Transmission Technologies Corporation

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TTC sales and technical center, Plymouth, Michigan

Transmission Technologies Corporation (TTC) is an American manufacturer of automobile transmissions, best known for their TREMEC line of manual transmissions. The company has a sales and engineering office in Plymouth, Michigan, and production facilities in Querétaro, Querétaro Mexico, Loppem, Zedelgem Belgium, Taluka - Khed, Pune India and Knoxville, Tennessee. TTC is owned by KUO Group, which is based in Mexico City.[1]

Some of the most famous TREMEC products were originally designed by Borg-Warner, including the widely used T-56.



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