Allison Transmission Holdings Operating Income 2010-2022 | ALSN

Allison Transmission Holdings operating income from 2010 to 2022. Operating income can be defined as income after operating expenses have been deducted and before interest payments and taxes have been deducted.
Allison Transmission Holdings Annual Operating Income
(Millions of US $)
2021 $669
2020 $534
2019 $892
2018 $923
2017 $652
2016 $452
2015 $429
2014 $512
2013 $410
2012 $420
2011 $429
2010 $342
2009 $-51
Allison Transmission Holdings Quarterly Operating Income
(Millions of US $)
2022-06-30 $187
2022-03-31 $202
2021-12-31 $176
2021-09-30 $146
2021-06-30 $167
2021-03-31 $180
2020-12-31 $133
2020-09-30 $128
2020-06-30 $58
2020-03-31 $215
2019-12-31 $165
2019-09-30 $224
2019-06-30 $259
2019-03-31 $244
2018-12-31 $207
2018-09-30 $246
2018-06-30 $248
2018-03-31 $222
2017-12-31 $128
2017-09-30 $198
2017-06-30 $177
2017-03-31 $149
2016-12-31 $110
2016-09-30 $104
2016-06-30 $127
2016-03-31 $111
2015-12-31 $37
2015-09-30 $112
2015-06-30 $138
2015-03-31 $142
2014-12-31 $118
2014-09-30 $147
2014-06-30 $132
2014-03-31 $115
2013-12-31 $100
2013-09-30 $111
2013-06-30 $118
2013-03-31 $81
2012-12-31 $54
2012-09-30 $92
2012-06-30 $120
2012-03-31 $155
2011-12-31 $87
2011-09-30 $124
2011-06-30 $120
2011-03-31 $99
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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