Navistar International Corp.

Navistar changing exhaust technology for 2013

ICT+ sounds similar to the selective catalytic reduction emissions systems used by all of Navistar’s heavy-duty engine competitors in the United States.

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WSJ says Navistar ready for SCR to meet emissions regs

Navistar will move from EGR and adopt the SCR path taken by its competitors to meet 2010 diesel emissions regulations.

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Navistar adopts ‘stockholder rights plan’

Navistar is trying to protects its shares from being sold below market value.

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Court rejects EPA’s Navistar engine exemption

A court rejected the ruling that allowed Navistar to sell heavy-duty diesel engines that don’t comply with emissions standards.

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Navistar gets California OK to sell engines

Company has permission to continue to sell new heavy-duty truck engines as long as the company still has enough emissions credits.

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Navistar donates step van for tornado relief

Navistar International has donated a step van valued at $20,000 to the Hale Empowerment and Revitalization Organizations, a catalyst for community development in areas of the Alabama Black Belt. The van donation is intended to help the nonprofit in its rebuilding efforts following devastation from the April 27 tornadoes.  In addition to the vehicle donation, the truck maker donated $50,000 to the Governor’s Emergency Relief Fund, established by Gov. Robert Bentley to help Alabama residents recover ...

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Hebe to address truck conference

Navistar executive will appear Aug. 25 during the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas.

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Navistar partners on new engine concept

Company has agreement with EcoMotors International to support development of OPOC—opposed piston, opposed cylinder—engine.

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Daimler, Volvo challenge Navistar test

Daimler Trucks North America and Volvo Trucks North America issued sharp rebukes of a “fluid economy” road test commissioned by Navistar.

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Update: Navistar, EPA settle suits

Navistar International Corp. said it had reached an agreement May 3 with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that settles lawsuits it had filed in March 2009 concerning the agency’s certification policies for diesel-powered trucks equipped with selective catalytic reduction. The agreement calls for EPA to hold a public workshop or hearing to address the issues Navistar raised in its challenges before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. EPA must publish the agreement ...

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