The company refined SCR transition schedules and introduced new vocational options -- and the TerraStar bagged work truck of the year awards.
Navistar reported for the third quarter of 2013 a $247 net loss and says it will be cutting 500 jobs in an attempt to boost profitability.
The launch of the International TranStar regional-haul tractor with a MaxxForce 13 engine employing Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) emissions technology continues Navistar's SCR transition.
Among new equipment unveiled at the Work Truck Show this week in Indianapolis were a new Allison hybrid-drive system, the International TerraStar 4x4 and aerodynamic Kenworth medium-duty options.
Navistar President and COO Troy Clarke has been promoted to CEO, along with other changes in the truck maker's leadership structure.
An interview with David Allendorph, the company's director of innovation in design, overseeing a focus on comfort and health in the company's truck design.
The company said a voluntary separation program and a reduction in its salaried work force should generate $70-$80 million in annual savings
Navistar says it will reestablish a relationship with Cummins and begin offering the ISX15 15-liter diesel engine in certain models in January 2013.
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