Navistar exec returns to marketing role

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WARRENVILLE, Ill. — Navistar has announced that Al Saltiel has returned from his role as president of NC2 Global to serve as chief marketing officer for Navistar.

Saltiel spent the last two years overseeing NC2 Global, Navistar’s 50/50 global joint venture with Caterpillar.

Prior to that, he spent two years as vice-president of marketing with Navistar. Phil Christman, Navistar’s president for global truck operations, will replace Saltiel as president of NC2, the company announced.

“Phil’s product and industry knowledge and Al’s ability to advance Navistar’s brand strategy make both men well suited for their new roles,” said Daniel C. Ustian, Navistar’s chairman, president and chief executive officer. “During his time at NC2, Al did an outstanding job of introducing Cat and International products and dealers in key markets. He’ll bring bold ideas to our mission of growing Navistar brands globally. Phil’s extensive experience growing our global business makes him the ideal leader to take our JV with Caterpillar to the next level.”

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