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Cummins Creating 350 Jobs at Columbus, Indiana, HQ

Cummins is expanding its Columbus, Indiana, headquarters, creating at least 350 jobs by 2012. The company will invest $5.25 million on an 83,000-square-foot facility for its engineering and design department.

"Our success in our global markets has a direct benefit to Indiana where we are creating the kind of high-paying professional jobs that strengthen our community," said Cummins chairman and CEO Tim Solso. "Simply put, growth in international markets like India, China, and Brazil create jobs in Indiana."

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) offered Cummins up to $5 million in performance-based tax credits. The IEDC is also working with local educational institutions to provide assistance to training initiatives that will support the company's growth.

Cummins designs, manufactures, sells, and services diesel engines and related systems.

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