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  • ATSG: Supporting an Industry
    Wednesday, November 1, 2017 12:00 AM
    ATSG’s Pete Luban and Wayne Colonna in the shop where teardown and research is done in preparation for the seminars and bulletins the company produces in a role of reference library and hotline technical consultant to the transmission repair aftermarket.
  • Transtar: Reforming Relationships
    Sunday, October 1, 2017 12:00 AM
    After reacquisition of Transtar Industries, the leadership team consist of familiar faces: Kevin Rozsa, Vice President of Supply Chain; Monte Ahuja, Chairman & CEO; Neil Sethi, President & COO and Tom DeMille, Vice President Sales & Marketing. The team says that they are forward focused on strengthening the supplier-employee-customer network of relationships that long-guided the company’s growth and success.
  • Aftermarket Answers: Rockland Standard Gear
    Wednesday, September 6, 2017 9:03 AM

    On The Cover: Rockland Standard Gear Team: George Kreppein, Brian Johnston and Mike Weinberg posed with their trade-show display that includes a Magnum Tz that replaces Viper T56 units and the Magnum TR6060 Tranzilla rated for 850 ft/lbs of torque.

    Time has passed quickly for Rockland Standard Gear partners Brian Johnston and Mike Weinberg. Forty years ago, Weinberg was offered the opportunity to purchase a transmission shop. He found a couple of partners in Johnston and his late brother Eugene opening All Transmission in Rockland County, New York.

  • ATI: Performance Made Personal
    Thursday, August 3, 2017 10:41 AM
    “ATI Performance Products Inc., has been around a long time,” says CEO J.C. Beattie, Jr. “The start was a little transmission and general repair shop in Silver Spring, Md., where my dad (Jim Beattie) was in business with a partner for the first few years. That shop, ATI Transmission, is still in business there today. The business was a small general repair type shop with a large fleet customer, Yellow Cab in D.C. There was a lot of transmission work there, Powerglides at first and later 350s and 400s.
  • Genuine! - Ford Powertrain throughout North America
    Thursday, July 6, 2017 2:34 PM
    Remanufactured units, rebuild kits and anything else needed for powertrain in a Ford manufactured vehicle is available from local Ford and Lincoln dealerships throughout North America. (From left) Al Kin Jr., Transmission Digest Editor Ed Peaco and Jeff Kaut examine the contents of a Motorcraft master kit at the Campbell Ford parts counter.
  • Hayden: Cool Stuff
    Wednesday, June 7, 2017 2:10 PM
    Engineering Manager Archibald Pinto and Marketing and Product Manager Ron Miller for Hayden brand products show off the current assortment of coolers, fan clutches and cooling accessories made and marketed by their division of Standard Motor Products.
  • Raybestos: Extending the Brand
    Wednesday, May 3, 2017 10:53 AM
    A few years ago Transmission Digest reported on the acquisition of Raybestos Powertrain and sister company, Allomatic Products, by the Monomoy Capital Partners Group. Since that time a management team has been assembled and a company with long history in both OE and aftermarket segments of the powertrain industry has continued to develop and bring to market friction clutch plates and related product lines.
  • Dartco: Big Units - Big Business
    Friday, March 31, 2017 4:40 PM

    Dartco CEO J.R. Sellars with freshly cleaned Allison hard parts that will be sold as used, or after further processing, as remanufactured components.

    “Dartco serves about 2,500 different customers over the course of a year. Of that we have 300-400 who are consistent customers; those who are ordering on a daily or weekly basis from us,” explains the company’s CEO, J.R. Sellars.

  • Annual Buyer’s Guide & Powertrain Industry Directory in Five Parts
    Wednesday, March 8, 2017 3:16 PM
    Preparing for the March issue IS the busy time of the year at Transmission Digest. We present a traditional industry buyer’s guide and a directory of the powertrain aftermarket showing supplier companies of parts, tools, services and equipment that chose to be listed by returning survey forms.
  • Precision International: All In The Bag
    Thursday, February 9, 2017 1:55 PM
    At the Yaphank, Long Island facility of Precision International, warehouse plant department heads and supervisors gather at one of the company’s main packaging lines.
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