hub and  primary North American manufacturing center for the company’s newest business segment, Electrified Power. According to company officials, the company plans to add up to 75 new positions by the end of 2021 that will pay an average hourly rate higher than the county’s and state’s average. Founded in 2018, the Electrified Power business designs and manufactures fully electric and hybrid powertrain systems along with innovative components and subsystems to serve commercial markets as they adopt electrification. Hiring for a variety of positions will begin in the near future. Interested applicants may learn more and apply online.  

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