CUM

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AcronymDefinition
CUMCumulative
CUMCome
CUMCumberland (Amtrak station code; Cumberland, MD)
CUMCumana, Venezuela (Airport Code)
CUMCubic Meter
CUMCubic Metre
CUMCummins Engine Company (stock symbol)
CUMCommunauté Urbaine de Montréal
CUMCommunauté Urbaine du Mans (French: Urban Community of Le Mans; Le Mans, France)
CUMCentro Universitario Franco Mexicano (Mexican school)
CUMCentre Universitaire Méditerranéen (Nice, France)
CUMCentro Universitario Montejo (Spanish; Mexican school)
CUMCentro Universitario Metropolitano (Guatemala)
CUMCysto-Urétrographie Mictionnelle (French: Urinary Cysto-Urethrography)
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A customer of Cummins Engine Company, a western truck fleet, was experiencing frequent engine failures.
These issues, together with the financial arrangements for the programme, are set out in a formal memorandum of agreement signed by Cummins Engine Company and the university.
Volvo GM Heavy Truck Corporation (Greensboro, North Carolina) has reached an agreement with Cummins Engine Company (Columbus, Indiana) to offer natural gas engines as an option on Volvo Xpeditor[R] trucks for the refuse market, which will be available in January 1996.
Earlier, a technology transfer agreement had been signed between Cummins Engine Company and Pakistan Motorcar Company, in which Cummins granted PMC a licence to manufacture their engines in Pakistan.
Branch Walton is director of corporate security for Cummins Engine Company, Inc., in Columbus, Indiana, and an adjunct associate professor at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
The Hyundai Cummins Engine Company (HCEC) will produce engines in the MidRange 5.9-litre to 8.9-litre displacement range, to be used in Hyundai excavators, wheel loaders and industrial equipment built in Ulsan and other Hyundai manufacturing bases.
Meanwhile, the Trade Union Award for Lifelong Learning was won by Cummins Engine Company in Darlington.
Its work with Cummins Engine Company Ltd, of Darlington, provides a good example of the potential benefits.
(CWI), through its parent Cummins, Inc., and Dongfeng Cummins Engine Company, Ltd.
The prominent design, development and distribution building is let to the UK subsidiary of USA based Cummins Engine Company. Fifteen years remain on the original twenty five year lease.
The 50 engine parts - each worth pounds 300 and about 20lb in weight - were destined for the Cummins Engine Company, in Daventry, before they went astray.