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Allison Transmission Recognized by Daimler Truck NA

DTNA recognized Allison Transmission as one of its top component and service suppliers for the fifth time.

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Allison Transmission, one of the largest global manufacturers of medium- and heavy-duty fully automatic transmissions for commercial vehicles, has been named a recipient of the 2020 Masters of Quality award from Daimler Truck North America (DTNA), North America’s largest heavy-duty truck manufacturer.

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The annual award program recognizes DTNA suppliers that have received high scores based on their quality, delivery, technology and cost-performance as measured on a balanced scorecard basis. The named suppliers demonstrate dedication to continuous improvement of the quality of their products, support of DTNA and overall performance. This is the fifth time Allison has received this elite award from DTNA.

“The commitment of all our valued suppliers who deliver for us, and for the fleets who keep the world moving, is appreciated and felt now more than ever,” said Jeff Allen, senior vice president of operations and specialty vehicles for DTNA. “We are pleased to recognize this year’s Masters of Quality award recipients and are honored by their dedication and partnership.”

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“We are proud to receive this award from DTNA as it demonstrates Allison’s commitment to manufacturing high-quality, reliable and durable transmissions that increase customer efficiency and productivity, during an unprecedented and challenging time for our industry,” said Rohan Barua, Vice President of North America OEM Sales, Global Channel and Aftermarket for Allison Transmission. “We look forward to continuing our longstanding partnership with DTNA to deliver industry-leading propulsion solutions built on years of reliable performance and customer-inspired innovation.”

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