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Navistar announces new leadership team

(Nov. 6, 2014) -- Navistar today announced it is restructuring its senior leadership team by giving three executives additional responsibilities. The company also announced that Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Jack Allen is retiring after more than 33 years of service to the company. Read More »

Navistar faces class action suit in Canada over engines

(Oct. 2, 2014) -- The action alleges that the emissions control system embedded into the MaxxForce EGR Engine is defective. It is alleged that the MaxxForce EGR Engine generates more heat within the engine than it can withstand, and the excess heat and pressure generated leads to broken valves and exhaust leaks that melt and destroy certain engine components. Read More »

Talks continue as Navistar labor contract expires

(Oct. 1, 2014) -- Local workers will continue to operate under the current contract on day-to-day agreements, UAW Local 402 President Jason Barlow told the Springfield News Sun. A picket schedule for union employees was posted online Tuesday, but Barlow said workers will continue to work on a day-to-day status as negotiations continue. Read More »

Navistar expands tax asset protection plan

(Sept. 1, 2014) -- The Tax Asset Protection Plan was adopted on June 17 to protect Navistar's valuable tax assets by reducing the likelihood of an unintended "ownership change" under IRS guidelines. It is designed to prevent someone from becoming a 5 percent or greater owner. Read More »

Navistar rebound a success, senator explained

(Aug. 11, 2014) -- U.S. Sen. Rob Portman visited Navistar’s Springfield, Ohio plant Tuesday, describing the factory as a success story for the manufacturing industry as it has added jobs and become more financially stable in recent years. Read More »

Navistar CEO working to regain trust

(July 28, 2014) -- Navistar’s Springfield plant is important to the truckmaker, but new jobs won’t come here until the manufacturer regains some of the business it lost after struggling with engine technology a few years ago. Read More »