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July 22, 2014

Voith supplying Gillig's Pittsburgh transmissions

Will be delivered later this summer, with final delivery of the buses to the Port Authority of Allegheny County occurring near the end of the year.


October 22, 2013

Voith equips TriMet Gilligs with fuel-saving tech

The SensoTop program enables the transmission’s control system to automatically adapt gear-shifting points based on acceleration, vehicle load and topography of the route.


January 28, 2013

Tests: Voith technology saves fuel use

Savings were achieved across multiple transit authorities and routes varying in elevation and length.


September 19, 2012

Volvo begins I-Shift transmission assembly

A 12-speed, two-pedal, lightweight automated manual transmission, it delivers an exceptional level of productivity by simultaneously maximizing comfort, safety and fuel efficiency.


October 16, 2009

Allison unveils transmissions for Euro market

The new T375 and retarder derivative T375R will compliment the current offerings of Allison mid-range fully automatic transmissions, assuring coverage in this segment for new Euro 5 engines.


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