Navistar International preparing to deliver revamped line of truck engines ahead of its April 2013 schedule, outline new set of financial targets, interim CEO says
October 6, 2012
(Industry Intelligence Inc.)
– Navistar International Corp. interim CEO Lewis Campbell said his company is preparing to deliver a revamped line of truck engines ahead of its April schedule and outline a new set of financial targets, The Wall Street Journal reported Oct. 5.
Campbell said that 13-liter and 11-liter engines that comply with federal emissions regulations could reach the market in March 2013, ahead of the previous April 2013 estimate. Meanwhile, deliveries of Navistar trucks with Cummins CMI Inc.-built 15-liter engines will begin by the end of 2012.
Campbell said that all these engines will help the company regain lost market share, adding that the Navistar-built engines will offer better fuel economy than rivals' engines.
The primary source of this article is The Wall Street Journal, New York, New York, on Oct. 5, 2012.