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Cummins Generator Technologies

Cummins Generator Technologies has been manufacturing alternators under the renowned STAMFORD® and AvK® brands since 1904, setting the industry standard in the 7.5 - 11,200 kVA range.

With six manufacturing plants, based in Europe, Asia and India, manufacture of alternators is to one global standard, so each delivers to the same exacting quality that has come to distinguish our alternators in the industry.

Cummins Generator Technologies is part of Cummins Inc,. a global power leader and Fortune 500 corporation that designs, manufactures and distributes engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems.


1987 - Cummins acquires ONAN and picks up NEWAGE in the transition
2006 - Cummins rebrands all subsidiaries, forming Cummins Generator Technologies in the process
2006 - STAMFORD® and AvK® brands now solely produced by Cummins Generator Technologies.
2007 - Record production year - 190,000 units made worldwide.
2008 - Cummins Generator Technologies India opens new facility in Ranjangaon, India. The facility incorporates an impressive list of sustainable features that minimize its impact on the environment and is Cummins first truly "green" facility.
2009 - Launch of P0, P1 range. The new small range of alternators by STAMFORD®, offering self-excited base machines and optional Excitation Boost System (patent applied for).
2010 - Opening of a 2nd China Manufacturing Plant.
2011 - Launch of anti-counterfeit programme
2011 - Global Headquarters relocates to Peterborough
2012 - Cummins Innovation Centre opens at the University of Nottingham
2012 - Development of the Cummins Motor Generator with CorePlusTM Technology.
2013 - Grid Code Compatible STAMFORD® and AvK® product range launched.
2013 - €12 million investment in capacity expansion at manufacturing plant in Craiova, Romania.
2015 - New STAMFORD® P80 manufacturing facility opened in United Kingdom.
2018 - Alternator Technology Centre opened in Stamford, United Kingdom