Navistar

Navistar changes top leadership

Navistar President and COO Troy Clarke has been promoted to CEO, along with other changes in the truck maker's leadership structure.

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A Closer Look: Diesel exhaust fluid

While it performs a sophisticated task, the basis of the selective catalytic reduction system – DEF itself is a simple blend of urea and water.

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Navistar records $3 billion net loss in 2012

Navistar reported a loss of $2.8 billion in the fourth quarter of 2012, stemming largely from restructuring efforts and warranty claims on its 2010 MaxxForce engines.

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Cummins-powered Internationals ship

Navistar is shipping its first 300 Cummins ISX15-equipped International ProStar+ Class 8 on-highway tractors to customers five days ahead of schedule, the company announced this week.

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Navistar, Cummins reach engine parts agreement

Navistar and Cummins have finalized an agreement in which Cummins will supply Navistar with parts for its SCR system.

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Navistar announced new board member

Navistar has added another member, Jack Pope, to its board of directors. Pope replaces David Harrison, who's retiring after five years on the board.

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Hebe leaves his mark on an industry he loved

All controversy aside, there are a lot of guys who love Jim Hebe. They see a reflection of themselves in his swagger, his can-do, never-say-die philosophy and his unquestioned passion for both trucks and the trucking industry.

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Hebe retires, Navistar adds two to board

Navistar announces the retirement of James L. Hebe, senior vice president of North America truck sales for the company, a position he has held since 2008.

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Navistar reviewing more plant closings

Navistar CEO Lewis Campbell says company is reviewing all operations beyond its core North American truck and parts business to see whether any need to be adjusted, sold or closed as it seeks to increase profits.

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Reality bites: More from Navistar vocational boot camp

The embattled engine and truck maker is rolling up its sleeves to fix what's gone wrong -- watch for the low-cab-forward LoadStar to debut with a natural gas power plant next year, among other developments.

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