Cummins Inc. recently appointed Amy Davis as both vice president and president of the New Power segment. Davis will replace Thad Ewald, who established and incubated the New Power segment and will continue to lead strategy and corporate development for Cummins.
“New Power is important to our future as we establish ourselves as a global leader in electrified and hydrogen fuel cell powertrains, and I am confident Amy is the right person to lead this business segment,” said Tom Linebarger, chairman and CEO of Cummins. “As I welcome Amy to this role, I also want to thank Thad for his initial leadership of this business and acknowledge his contributions.”
The New Power Segment, which includes Cummins’ electrified power and hydrogen portfolios, represents Cummins’ investment in future by using materials and technologies that have less impact on the planet. In the past five years, the company has developed and acquired capabilities in electrified powertrains, battery design and assembly, battery management, fuel cell, and hydrogen generation.
Davis joined Cummins in 1994, most recently serving as vice president of the filtration business. Previously, she served as president of the Cummins Northeast distributor, manager of the European bus business, marketing communications for the engine segment, and executive director of the medium duty truck and bus business.
Originally posted on Trucking Info