Frank McDonald, vice president and general manager – heavy-duty engine business for Cummins, will retire from the company in April. During his 17 years with Cummins, McDonald, 57, has helped grow key parts of the company’s power generation and engine businesses. He joined the company as vice president and general manager of worldwide operations at the Onan division. In 1992, McDonald moved to the MidRange division, where he helped lead growth as Cummins cemented ties with DaimlerChrysler as the sole produces of turbo diesel Dodge Ram engines. He became vice president – quality in 1999, leading the team that launched the Cummins Six Sigma program. McDonald returned to the engine business in 2001 in the role he currently holds.
Cummins vice president to retire
March 8, 2004