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WARRENVILLE, Ill. — Navistar International Corporation and U.K.-based Modec Limited have formed a joint venture to produce class 2-3 all-electric commercial trucks, which will be sold in North, Central and South America.
TORONTO — It looks as though Cat has one more life in the world of heavy-duty on-highway engine production. And, apparently, that’s good news for Navistar.
A couple of nice trucks came out of Mid-America this year, and the spring had a lovely assortment of new engine and product launches.
LISLE, Ill – Navistar International Corporation is closing its Garland, Texas, truck plant.
LISLE, IL – Navistar announced it’s combining the manufacturing of mid-range engines as the next step in its turnaround efforts.
PEORIA, Ill. – Following months of speculation, Caterpillar has announced that it’s leaving the heavy-duty on-highway truck engine business by 2010, before the next round of emissions legislation kicks in.
CHICAGO — Feuding business partners Navistar International and Ford Corp. have entered into a consent injunction in which Navistar will continue shipping 6.4L Power Stroke diesel engines to Ford, and the carmaker will pay, without deductions, for each engine.
WARRENVILLE, Ill. — Navistar International has acquired Continental Mfg. Company, the largest privately-held mixer manufacturer in North America.
TORONTO — The North American owner-operator as we know him is nearing extinction. Keep reading because that’s just one of many no-nonsense industry insights offered by the outspoken former Freightliner honcho-turned-Navistar International senior VP, North American sales operations, while in Toronto last week
LISLE, IL. – A definitive, long-term supply agreement has been reached between Navistar and Cummins.
LISLE, Ill. – Executive shake-ups at Navistar as Daniel Ustian retires, an interim CEO is brought in, and Troy Clarke is promoted.
LISLE, IL – Truck and engine maker Navistar International lost more in the first quarter than expected.