Cummins To Provide Russian JV With Emissions Tech

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Cummins Inc. said that it will provide emissions technology to a joint venture it runs in Russia.

Cummins, which makes products that include diesel engines, signed an agreement late Friday with KAMAZ Inc. to negotiate a license of Cummins's Euro VI emissions technology.

It will be provided to ZAO Cummins KAMA, the joint venture between the two companies, in order to build cleaner engines for the Russian market. The two companies operate a facility in Chelny, Tartarstan, located 700 miles east of Moscow.

Shares of Cummins were flat at $71.36 in morning trading.