The Cummins Service Training Center in Daventry makes the heart of every engine lover beat faster. All engine types, from the small 2.8-liter engine to the gigantic 95-liter engine used in ships, for example, can not only be viewed there, but also disassembled down to the smallest detail.
For the trainers Werner Schmerbeck and Dominic Busch from the SENNEBOGEN Academy, as well as Julien Müller from the customer service department, the task was to spend a week taking a close look at the X12 and X15 engines. The goal: By the middle of the year, the large engines will also be trained by the academy as part of the Cummins Affiliation in Straubing.
Cummins trainer Gary Watts is convinced:
"You're doing a good job there in Lower Bavaria - you passed the test!"
Back home, it is now up to the three of them to repeat what they have learned, prepare training materials and develop an engine stand for Straubing themselves.