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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 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.

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Paris City Hall adding Allison-equipped natural gas vehicles to its public fleet

Delivery of 11 Iveco and Renault trucks began in the spring. Powered by natural gas, the vehicles are equipped with fully automatic Allison transmissions.

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Transnugon increases efficiency of natural gas vehicles with Allison transmissions

Transport company’s Scania liquefied natural gas trucks with Allison Automatics reduce fuel consumption by an extra 7 percent.

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Fourth generation family business selects Allison-equipped vehicles for a variety of benefits

Björklunds Åkeri, a construction business in the Stockholm area, recently purchased its first Allison-equipped vehicles for better maneuverability, acceleration, driver recruiting and less maintenance.

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