Navistar executives gave a bit of insight today into the company’s transition from EGR-only strategy to tackle EPA emissions standards, saying that its International ProStar is on track to meet its April release with the company’s MaxxForce 13-liter engine equipped with Cummins SCR exhaust aftertreatment system.
CEO Troy Clarke said the company has been completing its “great turn-around story” in the last half-year and said there’s much to come from them in the next 2-3 years.
Navistar president Jack Allen said more than 1,000 ProStar trucks have gone to market with the Cummins ISX15 engine, pointing back to 2008-2009 — the last time International offered CUmmins as an option — as evidence that a Navistar-Cummins partnership is a smart move for the company. In those two years, the company sold close to 15,000 trucks with Cummins engines per year.
For more on Clarke’s and Allen’s addresses, see Overdrive sister site CCJ‘s article.
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