Allison is embarking on the next century embracing a philosophy that echoes the past, yet positions the company for the future.
Provide the most reliable and valued propulsion systems in the world to enable our customers to work more efficiently.
This promise is based on Allison’s commitment to five key values:
For 100 years, we’ve built our business on these values and they will continue to serve as the foundation for Allison as we move into the next century. Customers can see the promise coming to life with each new transmission that rolls off the line and into their vehicles.
2014 was a year of innovation for Allison Transmission. Allison introduced both FuelSense® and TC10® as innovative opportunities to improve fuel economy and meet the demands of evolving industries.
An exciting release in early 2014, Allison introduced FuelSense®, a set of unique packages of software and electronic controls for a variety of Allison fully automatic transmissions that improves fuel economy. FuelSense® which was recognized as a 2015 Heavy Duty Trucking (HDT) magazine Top 20 product.
In addition to the release of FuelSense®, Allison also introduced TC10®, a tractor transmission developed for class 8 applications to improve fuel efficiency. After its unveiling, TC10® became a game changer to better suit the needs of the evolving industry.
The shift selectors are capable of displaying two lines of text and languages other than English.
Integrated inclinometer that continuously calculates road grade to enhance overall vehicle productivity and efficiency in stop-start operations.
Enhanced design for faster, more precise processing capabilities, while keeping the same connector and space requirements.
As a special way to honor the many generations of Allison employees who have devoted their careers to this company, Allison is committed to being a good neighbor in its community.
Throughout the centennial year, Allison is sponsoring a variety of community activities including building a home for a family in need. Allison is also dedicated to supporting local education by sponsoring a student essay contest at James A. Allison Elementary School in Speedway, and Allison is also awarding 100 scholarships to local college students.
To pay tribute to James Allison’s original facility on Main Street in Speedway, an Indiana State Historical Marker will be added along with a special celebration event.