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Huffmon to head IC Bus entities

Navistar has tapped Dennis Huffmon to be vice president and general manager of IC Bus U.S. and Canada, and will now direct the company’s school bus and commercial bus business for North America. Huffmon will be responsible for the financial performance of both businesses and will be involved in strategic planning, business development, sales, distribution and manufacturing.

Huffmon joined Navistar’s IC Bus group in 2007, where he focused on strengthening the company’s base business and was promoted to vice president of global sales and distribution for IC Bus.

IC Bus of Warrenville, IL is an affiliate of Navistar International Corporation. IC Bus is the nation’s largest integrated manufacturer of school buses. For more, visit www.icbus.com.

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1 Comment for “Huffmon to head IC Bus entities”

  1. Carol Hubers

    I am a uphappy customer. I purchased 4 buses with the 365 engine and they have been a nightmare. I would like you someone to take action on getting buses fixed right and in a timely manner not waiting 2 1/2 months to get a bus repaired to come back after 1700.00 and the same problems. You built the bus and you new from the very beginning they were problems from the start but you still sold them. I need immediate help.

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