Consolidated Diesel Company (CDC)
Successor Cummins
Founded 1980
Defunct 2008
Headquarters Whitakers, NC, USA
Industry diesel engines
Parent Cummins / Fiat (CNH Global)

Consolidated Diesel Company (CDC) was a diesel engine manufacturer that was founded in 1980 as a 50/50 joint venture between Case Corp, (now CNH Global) and Cummins. It produced Cummins B series, C series and ISL Series engines and engine products for automotive and industrial markets in North America and Europe. In 2008, Cummins purchased Fiat's 50% share (CNH Global) in CDC, and it became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cummins.[1][2][3]

They had a similar venture in the Italy called European Engine Alliance (EEA) which was also dissolved in 2008.

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