Allison Transmission Holdings Cash on Hand 2010-2022 | ALSN

Allison Transmission Holdings cash on hand from 2010 to 2022. Cash on hand can be defined as cash deposits at financial institutions that can immediately be withdrawn at any time, and investments maturing in one year or less that are highly liquid and therefore regarded as cash equivalents and reported with or near cash line items.
Allison Transmission Holdings Annual Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2021 $127
2020 $310
2019 $192
2018 $231
2017 $199
2016 $205
2015 $252
2014 $263
2013 $185
2012 $80
2011 $314
2010 $252
2009 $153
Allison Transmission Holdings Quarterly Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2022-06-30 $122
2022-03-31 $145
2021-12-31 $127
2021-09-30 $261
2021-06-30 $238
2021-03-31 $295
2020-12-31 $310
2020-09-30 $251
2020-06-30 $434
2020-03-31 $114
2019-12-31 $192
2019-09-30 $152
2019-06-30 $153
2019-03-31 $324
2018-12-31 $231
2018-09-30 $221
2018-06-30 $96
2018-03-31 $195
2017-12-31 $199
2017-09-30 $210
2017-06-30 $85
2017-03-31 $120
2016-12-31 $205
2016-09-30 $165
2016-06-30 $364
2016-03-31 $299
2015-12-31 $252
2015-09-30 $148
2015-06-30 $217
2015-03-31 $265
2014-12-31 $263
2014-09-30 $208
2014-06-30 $127
2014-03-31 $160
2013-12-31 $185
2013-09-30 $152
2013-06-30 $227
2013-03-31 $121
2012-12-31 $80
2012-09-30 $82
2012-06-30 $112
2012-03-31 $193
2011-12-31 $314
2011-09-30
2011-06-30
2011-03-31
2010-12-31 $252
2009-12-31 $153
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto & Truck Original Equipment Manufacturers $3.650B $2.402B
Allison Transmission Holdings, Inc. is the largest producer of fully-automatic transmissions for medium and heavy-duty commercial and heavy-tactical U.S. defense vehicles.?The firm offers electric hybrid and fully electric propulsion systems. It serves On-Highway, Off-Highway end markets in/outside N. America. Within the On-Highway market, it serves fully-automatic transmissions, majorly catering class straight trucks, conventional transit, shuttle and coach buses, school buses and motorhomes. Its Off-highway market products serve in energy, mining and construction applications. It supplies transmissions for Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, Light Armored Vehicle, Stryker Armored Vehicle, Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle, Heavy Dump Truck, Heavy Equipment Transporters, etc. Its Service Parts, Support Equipment and Other end market comprises own-branded service parts and transmission fluids, aluminum die cast components, extended transmission coverage, royalties, saleable engineering and support equipment.
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