Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Allison Transmission is delighted to present the 2023 Allison Transmission Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, where we provide data regarding our environmental performance, our social impacts and our discussions on how we govern these issues.


"Due to our extensive experience and legacy of innovation, I believe Allison is well-positioned to drive the next generation of propulsion solutions that will help our customers and the world reduce emissions and protect our planet. We remain committed to Improving the Way the World Works and are eager to meet the challenges that lie ahead," said David Graziosi, Chairman and CEO of Allison Transmission.


Download Allison Transmission's 2023 CSR Report

About Allison

Allison Transmission is a leading designer and manufacturer of vehicle propulsion solutions for commercial and defense vehicles, the largest global manufacturer of medium- and heavyduty fully automatic transmissions, and a leader in electrified propulsion systems that Improve the Way the World Works. Allison products are used in a wide variety of applications, including on-highway trucks (distribution, refuse, construction, fire and emergency), buses (school, transit and coach), motorhomes, off-highway vehicles and equipment (energy, mining, and construction applications) and defense vehicles (tactical, wheeled and tracked).


Founded in 1915, the company has been headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, since its inception. Approximately 74% of 2022 revenues were generated in North America. Allison is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol ALSN.


With a presence in more than 150 countries, Allison has regional headquarters in the Netherlands, China and Brazil and manufacturing facilities in the USA, Hungary and India. Allison supports customers through approximately 1,600 independent distributor and dealer locations worldwide.


  • Innovation

  • The Allison Team

  • Communities

  • Health + Safety

  • Environment

  • Supply Chain


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  • As the commercial vehicle market begins to transition toward alternative energy solutions, Allison is expanding its product lines to include a similar portfolio of solutions for the electric vehicle market. As with Allison conventional products, one solution cannot cover the breadth of commercial vehicle applications, so the company is developing a portfolio of products designed to meet the needs of the industry.

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  • With more than 3,500 highly skilled employees around the globe, the Allison team is one of the company's most valuable assets. Through Allison's productive and collaborative relationship with the United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), which represents approximately 46% of the company's U.S. employees, Allison has developed employee training that provides team members with the skills necessary to perform at a high level and to advance to roles of increasing responsibility based on seniority and ability.

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Giving back to our Communities

Our cares program facilitates the connection between our employees and non-profit organizations through Volunteering and employee donation matching.

Charitable Contributions, Sponsorships and Volunteering

In past years, Allison Transmission received requests for corporate contributions, community sponsorships and volunteerism from non-profit organizations and fundraisers all year long. These requests came to Allison through letters, phone call or e-mails. To better support these requests, Allison has transitioned to an online request process for new contributions, sponsorships and volunteerism.

Our new process has two steps. First, all requests must be submitted through this link. Second, after you have submitted your request, please send an e-mail to Garrett Bray, Community Relations Specialist, at to confirm your submission.

This year, the window for requests is from Friday, March 1 to Friday, April 12, 2024. After this timeframe, we will not be able to accept requests until the new window opens in March 2025

Allison accepts and considers requests to support programs and initiatives aligned to the following strategic philanthropy causes:

STEM education

Inclusion and Diversity

Immediate relief conditions

Please keep in mind the following when submitting a request for a contribution / sponsorship / volunteerism.

Applicant is a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in good standing with the IRS.

NOTE: Submitting a request does not guarantee a donation / sponsorship.

Organizations will receive an electronic communication confirming receipt of their request and after completing the two-step process.

Organizations will only be granted one contribution / sponsorship per year to help the greatest number of organizations.

Organizations will receive an electronic communication with a response to their request by Friday, May 10.

Under NO circumstances will company-sponsored volunteer events, activities or donations be associated with:

Activities that benefit a single individual or for-profit organizations or foundations.

Organizations that discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, status as a disabled or other protected veteran, or any other protected class.

Political or electoral campaigns.

Organizations presenting a conflict of interest for employees or the company, as defined in Allison’s Code of Business Conduct.


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  • The health and safety of employees and visitors is a guiding principle of Allison Transmission. Allison has in place a wide variety of measures, including training and reporting mechanisms, to ensure that its employees remain as safe as possible. The company is continuously improving its processes and programs to increase safety standards globally. Allison reviews its health and safety metrics regularly, including first-aid, recordable injuries and lost workday case injuries. Manufacturing shifts begin with a daily start-of-shift meeting on the plant floor with a safety message. In 2022, Allison offered over 60 safety training modules and trained over 1,700 employees at its Indianapolis manufacturing operations.

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  • Allison Transmission is dedicated to protecting human health, natural resources and the local and global environment. This dedication reaches further than compliance with the law to encompass the integration of sound environmental practices into its business decisions. In 2022, Allison adopted a global environmental policy to establish Allison’s commitment to protecting the environment, achieving compliance obligations and continually improving environmental performance.

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  • Allison operates an extensive and complex supply chain that provides everything from bulk commodity products to highly specialized components that enable its propulsion solutions to deliver fuel-efficient performance. In addition to the company's commercial and technical requirements for its suppliers, as a supplier to the United States Department of Defense (U.S. DOD), Allison is also obligated to apply certain regulatory requirements to suppliers that support the provision of products and services to the U.S. DOD.

Corporate Responsibility

All over the world, Allison Transmission employees strive to make a difference in the communities where they live and work. We focus our efforts on education initiatives, economic empowerment and engaging our employees as we support their commitment to making a difference.


We are dedicated to helping our communities grow and thrive. Whether we are reducing our trash waste, improving facilities for energy efficiency, reducing fuel consumption, decreasing emissions through our products or volunteering for any number of causes, we want to improve the lives of people around the world.

Charitable Contributions, Sponsorships and Volunteering

Please see "Communities" section above

Ethics Hotline

Allison actively promotes open communication at all levels of the organization, and our employees understand they have an obligation to speak up when they have questions or concerns about potential violations of Allison’s Code of Business Conduct or unethical behavior that could harm Allison or its customers, suppliers and communities. Employees can do this in a number of ways, including telling a supervisor, the human resources department, the Chief Compliance Officer, reporting it online at or by calling the Allison Care Line (1-844-893-1077), a hotline available to employees and the public.


Previous ESG Reports

Review Allison Transmission's previous ESG reports at the links provided below.


2022 Report


2021 Report


2020 Report