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Cummins Filtration Revamps Website Search Tool

May 16, 2016

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Cummins Filtration has launched a new website with a faster search tool to make it easier to find Fleetguard filtration solutions for diesel engines, transmissions and industrial applications.

The site offers a range of improvements over the previous version including the new search tool, which provides faster access to the entire aftermarket catalog of Fleetguard products, searchable by part number or application. Search also includes a feature that provides product literature, videos and related information in addition to part number cross reference details.

Cummins Filtration has also added multilingual support that will accommodate customers that speak English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, German and Chinese.

Other new features include options for locating dealer service and parts locations and the latest Fleetguard news, training resources, social media, videos, technical support as well as the Fleetguard mobile app.

“As a technology leader in the diesel engine market, our goal is to offer customers information about our company and products in the most innovative ways possible,” said Beau Lintereur, executive director of marketing and sales, Cummins Filtration. “We revitalized the web site to create a more user-friendly experience that increases our customers’ overall satisfaction.”

Cummins Filtration is a business unit of Cummins, Inc., that offers OEM and aftermarket filtration solutions for diesel engines, transmissions and industrial applications, including engines ranging from 3 to 100 liters in displacement.

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