Cummins Has Announced it Will Not be Exhibiting at Brisbane

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Due to the continuing impact and uncertainty that COVID-19 has on all aspects of business and lives globally, Cummins has announced it will not be exhibiting at Brisbane Truck Show in 2021.

“As a result of the current climate, Cummins has made the difficult decision to not exhibit at the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show,” said Mike Fowler, Cummins On-Highway Director and General Manager. “This decision was not made lightly and the entire team at Cummins appreciates and acknowledges the importance of engaging with customers and business partners at what is the industry’s largest bi-annual event. The recent COVID-19 outbreaks and immediate reactions of state governments to close borders during the holiday period was a stark reminder of just how dynamic the situation is.”

In a statement Cummins restates that it remains 100 per cent committed to the Australian trucking industry and as such will look for ways to engage with customers and participate in the event virtually. Right now, the company says it believes the best way to show its commitment to customers and the trucking industry more broadly is to keep its energy and resources focused on delivering industry leading service and support.

Cummins has announced it will not be exhibiting at Brisbane