Navistar rivals return to court

LISLE, Ill. — Truck manufacturers returned to court Tuesday to argue that the EPA violated its own regulations when it issued engine emissions certificates to Navistar in the first place, reports the Commercial Carrier Journal.

The complainants, which include Daimler Trucks North America, Mack Trucks and Volvo Group North America, are challenging the EPA, claiming they wrongly granted Navistar permission to manufacture and sell non-complaint engines while paying a fine, writes the Commercial Carrier Journal.

The complainants say Navistar benefited from the “certificates of conformity” at the expense of its competitors, says the Commercial Carrier Journal, who each pumped millions of dollars into the research, development and engineering of SCR engines that met tightening emissions standards.

For the complete story from the Commercial Carrier Journal, click here.

Kelly Cauthorn

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