Stainless-steel cab on lightweight work truck from Navistar
Navistar moves away from EGR strategy to SCR, joining its competition and beginning work on building an EPA certified engine.
DARTMOUTH, NS- Atlantic Canada International truck dealership, East Coast International Trucks (ECI), has switched ownership.
WARRENVILLE, Ill. — Navistar International has decided to organize its truck segment into four business units: North American Truck Operations, Global Truck Operations, Global Bus Operations and Navistar Defense.
CHICAGO — In a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed today, Caterpillar Inc. and Navistar International say they intend to pursue global on-highway truck business opportunities and cooperate on a variety of engine platforms
International DuraStar and WorkStar get new features, options
Navistar is recalling more than 2,800 model year 2013-2014 International ProStar sleeper cab vehicles manufactured Dec. 12, 2012, through Aug. 8, of this year, that are equipped with feature code 16XSA, 16XSB, 16XSC or 16XSD chassis skirts.
TORONTO — It may not believe in SCR technology as an emissions solution for North America, but Navistar is apparently going with the aftertreatment strategy on its engines in Brazil.
Coming Navistar program reads engine data, anticipates maintenance needs
LISLE, IL – Navistar International has announced that it will combine its existing in-cylinder emissions technology with liquid-based aftertreatment.
LISLE, IL -Navistar Financial Corporation (NFC), has secured $100 million in funds through one of its relationship banks.
CHATHAM, Ont. — Local politicians in Chatham, Ont. are eager to meet with Navistar officials in an effort to figure out the future of the community’s truck facility.
SPRINGFIELD, OH — A tentative deal between General Motors Corp. and Navistar International Corp. has fallen through, according to a county official.
Navistar’s new TerraStar 4×4 model expands product breadth in class 4/5 market
Navistar reports a fourth quarter 2013 net loss of $154 million, or $1.91 per diluted share. But still, that’s good when compared to the fourth quarter 2012 when Navistar reported a net loss of $2.8 billion, or $40.13 per diluted share.