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Navistar to offer Allison TC10® transmission with Cummins X15 engine for International® LT® Series, and Allison 3000 with A26 engine for RH™ Series trucks

Navistar has announced the Allison TC10® will be available with the Cummins X15 engine for its International® LT® Series of heavy-duty, long haul trucks, and the Allison 3000 Highway Series™ will be available with the International A26 engine for its RH™ Series of Class 8 regional haul tractors.

Allison Transmission to provide fleet managers with connected capabilities

Allison Transmission has partnered with multiple North American telematics service providers to deliver transmission health information by year-end.

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Allison transmission enables DP Åkeri to be more productive with a smaller engine

When DP Åkeri recently invested in a new Scania G 490 8x4 off-road truck, the company chose a smaller engine with a fully automatic Allison 4000 Series™ transmission to maximize productivity.

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Public transportation in Eskişehir becomes more comfortable with Allison transmissions

As part of an ongoing plan to ensure their bus fleet offers the most comfortable ride, Eskişehir Metropolitan Municipality decided to equip their 20 new ISUZU Citibus vehicles with fully automatic Allison transmissions.

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Extra heavy-duty trucks featuring Allison transmissions expand Megatranz fleet

A market leader in transporting large and extra heavy-duty parts and equipment, Megatranz Transportes has added two Allison transmission-equipped Kenworth C500 trucks to its fleet.

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Allison selected by ReTech to provide transmissions for a growing variety of specialty vehicles

Allison Transmission has been selected by ReTech, a leading Korean road equipment manufacturer, to expand the number of fully automatic transmissions it supplies for the company’s specialty vehicles.

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