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Jasper offers remanufactured International MaxxForce DT diesel engine

Jasper Engines & Transmissions announced a new product to its line of remanufactured diesel engines. Jasper now offers the MaxxForce DT Complete engine, available on exchange, for the following 2007-2009 International/Navistar applications: CXT; 3300; 3800; 3900; 4300; 4400; IC Corporation CE 300; IC Corporation FE 300; and IC Corporation RE 300. “Each complete engine is remanufactured

Navistar begins shipment of 9-, 10-liter DuraStar, WorkStar vehicles

Navistar Inc. has started customer shipments of its first International DuraStar and International WorkStar vehicles with the company’s 9- and 10-liter engines with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emissions technology. According to the company’s internal testing, these products deliver up to an 8% improvement in fuel economy over the previous generation. “Our field test customers are

Navistar International ProStar achieves improved fuel economy

Navistar Inc.‘s International ProStar linehaul and regional haul tractors are available with the company’s 13-liter engine and Eaton Fuller Advantage Series automated 10-speed transmission. The new ProStar offering delivers up to 5% in fuel economy improvement, said the company. “The increased availability of automated transmissions helps us address the driver shortage issue by reducing the variance

Hendrickson launches Aero Guard fixed mount bumper for International ProStar

Hendrickson Bumper and Trim announces the release of the all makes Aero Guard resin bumper for International ProStar with a fixed mounting bracket that retrofits to all truck year models. Aero Guard bumpers are exclusive to Hendrickson and are engineered for increased impact durability and to weigh less. In addition, the Aero Guard bumper for ProStar offers nearly

Hendrickson launches Aero Guard fixed mount bumper
Navistar inks largest one-time sale of International LoneStar trucks

Navistar Inc. announced that it has completed its largest one-time sale of International LoneStar trucks. Celadon Trucking Services, one of North America’s largest truckload carriers based in Indianapolis, has purchased nearly 500 International LoneStar on-highway tractors with Cummins ISX15 engines. “Celadon is a true partner and this is another example of the confidence the market

Celadon Trucking Services purchased nearly 500 International LoneStar on-highway tractors.
Spec’ing sleepers: Two distinct needs

“We have two distinct needs for sleeper equipped tractors in our operation,” says Jim Bullins, corporate fleet manager at Maines Paper and Food Service. “In both cases, we work closely with Fleet Advantage, our asset management, fleet business analytics and equipment financing provider, to tailor specifications to our fleet operation.” Headquartered in Conklin, N.Y., Maines

Freightliner Trucks sleeper Specing sleepers
Spectra Premium introduces 13 heavy-duty truck radiators

Spectra Premium released 13 new radiators for heavy-duty trucks, covering Freightliner, International, Kenworth trucks, as well as Bluebird/Carpenter buses. The coverage also extends to late-model trucks such as the 2013 Freightliner Cascadia Series. In addition to being engineered, developed,and validated in their Canadian facilities, these 13 aluminum radiators are also manufactured in their Laval plant

Spectra Premium-Heavy-Duty-Radiators
Navistar introduces new product offerings for vocational segments

Navistar Inc. announced that is has expanded vehicle enhancements and powertrain choices for severe service and medium-duty product lines by expanding vehicle enhancements and powertrain choices on International brand vocational truck models. In addition, the company will add selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emissions technology to its high horsepower mid-range engines starting this summer. The company’s

Navistar announces Diamond Logic electrical bundles for vocational applications

Navistar Inc.  announced new Diamond Logic feature bundles specific to the vocational truck market. Feature bundles are categorized by usage and body integration such as dry van, dump and utility, as well as outline features relevant to operations of the particular application. The company has been a pioneer in custom programmable chassis electronics and multiplexing since

Generating uptime: Meeting medium-duty fleet needs

Navistar’s president reflects on how truck OEMs are addressing the needs of medium-duty fleets: “The goals of medium-duty fleets are not really different than those of heavy-duty on-highway operations,” says Bill Kozek, president, North America Truck and Parts at Navistar. “While medium-duty operations generally see trucks as a tool to get their real business done,

Meeting Medium Duty Needs