Cummins Allison

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Cummins Allison Corp.
Industry Currency and coin solutions
Headquarters Mount Prospect, Illinois, U.S.
Key people
Douglas Mennie

Cummins Allison Corp. is a company which creates currency handling and coin handling systems, including currency and coin counting machines. Its products are primarily used by banks and casinos for counting and sorting money. Cummins Allison was created in 1887 in Mount Prospect, IL. It is the only U.S. owned and operated manufacturer of coin and currency handling solutions, but also has additional offices in North America, France, Germany, Ireland, and the UK.[1][2] In June 2012, Cummins Allison was rated the third most innovative company in Chicago based on number and quality of patents,[3] and the Wall Street Journal has referred to them as "the leading innovator and provider of coin and currency handling solutions."[4]

A U.S. Navy Disbursing Clerk using a Cummins Allison JetScan to count United States twenty-dollar bills.