Cummins breaks ground for new consolidated facility

On Thursday 26 October, Cummins Southern Africa broke ground at the site of its planned facility in Waterfall City, Midrand. Once completed, the facility will consolidate Cummins’ four existing Gauteng-based facilities in a single, central location.

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Artist’s impression of completed consolidated facility.
Image credit: Cummins

The new premises will include the Cummins Southern Africa Regional Operations, the Master Rebuild Centre, the current Cummins Longmeadow Branch and the Technical Training Centre. The long-awaited, state-of-the-art building is due for completion in October 2018, with full occupancy achieved in early 2019.

Cummins Southern Africa MD Thierry Pimi spoke to Robyn Grimsley about the company’s plans for the facility and the region.



Managing director of Cummins Southern Africa, Thierry Pimi, explains the rationale behind the company’s decision to invest in a state-of-the-art facility in Waterfall City, Midrand. Video credit: Interact Medai Defined 


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