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Allison Unveils New Online Portal For Product Information

Anyone can log onto the Allison HUB at hub.allisontransmission.com and register for an account to enter the site. For access to additional information, individuals can purchase a subscription through their local Allison distributor.

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Allison Transmission announced the launch of a new online portal designed to make it easier to access Allison Transmission technical and service information.

Anyone can log onto the Allison HUB at hub.allisontransmission.com and register for an account to enter the site. For access to additional information, individuals can purchase a subscription through their local Allison distributor.

The Allison HUB provides a central landing point for access to Allison publications such as parts catalogs, updated technical publications, training manuals and aftermarket marketing resources, according to the company.

The easy-to-use online format is mobile-responsive as well for quick access in the field, the company added.

“Allison Transmission continues to offer technology-based solutions to quickly and efficiently support our customers globally and allow them to work confidently no matter where they are,” said Julie Alfermann, director of global aftermarket products and services. “With this digital one-stop-shop, technical information about an Allison product can be available at their fingertips on a moment’s notice.”

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Allison said it expects the digital platform to benefit thousands of distributors and customers worldwide.

“It doesn’t matter if it’s 3 a.m. in Dubai or 9 p.m. in Indianapolis – registered customers can get the information they seek on Allison products with the click of a mouse,” added Alfermann.

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