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MAN presents TGM refuse truck with Allison 3000 Series™ fully automatic transmission at IFAT 2018

With the series release of Allison transmissions, MAN is fulfilling the request of many refuse management fleets for a further drive configuration that offers outstanding performance, reliability and ease of use under severe driving conditions.

Allison Transmission announces Fred Bohley as next CFO

Fred Bohley has been appointed as Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Allison Transmission, effective June 1, 2018.

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Aurich waste company improves productivity with Allison-equipped DAF side-loader vehicles

The waste management company for Aurich bought Allison transmission-equipped vehicles for greater durability, productivity and reduced maintenance costs. The vehicles can easily endure the tough operating conditions with more than 1,000 stops per work shift.

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Allison Transmission expands reach in electric vehicle market in Latin America

Allison Transmission today announced that Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus will be using the Allison automatic transmission in its fully electric e-Delivery truck.

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Garden Grove flourishes with Allison transmission-equipped trucks

Providing an advantage in swampy and slippery work sites, and better traction in their quarries, Allison fully automatic transmissions are an integral part of fleet operations for Garden Grove.

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Allison Transmission announces xFE models with technology to further increase fuel economy for its 1000 Series™ and 2000 Series™

Previously only available with select 3000 Series™ models, expanded xFE portfolio now enables smaller, medium-duty buses and trucks to also use even less fuel.

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