Navistar to use Cummins engines

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 August 2012

Navistar International is set to deploy Cummins 15-litre engines in its own trucks and Cummins Emissions Solutions' Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) based aftertreatment system combined with the company's own in-cylinder MaxxForce engines to create ICT+.

The two companies have entered a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding and Navistar expects that by combining the two systems, it will be able to meet 2010 US EPA emissions regulations and position the company to meet greenhouse gases (GHG) rules in advance of 2014 and 2017 requirements.

Navistar plans to offer Cummins ISX15 engines as part of its North American on-highway truck line-up beginning January 2013 and to begin the introduction of ICT+ in its MaxxForce 13-liter in early 2013.

Navistar also provided an outlook on the third quarter of 2012 and withdrew its full-year 2012 guidance based on its transition to ICT+. The company's overall market share for the fiscal third quarter 2012 is seen to remain flat at 17-18% for Class 8 and 35-36%  for Class 6-7 trucks and at 48-49% for school buses.

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