VIENNA – General Motors Powertrain-Hungary Ltd., the General Motors Corp. engines and transmissions plant based in Szentgotthard, launches serial production of heavy-duty (HD) Allison transmissions. The company has been assembling Allison medium-duty (MD) transmissions since 2000. “This plant has earned a great deal of well-deserved respect from the Allison community,” says Richard Luke, Allison general director-operations. “The dedicated workforce and the performance provided by the ...

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