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Navistar adds Cummins ISB engine as SCR solution for International DuraStar medium-duty trucks

Navistar adds Cummins ISB engine as SCR solution for...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Sep 03, 2013

During a Tuesday afternoon press conference, Navistar announced that it has expanded its medium-duty engine offerings to include the Cummins ...

Navistar promotes Jack Allen to COO

Navistar promotes Jack Allen to COO

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Apr 22, 2013

Navistar recently announced that it has named Jack Allen as its new executive vice president and Chief Operating Officer. Allen will ...

Hebe leaves his mark on an industry he loved

Posted by Jack Roberts on Oct 08, 2012

Love him, or hate him, there's no disputing the fact that Jim Hebe has been one of the prime movers ...

Where does MaxxForce transition leave Cat truck?

Where does MaxxForce transition leave Cat truck?

Posted by James Jaillet on Sep 17, 2012

Navistar's new approach to meeting 2010 EPA emissions standards, which partly involves Cummins engines and after-treatment, raises that very question ...

Machine Matters

Machine Matters

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Nov 01, 2011

Calling on Construction Established and new players alike take aim at the vocational truck market.   By Mike Anderson While there may be a ...

Icahn buys 9.8% of Navistar

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Oct 19, 2011

Investor Carl Icahn’s purchase of 9.8 percent of Navistar International shares this month sparked market speculation, especially after buying 9.5 ...

Machine Matters

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Aug 03, 2011

A loader first and foremost New features, options place the traditional single-purpose wheel loader into more applications, keeping it working in ...

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