TPL Celebrates 20 Year Partnership with Cummins
- December 25, 2015
- Posted by: TPL Administrator
- Category: TPL News
Trade Promoters Limited, the sole distributor for Cummins Power Generation generators in Sri Lanka recently celebrated “20 years with Cummins” at the Cinnamon Grand in the midst of their distinguished clients and well wishers. Established in 1976, TPL has been the sole authorised distributor for Cummins Power Generation since 1992.
“I am extremely proud to be celebrating this long standing relationship with a Fortune 500 company such as Cummins,” said Rohan Fernando, Chairman of Trade Promoters Limited. “Their support and partnership throughout the years has enabled us to build trust with our partners and deliver technology people can depend on. As a result, we are now the largest supplier of generators in Sri Lanka, and we hope to build on this success in the next 20 years.”
In addition to the 250 guests from the business community, representatives from Cummins Power Generation S. Kusumapala (Territory Manager for South Asia), Mark Vanderkolk (Director- Power Systems) and Don Puar (Director – Power Products) joined TPL to celebrate this milestone.
TPL has secured many significant international and local contracts to supply power solutions to design, supply, install and commission generators and switchgear. Cheval Blanc, the luxury hospitality brand developed by Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH) recently selected TPL to install Cummins Power Generation (CPG) generators as the main source of power for a luxury resort in the Maldives. During the recently concluded ICC World Twenty20 cricket tournament held in Sri Lanka, Cummins Power Generation generators were used to power the floodlights at the three World Cup venues in Colombo, Kandy and Hambantota.
Cummins Inc. is the world’s largest independent manufacturer of diesel engines and produces over 1 million engines per year. In Sri Lanka, Cummins engines are used on trains, on transfer cranes and trucks at the port, on patrol boats and crew transport craft, on construction equipment, buses and large haulage trucks, and on Cummins Power Generation generators across all sectors including office and apartment buildings, factories, hotels, hospitals, banks, telecom and homes.