Allison Transmission Holdings Shares Outstanding 2010-2022 | ALSN

Allison Transmission Holdings shares outstanding from 2010 to 2022. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
Allison Transmission Holdings Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2021 107
2020 114
2019 123
2018 134
2017 150
2016 169
2015 177
2014 182
2013 188
2012 186
2011 183
2010 181
2009 181
Allison Transmission Holdings Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2022-06-30 97
2022-03-31 99
2021-12-31 107
2021-09-30 106
2021-06-30 109
2021-03-31 112
2020-12-31 114
2020-09-30 114
2020-06-30 114
2020-03-31 116
2019-12-31 123
2019-09-30 121
2019-06-30 124
2019-03-31 127
2018-12-31 134
2018-09-30 131
2018-06-30 135
2018-03-31 140
2017-12-31 150
2017-09-30 147
2017-06-30 152
2017-03-31 159
2016-12-31 169
2016-09-30 168
2016-06-30 170
2016-03-31 172
2015-12-31 177
2015-09-30 175
2015-06-30 180
2015-03-31 182
2014-12-31 182
2014-09-30 181
2014-06-30 182
2014-03-31 186
2013-12-31 188
2013-09-30 188
2013-06-30 190
2013-03-31 188
2012-12-31 186
2012-09-30 186
2012-06-30 186
2012-03-31 186
2011-12-31 185
2011-09-30 181
2011-06-30 181
2011-03-31 181
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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