A United Auto Workers’ strike against diesel-engine maker Navistar International Corp. is entering its second week, as talks between the two sides remain stalled. Navistar plants affected by the strike include three parts-distribution sites, plus manufacturing plants in Springfield, OH, (a medium-duty truck plant); Indianapolis (engine plant); and Melrose Park, IL, (medium-duty engine plant). The work stoppage has the potential to disrupt production of Ford Motor Co.’s F-Series ...

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