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Allison Transmission promotes Otto Szalavari to managing director of global marketing

Allison Transmission today announced the promotion of Otto Szalavari to managing director of global marketing. He will be instrumental in driving growth through ongoing implementation and refinement of the company’s marketing strategy.

Allison reaches milestone with production of the 500,000th transmission in its 4000 Series™

Allison Transmission today announced the production of its 500,000th fully automatic 4000 Series™ transmission.

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Allison Transmission-equipped Mercedes-Benz Antos debuts at IFAT

With an OM 936 engine at 7.7 liters and 260 kW (354 hp), the 26-ton Mercedes-Benz Antos recently debuted with a fully automatic Allison 3000 Series™ transmission at IFAT, the world's leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, May 30-June 3.

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Allison Transmission to showcase its products at AgroActiva 2016

Fully automatic Allison transmissions will also be featured in vehicles on display from leading industry manufacturers

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Allison displays fully automatic transmissions for military vehicles at Eurosatory 2016

Visitors to this year’s Eurosatory, the Land and Air-land Defense and Security show held in Paris from June 13-17, will see an Allison X200™ cross-drive transmission for tracked military applications, as well as a 3000 Series™ transmission for wheeled military applications, at the Allison Transmission exhibit in the USA Security and Defense Pavilion (stand C518).

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Distribution company quickly expands its investment in Allison-equipped vehicles

After purchasing its first Allison-equipped truck just six months ago, haulage contractor Flygfrakt has already bought an additional three vehicles with fully automatic Allison transmissions.

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