Welcome to the first part in our two-part video interview series with Navistar’s aftersales leadership. Uptime has long been a tent-pole market strategy for Navistar that has been backed up by big investments over the past several years. Now as we (hopefully) enter the post-pandemic world, we can turn our attention to pressing service challenges that are as formidable as they are familiar. Service trends, the technician shortage and meeting parts and service demands were the talking points when I sat down with Joe Kory, senior vice president of aftersales; Chintan Sopariwala, group vice president of parts; and Mark Reiter, vice president of service, all with Navistar, parent company of International Trucks.
So consider part one of our conversation as the topics of today. The need for truck service and support continues to roll large. Navistar’s aftersales leadership gives us the rundown of what’s being done today to tackle trucking’s toughest service tasks.
Watch the video above for all of the truck service and support insight, and then here’s part two of our conversation when we talk about the latest service technology and the impact of electric trucks:
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