Navistar pulls curtain back on $90-million integrated tech center

Cullen, David
May 2013
Fleet Owner Blog;5/24/2013, p9
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The article reports on the positive impact of the 90 million U.S. dollar investment made by truck and engine manufacturer Navistar to integrate its vehicle development and testing functions into a single location in Melrose Park, Illinois. According to chief executive officer (CEO) Troy Clarke, the move gave Navistar a renewed focus on excellence in manufacturing. Clarke also reiterated the company's commitment to producing higher-quality trucks and engines.


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