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Taylor Machine Works and Cummins to integrate hydrogen engines into Taylor lift trucks and container handlers

Cummins and Taylor Machine Works, a leading US manufacturer of heavy industrial lift equipment, signed a letter of intent with plans to integrate the Cummins 6.7-liter and 15-liter hydrogen engines into the Taylor product line. This collaboration will help realize the decarbonization goals of industrial steel, wood products, concrete, oil and gas, and port operations markets.


6.7-liter hydrogen engine

For 96 years, Taylor has been committed to meeting the material handling needs of its global industrial customer base, while focusing on its own generational workforce and surrounding communities. Cummins engines power a large portion of more than 100 different models of Lift Trucks manufactured by Taylor for the heavy lift industry.


15-liter hydrogen engine

Taylor is working to develop low and zero-carbon solutions across its entire product line. This effort includes Battery Electric trucks, hydrogen fuel cell trucks, and now Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engines (H2ICE).

Hydrogen combustion engines will create a zero-carbon fueled solution that provides cost-effective equipment for high load factor, high utilization applications. Key benefits of using this technology include enabling a more-timely solution to reduce carbon emissions without sacrificing productivity.

Adding H2ICE to the mix of zero-carbon solutions will also reduce the load required from already stressed utility grids. Finally, commonalities with traditional internal combustion equipment will provide solutions that are dependable, as well as easy to service and maintain.


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