Navistar International Corp. will idle 380 United Auto Workers union workers at its Indianapolis diesel engine plant beginning Oct. 2. The layoffs come in response to Ford Motor Co.’s previously announced 21% fourth-quarter production cut. Navistar produces Power Stroke 6.0L V-8 diesel engines for Ford’s F-Series Super Duty pickups. Navistar, a division of International Truck and Engine Corp., says non-union employees also will be affected by the cuts, but it has yet to determine a final ...

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