Navistar International Transportation Corp. will cut 750-800 jobs at its International Truck and Engine Corp. facility in Springfield, OH, effective Sept. 6. The cuts come as a result of Navistar’s decision to cease production of heavy-duty trucks at the plant, which employs about 3,000 people. By year’s end, Navistar also will close the plant’s body shop, which employs about 650 people. Springfield’s medium-duty production line will not be affected. The truck and engine maker, which ...

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