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Allison Transmission

allisontransmission.com

Founded Year

1915

Stage

IPO | IPO

Date of IPO

3/15/2012

Market Cap

4.25B

Stock Price

46.04

Revenue

$0000 

About Allison Transmission

Allison Transmission (NYSE: ALSN) manufactures fully-automatic transmissions for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, medium- and heavy-tactical U.S. military vehicles and hybrid-propulsion systems for transit buses. Allison transmissions are used in a wide variety of applications, including on-highway trucks (distribution, refuse, construction and fire and emergency), buses (primarily school and transit), motorhomes, off-highway vehicles and equipment (primarily energy and mining) and military vehicles (wheeled and tracked).

Headquarters Location

One Allison Way

Indianapolis, Indiana, 46222,

United States

317-242-5000

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Allison Transmission Patents

Allison Transmission has filed 450 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Automotive transmission technologies
  • Gears
  • Automobile transmissions
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

11/6/2020

1/10/2023

Pumps, Fluid dynamics, Automotive transmission technologies, Transmission Control Protocol, Hydraulics

Grant

Application Date

11/6/2020

Grant Date

1/10/2023

Title

Related Topics

Pumps, Fluid dynamics, Automotive transmission technologies, Transmission Control Protocol, Hydraulics

Status

Grant

Latest Allison Transmission News

Rally truck equipped with Allison Transmission wins Dakar 2023

Jan 25, 2023

Rally truck equipped with Allison Transmission wins Dakar 2023 written by LLB Reporter 25th Jan 23 12:14 pm Team De Rooy has won the truck division of the 2023 Dakar Rally with an Allison-equipped truck. Almost 25 trucks that competed in the 2023 Dakar Rally and all Top 10 trucks were equipped with Allison Automatics, the majority of which were Allison 4000 Series™ transmissions. The 45th running of the world’s toughest annual motorsport competition featured daily extreme temperatures and terrain. The rally raid began December 31st 2022 on the shores of the Red Sea, crossed Saudi Arabia and concluded on the sands of the Arabian Gulf in Dammam on January 15th. The 2023 Dakar Rally covered a total distance of 8,549 kilometres, of which 4,706 km were timed in the form of special stages. “Our goal was to win this Dakar and we succeeded. Well done to Janus, Marcel and Darek for winning the rally, and to Martin van den Brink and his son Mitchel, who did a fantastic job ranking third and fourth, respectively,” said Gerard De Rooy, Team Captain and Owner, Team De Rooy. “This Dakar was one of the toughest ones I can remember and one with many surprises. With the Allison fully automatic transmission the teams were able to drive full speed and with full power to the wheels through the toughest terrains.” The Allison 4000 Series™ transmission is designed for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles and is widely used around the world by heavy-duty construction, refuse, fire and rescue trucks as well as defense vehicles. “Allison is proud to provide Dakar competitors with robust fully automatic transmissions that deliver superior reliability, manoeuvrability, acceleration and industry-leading performance. Additionally, Allison Authorized Distributors, including Drive Line Systems (DLS) in the Netherlands and NIMDA in the Czech Republic, play a key part in the success, having collaborated closely with the Dakar Rally teams throughout the years,” said Sjoerd Vos, Director of Marketing, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Allison Transmission. “There’s no motorsport rally more demanding than Dakar, and Allison automatic transmissions once again demonstrated their proven ability to perform in a variety of demanding conditions, including steep hills, sand dunes and soft ground.” Allison fully automatic transmissions include several features that make them the ideal propulsion solution to meet the unique demands of motorsport competitions. The company’s patented torque converter smoothly multiplies engine torque, delivering more power to the wheels for faster acceleration and greater maneuverability, specifically on sandy and muddy terrain. In addition, Allison’s Continuous Power Technology™ eliminates the power interruptions that occur when gearshifts are made by manual or automated manual transmissions (AMTs). The transmissions automatically shift at the right time, taking into account payload, surface grip and grade, allowing for smooth, full power shifts. “This technology protects the components of the vehicle and reduces driver fatigue. Being able to focus without having to shift is critical in rally racing where drivers need to keep both hands on the steering wheel and both eyes on the track every second. Allison’s integral retarder provides additional advantages to drivers including helping vehicles slow down with less wear on the braking system. It also reduces heat build-up in the wheels and tyres, which is a key benefit during Dakar when vehicles are driving on deep sand and in high temperatures. This helps to extend the life of the tyres, reducing time consuming maintenance during the rally. All of these benefits are realised by drivers as they navigate the 15-day cross-country race and find that Allison fully automatic transmissions can withstand the extreme conditions. Leave a Comment

Allison Transmission Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Allison Transmission founded?

    Allison Transmission was founded in 1915.

  • Where is Allison Transmission's headquarters?

    Allison Transmission's headquarters is located at One Allison Way, Indianapolis.

  • What is Allison Transmission's latest funding round?

    Allison Transmission's latest funding round is IPO.

  • Who are the investors of Allison Transmission?

    Investors of Allison Transmission include Carlyle and Onex.

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