Allison Transmission not only invests much financial resources in new technologies and development of top-quality automatic transmissions for a wide range of applications, but also pays close attention to providing a sufficient post-sales support to ensure accurate operation of Allison’s automatics and to keep customers fully satisfied. That’s what Allison’s Mobile Training unit is actually doing in Brazil.

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Allison Transmission, a major provider of commercial duty automatic gear shifting solutions, has recently announced the acquisition of one of its long-term suppliers of aluminum transmission castings, plus an affiliated tool and die maker, in a deal estimated at $103 mln.

HYCET Technology Co., Ltd. ("HYCET"), a Chinese producer of auto spare parts, took part in the European auto exhibition in Frankfurt. The company presented its latest "I-era" powertrain solutions, including its new engine solution, cutting-edge EDS system, DP-EPS unit, and most interestingly its dual-clutch transmission (known as 9DCT).

Transtar Industries, one of the top suppliers of aftermarket transmission components, has recently reported about the takeover deal reached with SeaTac Parts Warehouse, a distributor of transmission and driveline elements located in Kent, Washington. The company will be merged with Transtar’s Kent facility.

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