Cummins South Pacific has announced that Dennis Quinn, Managing Director/General Manager has resigned, and will be leaving the company in mid March.
His replacement is Peter Jensen-Muir who has had over 23 years with Cummins both in Australia and overseas.
Cummins South Pacific is a fully-owned subsidiary of Cummins Inc., the world’s largest independent diesel engine manufacturer.
Gino Butera, Executive Managing Director of Cummins Asia Pacific, said that under Dennis Quinn’s leadership Cummins South Pacific had seen significant sales growth with improved returned earnings.
Quinn is moving on to join an ASX-listed company in the industrial sector. “Cummins is an excellent company with great people and products. I know they will continue to grow and enjoy success in the future,” he said.
Peter Jensen-Muir will move from his current role of Director of Business Operations for Asia Pacific Distribution, having recently returned to Australia after many years with Cummins overseas.
He has an extensive background in commercial, sales and general management roles across a diverse range of regions and countries including Asia Pacific, North and South East Asia, Australia, China, Latin America, North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
He brings to the role a strong blend of knowledge and experience that spans a wide range of market and industry segments, including power generation, recreational marine, commercial marine, mining, rail, trucking, construction and industrial.
“Customers, staff, business partners and suppliers can be assured of a smooth transition,” Butera said. “We remain focused on helping our customers succeed every day by providing the most dependable products and services in the market.”
Cummins South Pacific covers Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific islands and with 40 branches and over 1700 employees is the largest company-owned distribution network for Cummins Inc. outside the US.
Cummins South Pacific serves customers in on-highway trucking, mining, construction, agriculture, marine, rail, utilities and telecommunications through the sales and service of engines, power generation systems and components.