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As larger players reap size advantages, what next for Navistar?

Navistar is making headway on its recovery, but the scope of future growth will be limited without a major partnership

Navistar is nearing the end of its recovery phase after a disastrous decision to pursue EGR-only engine technology, and considerable progress has been made. However, as it has been preoccupied with a powertrain reversal strategy, rivals have not been idle and the market landscape is changing. Jonathan Storey believes the key to Navistar’s survival lies in a new strategic partnership.

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