Navistar International

Largest producer of trucks, school buses and diesel engines.

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4201 Winfield Road
Warrenville, IL 60555
Employees: 17,900
CEO: Daniel Ustian
Stock Symbol: NAV


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Navistar International Corp. is a holding company whose divisions makes trucks and other vehicles.

Based in Warrenville, Ill., the company produces International brand commercial trucks, mid-range diesel engines and IC brand school buses, and Workhorse brand chassis for motor homes and step vans. It is a private-label designer and manufacturer of diesel engines for the pickup truck, van and SUV markets. The company also provides truck and diesel engine parts and service. A wholly owned subsidiary offers financing services.

In May, Navistar signed a five-year deal with truck company J.B. Hunt to be the principal provider of International brand commercial trucks to J.B. Hunt through 2014.

For fiscal 2009, Navistar reported revenues of $11.56 billion and net income of $320 million.


The company was initially formed in 1902 by the merger of McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and the Deering Harvester Company. This merged company was known as International Harvester Corporation (IHC) and based in Chicago, IL. The company would make farm equipment, construction equipment, buses, trucks and gas turbines. The first bus was manufactured in 1907.

The company changed its name to Navistar International in 1986.


Health and dental
Medical plan
Dental plan
Managed prescription drug coverage
Vision coverage
Behavioral health plan & EAP
Disability: Short-term and long-term
Vital Lives wellness program

Financial benefits
Retirement Accumulation Plan [including 401(k)] - Company match
Flexible spending accounts
Tuition reimbursement
US savings bond program
Compensation - Pay-for-performance and incentive pay

Company-paid insurance coverage
Employee-paid optional life, AD&D, and long-term care

Work-Life Balance
Life Balance program
Vacation and holidays - Depending on employee levels, new hires receive 2-3 weeks of vacation, 4 weeks after 10 years and 5 weeks after 20 years of service.

Updated June 21, 2010