Investor FAQs


What are Navistar’s primary businesses?

Navistar International Corporate is the manufacturer of International® brand commercial trucks, proprietary diesel engines, and IC Bus® ("IC") brand school and commercial buses, as well as a provider of service parts for trucks and diesel engines. It also provides retail, wholesale, and lease financing services for trucks and parts.

Its principal products and services include: (i) Trucks, where it manufactures and distributes Class 4 through 8 trucks and buses in the common carrier, private carrier, government, leasing, construction, energy/petroleum, and student and commercial transportation markets under the International® and IC Bus® brands, as well as designs and manufactures proprietary diesel engines for the International branded trucks and IC Bus® branded buses; (ii) Parts, where it supports the International® brand commercial trucks, IC Bus® brand buses, and proprietary engines, as well as other product lines, by distributing proprietary products together with a wide selection of other standard truck, trailer, and engine service parts; and (iii) Financial Services, where it provides and manages retail, wholesale, and lease financing of products sold by the Truck and Parts segments, as well as their dealers, within the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

Learn more by visiting Navistar 101.

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What is Navistar’s relationship with TRATON SE?

TRATON SE is a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, and a leading commercial vehicle manufacturer worldwide with its MAN, Scania, and Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus brands.

In March 2017, TRATON took a minority equity position in Navistar and has the rights to two seats on Navistar’s Board of Directors. The two companies agreed to form a comprehensive, strategic technology and supply partnership, including the development of common powertrain systems and collaboration on many aspects of future commercial vehicle development. Additionally, the two companies also agreed to establish a procurement joint venture in order to pursue joint global sourcing opportunities to realize significant material cost savings opportunities.

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What is Navistar’s partnership with General Motors?

In late 2018, Navistar and General Motors Corporation signed a long-term agreement to develop and assemble medium-duty, conventional cab Class 4/5 commercial vehicles. The agreement strengthens Navistar’s product lineup and allows GM to expand its Chevrolet commercial truck portfolio. The two companies also have an agreement under which Navistar manufactures the cutaway model of GM's G Van.

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What is Navistar’s partnership with Love’s Travel Stops?

In 2019, Navistar and Love’s Travel Stops signed a service partnership agreement, which added more than 315 Love's Truck Tire Care and Speedco locations and more than 1,000 technicians to Navistar's International® service network. The exclusive partnership authorizes most Love's and Speedco service locations to handle a wide array of work covered by a Navistar-issued new-product warranty, as well as the company's extended warranties and used truck warranties. All applicable Love's and Speedco service locations are authorized to perform warranty work with service repair times of three hours or less for all International® Class 6 through 8 trucks.

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What is the corporate structure of Navistar International Corporation? What is its relation to Navistar, Inc.?

Navistar International Corporation is the holding company, and its operating subsidiary is Navistar, Inc. Navistar Financial Corporation is an affiliate of Navistar International Corporation.

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What happened to International Harvester or International Truck and Engine Corporation?

In February 1986, following a series of assets sales, the company changed its name to Navistar International Corporation. Additionally, the primary operating company name was changed to Navistar, Inc. However, it has the same structure as International Truck and Engine Corporation.

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How can a current or former employee or spouse learn about benefits?

Benefits information can be accessed through the Employee/Retiree Information Center (ERIC) or by calling (877) 353-5100.

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Where can I learn more about jobs at Navistar?

Visit Careers for more information on career opportunities.

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Where are Navistar’s primary operating facilities?

The Truck segment operates four primary manufacturing and assembly facilities, located in Springfield, Ohio; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Huntsville, Alabama; and Escobedo, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The Parts segment leases eleven distribution centers in North America and South Africa. The Global Operations segment operates a manufacturing plant in Brazil. The Financial Services segment conducts the majority of its activities at the company’s headquarters in Lisle, Illinois, as well as in Mexico.

Information related to primary operating facilities can be found in Item 2 of Part I of the company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K.

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Where can I find more information on the company’s current vehicle offerings?

Visit International Trucks to see the company’s truck offerings.

Visit IC Bus to see the company’s bus offerings.

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How many employees does Navistar have? How many are unionized?

Information related to the company’s worldwide employees, as well as a subset of active union employees represented by unions, can be found in Item 1 of Part I of the company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K.

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How can I learn more about the Company's history?

Visit Heritage for information on the company’s history.

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What is Navistar’s fiscal year?

Navistar operates on a fiscal year from November 1 through October 31.

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Where can I find more detailed data about the company's performance, sales, units and operating results?

Visit Financials for information on recent quarterly earnings calls, quarterly reports for Form 10-Q, and annual reports on Form 10-K.

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My question was not answered here. Who can I contact?

If you have a general investor relations question, you may contact us via email at, or at 331-332-2143.

The company's main phone line is 331-332-5000.

The company’s address is:
Navistar International Corporation
2701 Navistar Dr.
Lisle, Illinois 60532

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How can I buy Company stock?

You can buy stock by contacting a brokerage firm. Navistar International Corporation Common Stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and is quoted as "Navistar" in stock table listings in all major U.S. stock brokerage websites. The abbreviated stock symbol is "NAV."

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What stock research analysts cover Navistar?

Visit Analyst Coverage for a listing of firms and analyst names.

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I own company stock. For my stock certificates, how can I change an address or name, replace lost certificates, or learn what to do if the owner is deceased?

For any questions relating to stocks or shares of Navistar or International Harvester that you or a relative own or may have owned, you may obtain a pin number and access the investor’s account, directly via the Internet at If you do not have Internet access, please call the company’s transfer agent Computershare Investor Services at (888) 884-9359.

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Does the company pay a dividend?

Navistar International Corporation does not currently pay a dividend, instead reinvesting profits into its operations. The company has not paid dividends on its common stock since 1980.

Visit Dividend History for additional information.

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Where can I access SEC reports and information?

Visit SEC for information on the company’s SEC filings.

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Where can I access annual reports?

Visit Annual Reports to view and download recent annual reports. Additionally, investors can request a printed copy by completing the Information Request Form, located at the bottom of the page.

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When will the company issue the next earnings release? When will there be another investor conference call?

Visit Events & Presentations to see upcoming investor calendar.

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How can I access the investor conference call?

The conference calls are accessible through dial-in or webcast. Webcast allows users to listen the conference call through the Internet. Additional software may be necessary, which can be downloaded at no charge.

Visit Events & Presentations to see upcoming and archived events and presentations.

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Where do I find more information on the company’s annual stockholders meeting?

Visit Annual Meeting of Stockholders for information related to the company’s Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement.

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How can I get on the company e-mail distribution list?

Visit Email Alerts to enroll to automatically receive information, including general news releases, events and presentations, quarterly earnings releases, end-of-day stock quotes, and/or receive email notification of new SEC filings. Also visit Email Alerts to unsubscribe or opt-out of receiving investor emails alerts.

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I am a shareholder and have not been in contact with the company for some time. I believe that my shares may have been transferred to the State in a process called escheatment?

If a shareholder cannot be located after a period of time, this property must be turned over to the state government of that shareholder's last known residence. After property is escheated, the shareholder must claim the property from the State. Visit the SEC site for more information on escheatment to better understand the concept and process.

Questions related to shares of Navistar or International Harvester may also be addressed by the company’s transfer agent, Computershare Investor Services at (888) 884-9359.

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