CHICAGO — Commenting on what market analysts have been speculating for months, Navistar has confirmed that it’s seriously looking at acquiring GM’s medium-duty truck business.
CHATHAM, Ont. — Contrary to some claims, Navistar’s heavy truck assembly plant in Chatham, Ont. can easily ramp up to build Canadian military vehicles, says the CAW’s assistant to the president Robert Chernecki.
WARRENVILLE, Ill. — Navistar is looking to customize the consumer experience and has formed a special engineering division to analyze customer suggestions.
LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. — Truck OEMs invested in SCR technology are applauding the Environmental Protection Agency for standing firm on its scheduled Jan. 1, 2010 deadline for new emission reduction rules to kick-in.
LISLE, Ill. — Navistar has received certification from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its 13-liter heavy-duty engine with selective catalytic reduction
Carl Icahn is enraged that Navistar has made major decisions without consulting shareholders. Meanwhile, speculation is rampant about the future of Navistar.
LISLE, IL – Newsweek’s 2012 “Green Rankings” included Navistar among one of the nation’s top 10 companies for good environmental management.
EL MONTE, Calif. — Earning a public workshop by dropping its lawsuits against environmental regulators, Navistar took the opportunity to debate “compliance loopholes” in liquid-based SCR systems for diesel engines.
Latest International highway tractor breaks new style ground
International’s flashy LoneStar will catch everyone’s eye, but not the wind.
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.