Eaton Spotlights Aim for Transmission Challenge

Posted on March 23rd, 2016

Following discussions with AIM’s senior vice president, Terry Dimascio, two 2014 Freightliner M2 vehicles were outfitted with early prototypes of the new transmissions and delivered to AIM’s Denver location.

From there LeRoy Casali, regional maintenance director for AIM, and Frank Macri, Denver service manager for AIM, took over the evaluation.

That’s when Casali and Macri decided to put the two vehicles in their rental fleet, where users from a variety of vocations could operate the trucks through a host of applications.

That was perfectly okay with Eaton, because from inception the Procision transmissions were being targeted to meet and exceed the needs of the wide range of medium-duty markets – from pickup and delivery vehicles, school buses and tow trucks, to beverage vehicles and trucks for butchers, bakers and candlestick makers.

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