Allison Transmission Inc NSN and Aerospace Parts List
Operating Segments: Commercial, Defense
HQ: Indianapolis, Indiana
About Allison Transmission Holdings, Inc.
Allison Transmission Holdings was founded in 1915 in Indianapolis, Indiana. From 1929 until 2007, they were an operating segment of General Motors Corporation. Allison became a stand-alone company in 2008 and has been functioning as one since then. The company went public in 2012, entering the New York Stock Exchange. Allison is a manufacturer and engineer of transmissions and transmission accessories. Allison serves customers in the U.S. as well as Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa.
3R7N9 SH822 4XZQ4
Products, Services, and Platforms
A large majority of the transmissions manufactured by Allison are sold to OEMs. This includes transmissions for Class 4-5, Class 6-7, and Class 8 straight trucks, conventional transit vehicles, shuttles, coach buses, school buses, motorhomes, and tractors. The product line includes the 3000 HS, 4000 HS, and the 4500 HS transmission systems. Allison Transmission provides electric hybrid-propulsion systems for transit buses, which use model type H 40/50.
In Europe, Allison focuses on emerging markets such as the emergency sector, coach, bus, and utility industries. In Asia, the company manufactures transmission systems for transit bus and vocational truck markets which utilize model type xFE transmissions.
Allison developed the first transmission system for tanks in 1946. The company continues to manufacture and distribute transmissions for heavy and medium tactical wheeled vehicle platforms including armored security vehicles, heavy expanded mobility tactical trucks, heavy equipment transporters, palletized loading systems, M915 series trucks, medium tactical vehicle replacements, and the logistic vehicle system replacement. They have also produced transmissions for mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles, the MRAP all-terrain vehicle, joint light tactical vehicles, the Abrams tank, and the M113 family of vehicles.
Allison Transmission’s product portfolio includes the products and services of Allison Brasil Industria, Allison Transmission Australia, Allison Transmission Argentina, Allison Transmission Europe, Allison Transmission India Private Limited, Allison Transmission Korea, Allison Transmission International, Allison Transmission Mexico, Allison Transmission Japan, Allison Transmission Inc, and several others.
Nasdaq identifies Allison Transmission Holdings’ competitors as Ford, Volvo, Caterpillar, Danyang Winstar Auto Parts, Eaton, Fallbrook Technologies, BorgWarner, Anaplan, Honeywell, L3 Technologies, Reng AG, ZF, TTC, Daimler, Johnson Controls, Emerson Electric and Volkswagen, Adient, Adomani, Autoliv, Commercial Vehicle Group, Dana Incorporated, Delphi Technologies, Dorman Products, Garrett Motion, Gentex Corporation, Lydall, Magna International, Meritor, and several others.
Countries of Operation
Allison Transmission Holdings operates in the following countries: Brazil, China, Argentina, Canada, China, Netherlands, Austria, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Russia, Sweden, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Singapore, and Delaware.
CAGE Code : 73342, U6407
Why Choose Us?
Warrantied inventory at competitive prices
Find it fast
Search the world's largest inventory of electronic components by manufacturer, category or part number
We sell only warrantied and traceable parts
Get it fast
All inventory ready to ship from our sellers