Navistar says to halt production of Ford diesel engine


Feb 26 (Reuters) - Navistar International Corp. said it is suspending production of the power stroke diesel engines it builds for Ford Motor Co. , saying the car maker had stopped honoring terms of their agreement. Production of the engines, which supply Ford's heavy pickup trucks, will be stopped at its Indianapolis and Huntsville, Alabama plants, the truck and engine maker said. The Huntsville plant will continue to produce engines for other customers, it said in a statement. ...

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