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Navistar to offer an Allison transmission standard with new International® MV Series truck

Allison has announced that the company’s fully automatic transmission will come standard on International’s new medium-duty vehicle, the International® MV Series.

Prevost / Nova Bus to offer FuelSense 2.0 technology from Allison Transmission beginning in March

The fuel-saving technology delivers up to 6 percent additional fuel savings beyond the company’s original FuelSense software.


Allison Transmission announces David S. Graziosi as next CEO

The board of directors for Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ALSN) today announced that President and Chief Financial Officer David S. Graziosi will succeed Chief Executive Officer Lawrence E. Dewey on June 1, 2018.

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Aomori Airport upgrades emergency response fleet with new, larger Allison-equipped Rosenbauer fire fighting vehicle

Aomori Airport in Tokyo recently took delivery of an aircraft rescue fire fighting truck, equipped with two Allison 4800 automatic transmissions and Continuous Power Technology™ which enables the truck to reach 80 kph in no more than 25 seconds.

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Nearly 45,000 Allison-equipped vehicles are improving productivity in South America

The number of fully automatic Allison transmissions for commercial vehicles in South America continues to increase as companies recognize and embrace the advantages.

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Terberg electric truck uses Allison transmission to maximize productivity, launch with GCW up to 65 tons

For nearly two years, SCHERM Group has used a 100-percent electric Terberg YT202-EV terminal tractor with an Allison fully automatic transmission to efficiently deliver materials to the local BMW Group plant.

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