Navistar International Corp. and Siemens Automotive announce the two companies have formed a joint venture — called Siemens Diesel Systems Technology — to produce diesel fuel injectors in North America. The injectors incorporate digital valve technology, which the JV will license from Sturman Engine Systems. It will develop and manufacture the electronically controlled, hydraulically actuated injectors for use in Navistar-designed diesel engines. Siemens controls the JV with a 51% share ...

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