History of TransAxle

TransAxle was formed in 1979 with a single location in Cinnaminson, NJ. We have steadily grown to a 24 location, remanufacturing and distribution business focused on serving the commercial vehicle and industrial markets.

Our primary business is the recovery and remanufacturing of drive train related components (transmissions, differentials, hydraulic pumps and motors). We have added the distribution of most name brand products consumed in the fleet business. We are authorized distribution partners with ArvinMeritor, Eaton, Dana, Bendix, and over 50 other OE product lines that are crucial to your operations.

The business was acquired in 2006 by Graham Partners – a middle market Private Equity firm located in suburban Philadelphia, PA. Since the acquisition, TransAxle has been able to speed our growth by making additional acquisition and funding the entry into additional product lines.

Throughout our history, the principal difference from competition is the knowledge and expertise of our people. TransAxle was one of the first to employ a strategy of having Product Managers in the distribution business. This laser like focus on the suppliers, applications and issues associated with the various product categories allows TransAxle to offer a range of solutions that are fact based and customer specific.

We take this expertise to the market through a 35 person field force that are actively focused on the end customers on a daily basis.

 

Timeline of TransAxle’s Major Events

Year Event
1979 TransAxle Corp. established
1982 Expand to 65,000 sf. facility in Cinnaminson, NJ
1986 First branch location opened in S Hackensack, NJ
1987 Enter Off Highway market
1987 – 1998 Opened 11 New Locations
2002 T/A Powertrain launched in Raleigh, NC
2002 Founded TRC – Allison facility
2003 Opened Richmond, VA branch
2005 Opened Charlotte, NC branch
2005 First OE Supply Agreement – Daimler
2005 ISO certification achieved at TRC facility
2006 TransAxle acquired by Graham Partners
2007 Opened Greenville, SC / Acquired MTP
2007 Entered Light Duty market
2007 Opened Hartford, CT
2008 Opened Knoxville, TN
2008 Received Allison Certification
2009 Earned WM and Pepsico contracts
2010 Acquired New England Transmission
2010 Open New TRC facility – Pennsauken, NJ
2010 Launched Off Highway in Raleigh, NC
2011 Opened Williamsport, PA branch
2012 TransAxle selected as “Remanufacturer of the Year” by APRA
2012 TRC Wholesale only division is founded
2013 Acquires Adelman’s Truck Parts in Cleveland, OH
2013 Acquires Hurricane Truck Parts in Atlanta, GA
2013 TransAxle selected by Eaton as First Authorized Rebuilder in North America
2014 TransAxle Middle East is launched with partners OWS Auto in Dubai, UAE
2015 Named one of two Allison Authorized Rebuilders in North America
2015 Aquires Drive Train Remanufacturing assets from FleetPride
2015 Enters into long term supply agreement with FleetPride to provide, substantially, all transmissions and differentials across North America