“This deal is another example of how Navistar is growing the business by leveraging what we have and what others have built,” said Jack Allen, president of Navistar’s North American truck group. “Adding Continental gives us another opportunity to provide an integrated, one-stop shop for our customers and helps expand Navistar’s industry-leading portfolio of purpose-built products.”
Continental offers a full line-up of rear discharge mixer products sold under the CBMW brand and also sells replacement parts for all mixer makes.
Continental will continue to operate independently with manufacturing operations in Houston. Navistar will also utilize select International Truck dealers to distribute and service mixers and mixer parts. Mixers will continue to be sold and mounted on International brand truck chassis as well as those chassis built by other OEMs.
“Joining with Navistar will provide our ready-mix customers with expanded distribution through International’s broad network of dealers,” said Brij Walia, president of Continental. “Continental will
continue providing outstanding products and exceptional service to new and existing customers.”
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