Cummins Names Jenny Bush General Manager

(Press Release)
Thursday, December 01, 2011
Jenny Bush: Cummins Marine GM

 Cummins Inc. has named Jenny Bush General Manager for the Commercial Marine Business.

 

Working in close cooperation with the Cummins distributor network, Bush will be responsible for all commercial marine business activities for the Engine Business Unit (EBU) globally, including business development and support. She will be located in Charleston, South Carolina and will report directly to Mark Levett, Vice President of the High Horsepower Engine Business. “Cummins has a wealth of experience within the marine industry and has developed into a large global player under Geoff Conrad’s leadership ” said Bush. “I am looking forward to getting to know our customers and learning how we can help them to succeed with their chosen applications.

 

Jenny Bush has been with Cummins for over 15 years, serving in a variety of leadership roles within the business including service engineering for the oil & gas and automotive markets and distribution technical support in Europe, Middle East and Africa. As the General Manager for Cummins Generator Technologies’ (CGT) European alternator business, Bush grew sales from US$145 million to over US$280 million. Most recently, Bush led global purchasing and operations for CGT, during which time she developed key strategies that delivered considerable cost and efficiency benefits within the supply chain. Bush is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, as well as a Mechanical Engineering graduate with an MBA in International Marketing, both from UK universities. Her unique and diverse background will help the Marine Business develop key strategic growth opportunities and at the same time ensure real customer value. Jenny Bush replaces Geoff Conrad who will serve as the QSK95 Account Executive for Commercial Marine. In this role, Conrad will be responsible for the marketing and product introduction for the new large engine platform announced earlier this month.

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