Cummins Inc. has promoted Jason MacLean to vice president, Power Generation Business Unit, supply chain. In his new role, MacLean will also become an officer of Cummins.
According to a press release, MacLean will continue to lead all functions within supply chain of the Power Generation Business Unit, including global manufacturing of generator sets and alternators in 16 locations, purchasing, logistics, order management, planning and supply chain HSE and quality.
“I am pleased to announce Jason’s well-deserved promotion,” said Tony Satterthwaite, president, Power Generation Business, and vice president, Cummins. “Jason has been instrumental in leading important supply chain improvements for the Power Generation business over the past three years and he is a key driver of our forward-looking strategy in this area. Jason will no doubt be a tremendous asset to us as we continue in our effort to achieve supply chain excellence.”
The Cummins Power Generation Business Unit is one of four primary business units of Cummins with a global network of distributors in over 190 countries servicing the commercial, industrial, recreational, emergency and residential segments.
MacLean joined Cummins in early 2006 as part of the Distribution Business Unit. He then moved to Power Generation as director of global supply chain and service before serving as executive director of corporate supply chain for all of Cummins.
He earned an MBA in finance and a masters in international studies in Russian from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and Lauder Institute, and he received a bachelor’s degree in English and Russian from the University of Pennsylvania.