Company Overview of Navistar, Inc.
Navistar, Inc. manufactures medium and heavy trucks, and severe service vehicles. It also manufactures diesel engines for various commercial truck and bus applications; and vehicle parts. In addition, the company provides maintenance and repair services; and emission-related service information, customer overhaul protection, and diagnostics services. Its trucks are used in long haul, regional haul, liquid or dry bulk, beverage, recovery, construction, government, landscaping, pickup and delivery, utility, emergency, mixer, and waste applications. The company sells its products, parts, and services through a network of dealer outlets in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, and internati...
4201 Winfield Road
P.O. Box 1488
Warrenville, IL 60555-4025
Founded in 1902
Key Executives for Navistar, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Executive Officer of Chicago International Trucks and President of Chicago International Trucks
President of the Truck Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Navistar, Inc. Key Developments
Navistar, Inc. Wins $71.72 Million Federal Contract
Dec 21 14
Navistar Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee, won a $71,721,552 federal contract from the General Services Administration's Federal Acquisition Service for light duty vocational trucks.
U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation Issues Order Regarding Navistar Maxxforce Engine Marketing, Sales Practices and Products Liability Litigation
Dec 17 14
Before the Panel: Defendants Navistar International Corporation and Navistar, Inc. (collectively, Navistar) move under 28 U.S.C. Section 1407 to centralize pretrial proceedings in this litigation in the Northern District of Illinois. Navistar alternatively supports centralization in a district in which a putative class action is pending or in the Northern District of Texas, where two of the earliest-filed individual actions are pending. This litigation currently consists of fourteen actions pending in eight districts, as listed on Schedules A and B.1 All of the actions involve claims that the Advanced Exhaust Gas Recirculation emission control system developed by Navistar for its MaxxForce truck engines is defective, resulting in repeated engine failures and frequent repairs. Plaintiffs in eleven of the actions on the motion and one potential tag-along action support centralization in the Northern District of Illinois. Plaintiffs in three of these actions alternatively propose the District of New Jersey as the transferee forum. Plaintiff in the Northern District of Texas Ross Neely action, listed on Schedule B, opposes inclusion of that action in any centralized litigation due to its advanced procedural posture. Navistar concedes that exclusion of the Ross Neely action may be warranted, but several plaintiffs argue that all the actions, including Ross Neely, should be centralized.
Navistar, Inc. Announces Management Changes
Nov 10 14
Navistar, Inc. has promoted Bill Kozek to president of truck and parts, and Persio Lisboa to president of operations. Jack Allen, the company's executive vice president and COO (COO) since April 2013, is retiring after more than 33 years of service to the company.
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