Conexus’ new president and CEO, Fred Cartwright, has held a variety of innovation-focused leadership positions in the manufacturing industry, including at Allison Transmission, General Motors and an automotive research facility affiliated with Clemson University in South Carolina.
Allison Transmission raises sales forecast amid ongoing pandemic recovery
The Indianapolis-based manufacturer said it expects 2021 net sales to range from $2.33 billion to $2.48 billion. That’s an improvement from the guidance the company issued in February.Read More
Allison Transmission expects revenue, profit to rebound this year
Allison Transmission’s fourth-quarter financial performance exceeded analysts’ revenue expectations but fell short of profitability forecasts.Read More
Allison Transmission turns quarterly profit despite 49% decline in revenue
Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. on Tuesday reported second-quarter earnings that surpassed Wall Street expectations but revenue that fell short.Read More
Allison Transmission sees first-quarter profit, revenue decline
The Indianapolis-based manufacturer took a blow in the first quarter due to the pandemic, but still turned in results that exceeded analyst expectations.Read More
Although its financial performance hasn’t yet recovered to pre-pandemic levels, the Indianapolis-based manufacturer’s third-quarter financial results exceeded analysts’ expectations.
The new center, on the manufacturer’s Speedway campus, can simulate extreme heat and cold as well as a variety of altitudes and road conditions.
The company, which shut down some of its production lines beginning March 30, said the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing it to cut 272 jobs.
Allison said it’s suspending some of its local production lines because the coronavirus outbreak has disrupted supply chains and weakened customer demand.
Indianapolis-based Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. on Wednesday reported lower fourth quarter revenue and earnings than a year ago, but the results beat Wall Street predictions.
Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. on Wednesday announced third-quarter earnings and revenue that surpassed Wall Street expectations.
Allison, which makes automatic transmissions, acquired one of its long-time suppliers, plus a company that makes tools for that supplier.
Allison attributed the increase in sales to higher demand in the North America On-Highway and Outside North America Off-Highway end markets.
Officials said the new project, combined with the Vehicle Environmental Test, or VET, facility announced earlier this year, would create more than 300 jobs altogether at Allison.
The Indianapolis-based company announced Tuesday that it has acquired England-based Vantage Power and the electric vehicle systems division of Michigan-based AxleTech International in two separate deals.
Officials for the Indianapolis-based transmission giant tell city officials that the project would create 193 jobs that pay an average of $20.39 per hour, as well as help it retain current employees.
Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. announced Thursday that it plans to build a multimillion-dollar vehicle-testing facility in Speedway that will be the only one of its kind in the Midwest.
Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. saw sales rise 10 percent in the fourth quarter, capping a record year for the Indianapolis-based manufacturer.
Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. raised its guidance for the rest of the year after reporting solid sales and profit growth in the third quarter.
Allison Transmission is concerned its specialized combat-vehicle transmission production line, which accounts for more than $100 million in annual revenue, is under threat.
The Indianapolis-based manufacturer of automatic transmissions saw sales growth in all of its market segments.
Allison Transmission Holdings’ incoming CEO sees development of fully electric heavy trucks as a longer-term project.
G. Frederick Bohley, a 27-year veteran of Allison Transmission Holdings Inc., has been named chief financial officer of the Indianapolis-based public company.
The Indianapolis-based transmission manufacturer reported higher-than-expected revenue and profit in the latest period.