GM considering the sale of its medium duty trucks

GM considering the sale of its medium duty trucks

Navistar International Corporation, the parent company of International Truck and Engine, is negotiating to buy General Motors' medium-duty truck manufacturing line, according to a Springfield, Ohio, newspaper

The Springfield News-Sun reports the deal would mean an influx of 600 jobs for the Navistar International plant in Springfield as production of GM's medium-duty truck line shifts from Flint, Michigan, to Springfield.

State representative Chris Widener, R-Springfield, believes there will be "a positive announcement in July regarding the sale," the newspaper reported.

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