Allison Transmission Holdings Gross Profit 2010-2022 | ALSN

Allison Transmission Holdings gross profit from 2010 to 2022. Gross profit can be defined as the profit a company makes after deducting the variable costs directly associated with making and selling its products or providing its services.
Allison Transmission Holdings Annual Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2021 $1,145
2020 $998
2019 $1,394
2018 $1,422
2017 $1,131
2016 $864
2015 $934
2014 $976
2013 $842
2012 $954
2011 $955
2010 $828
2009 $620
Allison Transmission Holdings Quarterly Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2022-06-30 $311
2022-03-31 $320
2021-12-31 $305
2021-09-30 $261
2021-06-30 $288
2021-03-31 $291
2020-12-31 $253
2020-09-30 $254
2020-06-30 $165
2020-03-31 $326
2019-12-31 $298
2019-09-30 $348
2019-06-30 $389
2019-03-31 $359
2018-12-31 $338
2018-09-30 $368
2018-06-30 $374
2018-03-31 $342
2017-12-31 $288
2017-09-30 $302
2017-06-30 $290
2017-03-31 $251
2016-12-31 $218
2016-09-30 $204
2016-06-30 $227
2016-03-31 $215
2015-12-31 $222
2015-09-30 $236
2015-06-30 $236
2015-03-31 $239
2014-12-31 $256
2014-09-30 $259
2014-06-30 $239
2014-03-31 $223
2013-12-31 $211
2013-09-30 $206
2013-06-30 $226
2013-03-31 $198
2012-12-31 $194
2012-09-30 $224
2012-06-30 $252
2012-03-31 $284
2011-12-31 $222
2011-09-30 $258
2011-06-30 $245
2011-03-31 $230
2010-12-31
2009-12-31
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto & Truck Original Equipment Manufacturers $3.140B $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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