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July 17, 2014 - Industry News

Eaton to Provide Navistar’s Heavy-Duty Remanufactured Transmissions

The majority of the deliveries, which started July 1, to Navistar’s roughly 350 North American dealers will be Eaton Flex Reman transmissions.

Tags: Eaton, Navistar, Aftermarket, Transmissions, Remanufactured Parts

July 14, 2014 - Industry News

Eaton Adds to Authorized Rebuilder Program

Power management company Eaton recently added Anderson Brothers., Inc. to its Authorized Rebuilder Program.

Tags: Eaton, Transmissions, Anderson Brothers

July 10, 2013 - Industry News

Power Train Service Now Eaton Authorized Rebuilder

Power Train Service, an independent aftermarket parts and service provider, has been named an authorized rebuilder of Eaton transmissions, allowing it to offer a rebuilt transmission with 100% genuine Eaton parts.

Tags: Eaton, Aftermarket, Transmissions, Remanufacturing

April 29, 2013 - Industry News

Daimler Launches Production of DT12 Automated Manual Transmission

Daimler Trucks officials (from left) Ehrhard Thiel, manager for Gaggenau Powertrain Production; Frank Reintjes, head of Global Powertrain, Procurement and Manufacturing Engineering; and Matthias Jurytko, Gaggenau plant manager, with the new DT12 transmission where it is being assembled in Gaggenau, Germany. (Photo by Evan Lockridge)

GAGGENAU, GERMANY -- Managers at Daimler's Gaggenau, Germany, powertrain facility Monday proudly showed off how they are building the new Detroit DT12 automated manual transmission, which will be assembled here until it moves to Detroit brand headquarters in Redford, Mich., in 2015.

Tags: Daimler Trucks, Transmissions

December 10, 2012 - Industry News

Obama Praises Detroit Investment as Daimler Announces American Production of Automated Transmission

President Barack Obama speaks to employees at the Detroit Diesel plant outside Detroit, where the new Detroit automated manual transmission will be built.

President Barack Obama visited Detroit Diesel Corp. in Redford, Mich., on Monday to recognize Daimler Trucks North America's decision to invest $120 million in facilities to build the new Detroit DT12 automated manual transmission and the new Detroit DD15 proprietary asymmetric turbocharger in the United States

Tags: Industry, Detroit Diesel, Transmissions, Michigan, President Obama

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