International ProStar+

Lakeville orders 165 International ProStar+ trucks

| December 16, 2011

Less-than-truckload carrier Lakeville Motor Express announced Dec. 16 purchase of a new fleet of 165 International ProStar+ trucks. Chairman Shari Taylor Wilsey and Roger Wilsey Sr., CEO, recently assumed ownership of LME. The carrier was named Commercial ...

Navistar details market expansion

| March 31, 2011

Navistar is the only heavy-duty engine maker using exhaust gas recirculation without selective catalytic reduction to meet federal emissions regulations.

LogBook

Overdrive Staff | August 01, 2010

Truck electrification services are spreading, FMCSA seeks better reporting of convictions, Arrow foresees used truck shortage, the hours rule proposal is advanced and more industry issues are featured.

Health reform payoff

Todd Dills | August 01, 2010

Owner-operators with pre-existing conditions often have been denied health coverage. Here’s how that’s changing.

Navistar tops in ‘fluid economy’

| July 19, 2010

Navistar said its International ProStar+ outperformed competing trucks in efficiency measuring diesel and urea.

Boyd Bros. orders ProStars+ with 2010 EPA-approved engines

| May 20, 2010

Boyd Bros. Transportation ordered 325 International ProStar+ tractors, heavy-duty truck maker Navistar, Inc. announced May 20. The tractors run on MaxxForce 13 engines equipped with advanced exhaust gas recirculation technology that meets 2010 emission requirements ...

Marketplace

Overdrive Staff | May 02, 2010

The new International ProStar, the mDrive automated manual transmission, trucking specific GPS, seat covers and an in-cab freezer/refrigerator are among the products featured.

Navistar ProStar+

| April 21, 2010

The new International ProStar+  has improved aerodynamics and a nearly 1,300-lb. weight reduction from the existing ProStar model. The truck is powered by the Advanced EGR MaxxForce 11 and MaxxForce 13 engine. The ProStar+ has ...

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