Building partnerships that accelerate growth

From self-driving trucks to electric fleet-charging solutions, Navistar expands its reach and capabilities through strategic collaborations.

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Through a service partnership agreement with Love's Travel Stops, Navistar's International® service network has grown to more than 1,000 locations.

Love's and Speedco service locations are authorized to handle work covered by a Navistar-issued new-product, extended and used truck warranties.

The only self-driving truck company capable of driving on highways and surface streets without human intervention, TuSimple is partnering with Navistar to develop a commercial-ready Level 4 (SAE) fully autonomous driving solution for long-haul heavy-duty trucks.
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General Motors (GM) is focused on advancing an all-electric future that is accessible to all, partnering with Navistar and OneH2 to develop hydrogen-powered long-haul Class 8 vehicles via its Hydrotec power cubes.

In late 2018, Navistar and GM signed a long-term agreement to develop and assemble medium-duty, conventional cab Class 4/5 commercial vehicles. The two companies also have an agreement under which Navistar manufactures the cutaway model of GM's G Van.

A leader in providing scalable hydrogen fuel systems coupled with cost effective delivered hydrogen fuel for use in industrial vehicle and truck markets, OneH2 is partnering with Navistar and GM to put more hydrogen-powered long-haul trucks on the road.
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In-Charge Worker
In-Charge provides first-of-its-kind turnkey energy and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure solutions as a service to Navistar’s International® truck and IC Bus® customers.
A complete portfolio of both tactical and commercial off-the-shelf military vehicles, as well as custom-tailored lifecycle support solutions to a global customer base.
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