Cummins overhauls management as president, COO retires

Wealthy Freeland

Cummins introduced Wednesday that its President and COO, Wealthy Freeland, will retire after 40 years with the corporate.

As a part of Cummins’ successions plans, the next management appointments are additionally happening, all of that are efficient October 15.

Distribution President Tony Satterthwaite will succeed Freeland as President and COO.
Parts President Tracy Embree will succeed Satterthwaite as Distribution Enterprise President.
Chief Technical Officer Jennifer Rumsey will succeed Embree as Parts Enterprise President.
Jim Fier will succeed Rumsey as Chief Technical Officer.

“I need to personally thank Wealthy for his many contributions to Cummins and his friendship and assist over the 25 years I’ve recognized and labored with him,” mentioned Tom Linebarger, Chairman and CEO, Cummins Inc. “He is likely one of the best leaders in Cummins historical past due to his capacity to attach with prospects, develop our workers, and his deep understanding of practically each aspect of our enterprise.

“Equally spectacular to me is that Wealthy has achieved these items in an unassuming, humble method. He has an unrelenting dedication to our core values and all the time makes the best selections for our enterprise, for our folks and our communities. His optimistic influence is huge, and Wealthy will likely be missed by many, many individuals inside and outdoors of Cummins.”