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- Call company by its first name. Kelley, Ken // Roads & Bridges;Feb2001, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p30
Reports on the change in the name of Navistar International Corp. to International Truck and Engine Corp. Reason for the change in the company name; Successful truck manufacturing operations; Difficulties experienced; Contribution of engine development to the business operations.
- Looking forward. // Fleet Owner;Dec2001, Vol. 96 Issue 12, p40
Reports on the decision of International Truck and Engine Corp. to reopen its rebuilt truck plant in Garland, Texas. Reason for the decision to reopen; Production capacity of the rebuilt truck plant; Significance of the renovation of the Garland truck plant.
- International Truck and Engine Corp. Celebrates Production of 800,000th Truck from Chatham Heavy Truck Assembly Plant. // Fleet Equipment;Nov2003, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p11
Reports that International Truck and Engine Corp.'s Chatham heavy truck assembly plant has posted a record when the 800,000th truck rolled off its assembly line in Canada. International Truck's production program for the plant; International Truck's manufacturing history in Chatham.
- Sweetening International flavor. Kelley, Ken // Roads & Bridges;Mar2000, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p20
Highlights changes implemented by International's truck division. Boosting of company's operating income in 1999; Benefits gained by customers and unionized truck workers; Introduction of new construction and linehaul tractor models; Company's production of its own diesel engines; Plan of...
- FORKLIFT TRUCK FOCUS. // Works Management;Mar2001, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p40
Features several forklift trucks in Great Britain. Use of electric lift truck by BAE Systems at military aircraft test site; Launch of BR 16JW electric reach truck by Daewoo; Dambach Hi-Racker Combi, an advanced man-up truck from Narrow Aisle.
- Less is more. Meredith, Tony // Works Management;Feb2002, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p36
Comments on the speculations in the forklift truck industry that manufacturers are trying to sell fewer trucks to their customers. Reasons for the emergence of such rumors; Concerns over the scarcity of support services for existing forklift truck fleets.
- Lift truck scales handle the heat. // Material Handling Engineering;Sep97, Vol. 52 Issue 10, p84
States that the Mansfield Foundry in Ohio uses lift truck scales from Lift Truck Scale Corp. to transfer molten metal from the furnace to the molds in the production line. System previously used by the company in its operations; Problems with the monorail system; Features of the scale systems;...
- Developments Despite Downturn. Gelinas, Tom // Fleet Equipment;Mar2002, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p4
Editorial. Comments on various developments in the U.S. trucking industry despite poor business conditions, as of March 2002. Launch of vehicle designs and expansions of product lines by North American-based manufacturers; Details on the 7000 and 8000 Series trucks launched by International...
- International Zeros in on Financing in 2002. // Fleet Equipment;Mar2002, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p12
Reports on a financing program launched by International Truck and Engine Corporation and the American Transportation Corporation. Benefits for customers; Requirements for qualifying in the program; Terms of the program.