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Advanced tool control system offers total tool traceability   Print  
ITC is already helping many leading companies strengthen and enhance their existing tool control and anti-FOD procedures, including Rolls Royce in Derby, where the system is installed at its Customer Delivery Centre. Thursday, 25th September 2008

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Aero-Engine Expo 2008 to showcase next-generation Intelligent Tool Control Solution with proximity access and modular construction to support in-house maintenance

Zeroshift will be demonstrating the second generation of its revolutionary Intelligent Tool Control (ITC) product at this year's Aero-Engine Expo in Paris. Driven by customer feedback, the control architecture – now available in a separate slot-in module – will allow users to schedule maintenance without removing the entire tool cabinet from the production environment.


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Car repair bills to be slashed with Caparo Rightfuel   Print  
 Rightfuel from Caparo replaces a vehicle?s existing fuel filler cap to prevent misfuel incidents Thursday, 25th September 2008

Innovative fuel filler device prevents costly misfuel incidents

Drivers faced with expensive repair bills following misfuel incidents can now take preventative measures with the launch of Rightfuel, an innovative, simple, low-cost device from Caparo, that physically stops the wrong type of fuel being added to diesel cars and light commercial vehicles. According to the AA, the number of the motorists who put the wrong type of fuel in their car in the UK has doubled over the last ten years, and now affects an estimated 150,000 drivers.


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Caparo?s Rightfuel could have spared Rooney?s roadside blushes   Print  
Wayne Rooney became one of the 150,000 people who are estimated to incorrectly fill their diesel cars with wrong type of fuel each year Wednesday, 24th September 2008

Wayne Rooney could have spared himself the embarrassment of being rescued from the hard shoulder of the M62 earlier this week if his car had been fitted with Rightfuel, a misfuel prevention device from Caparo. Rightfuel, being launched tomorrow (25th September) at the Green Fleet Awards in London, prevents the wrong type of fuel being added to diesel vehicles. On Monday, the Manchester United and England star filled his wife’s £90,000 diesel Range Rover Sport V8 with unleaded petrol, causing it to stop just one mile later. Rooney now faces a repair bill of up to £6,000 which could have been avoided with this simple device.


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Allison Delivers World Class Support during Summer Olympic Games   Print  
Beijing City Bus equipped with an Allison transmission operating during 2008 Summer Olymic Games Tuesday, 23rd September 2008

Support Team and Equipment deployed to make sure nearly 12,000 Beijing City Buses operate flawlessly transporting Athletes, Press and Spectators to Competition Venues

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, U.S.A — If medals were awarded for outstanding transportation support during the 2008 Summer Olympics, Allison Transmission, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of commercial duty fully automatic transmissions and hybrid propulsion systems, would have taken home the gold.

 


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Allison Expands Global Market Leadership in Parallel Hybrid Drives for Buses   Print  
Second generation Solaris bus equipped with GM-Allison hybrid system operating in Bremen, Germany. Tuesday, 23rd September 2008

Success in North America leads to Increased Sales in Europe as Transit Operators Address High Fuel Costs and Environmental Concerns

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, U.S.A. — Allison Transmission, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of commercial duty fully automatic transmissions and hybrid propulsion systems, continues to be a dominant force in the hybrid bus market both in North America and Europe.  As of August, more than 1,100 GM-Allison two-mode parallel hybrid equipped buses have been delivered to 94 cities worldwide. They’ve driven a total of 134,071,230 kilometers, saved an estimated 16,761,237 liters of fuel and eliminated 43,842 metric tons of CO2 from the atmosphere.  And more GM-Allison hybrid equipped buses are rolling off the assembly line daily.


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Allison Expands Global Network of Trusted Distributor Partners   Print  
Tuesday, 23rd September 2008


New Distributors Who Must Meet Rigorous Standards of Excellence and Service Say They are Proud to Represent the Allison Brand Promise to their Customers.

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, U.S.A. – Allison Transmission, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of commercial duty fully automatic transmissions and hybrid propulsion systems, added six new distributors to its European and Asia Pacific network of trusted partners in the past year.


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Allison Committed to Global Business Growth, Developing New Products   Print  
?Allison Transmission remains focused on developing new and innovative products and expanding business around the world,? says Lawrence E. Dewey, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Tuesday, 23rd September 2008

“During year of transition, Allison has landed new customers and maintained its brand promise while
expanding worldwide operations,” CEO Lawrence E. Dewey says.

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, U.S.A. – Allison Transmission, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of
commercial duty fully automatic transmissions and hybrid propulsion systems, begins its second year as a
stand-alone company committed to both global business growth and developing new products to meet
the diverse needs of its customers.


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Europe?s Inner Cities Breathe Easily: CNG-trucks with Allison Automatic Transmissions ? Good for Environment   Print  
Since June 2008 an Iveco Stralis CNG with Allison automatic 3200 is used in a field test as refuse vehicle at the waste management company of the city of ULM (EBU) Tuesday, 23rd September 2008

Europe’s vehicle manufacturers and fleet managers are relying more and more on CNG-vehicles with automatic transmissions: In waste disposal and distribution vehicles, Allison’s fully automatic transmissions provide environmental benefits and lower operating costs.


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Allison is a Leader in Developing Automatics for CNG Buses   Print  
Tuesday, 23rd September 2008

Allison technology aids CNG-powered buses during launch and cruise; clean operation and quiet
performance pleases fleet owners and passengers.

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, U.S.A. – Allison Transmission, Inc., the world’s leading supplier of commercial duty fully automatic transmissions and hybrid propulsion systems, is also a leading supplier of automatic transmissions for compressed natural gas (CNG) powered buses. Allison has been a leader in developing automatic transmissions for city transit buses for more than 60 years, engineering products for diesel, hybrid and CNG applications to meet a growing worldwide demand for affordable, efficient mass transit.


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MINI owners get affordable specialist expertise   Print  
Bensten Motors joins the growing number of XPart AutoService centres in the country to offer specialist MINI servicing. Thursday, 18th September 2008

MINI owners in Cambridge and surrounding areas can now receive more affordable specialist vehicle servicing for their cars, as Bensten Motors has joined the growing number of XPart AutoService centres to offer specialist MINI servicing. The new service is designed to provide owners with a high-quality, value-for-money alternative to the main dealer facilities currently offered by the manufacturer.


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