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Spanish Defense Ministry begins receiving 700 Iveco Defence Vehicles (IDV) equipped with Allison transmissions

Apr 14, 2017

The trucks feature different body types and will be used in a number of configurations for transporting troops, food and medicine, as well as supporting other vehicles. Full Story

Transport company chooses Allison transmissions for reliability with just-in-time deliveries

Apr 04, 2017

When machine parts and industrial components from all over the world must arrive promptly for its customers to avoid a stop in production, Br. Bäver Transport selects the reliability of trucks equipped with fully automatic Allison transmissions. Full Story

Allison TC10® to be available in Kenworth and Peterbilt models this year

Mar 23, 2017

Fully automatic transmission for Class 8 tractors will be available from PACCAR later this year in the Kenworth T680 and T880, and Peterbilt 567 and 579. Full Story

WOMA high-pressure water cleaner with an Allison transmission offers more power and efficiency with less fuel consumption

Mar 09, 2017

Equipped with the Allison 4750, the water jet technology provides advantages in terms of performance, fuel economy, water consumption and ease of use. Full Story

Independent testing proves Allison 2500 transmission delivers 5 percent better fuel economy than Eaton Procision®

Feb 22, 2017

Results of certified third-party testing prove a fully automatic Allison 2500 with FuelSense® provides 5 percent better fuel economy than the Eaton Procision® dual clutch transmission (DCT). Full Story

Eduric Concreteira increases productivity up to 20 percent with Allison-equipped mixer trucks

Feb 21, 2017

Eduric Concreteira prefers Allison-equipped mixer trucks because they prove to be more productive and profitable than manual transmission trucks. Full Story