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Modine Receives Navistar’s Diamond Supplier Award

"Receiving this prestigious award further solidifies our 'Strengthen, Diversify and Grow' strategy," said Tom Burke, Modine president and CEO.


Modine Manufacturing Co., a Racine, Wisconsin-based manufacturer of thermal management technology, received Navistar’s exclusive Diamond Supplier Award for exceeding performance expectations in four key areas: cost, delivery, technology and quality.

“Receiving this prestigious award further solidifies our ‘Strengthen, Diversify and Grow’ (SDG) strategy,” said Tom Burke, Modine president and CEO. “We continue to strengthen our market-leading position in the commercial-vehicle space within our Vehicular Thermal Solutions (VTS) segment. Navistar is an important part of our strategy as we grow in areas of this market through our commitment to quality, innovation, and customer service.”

Navistar International Corp. produces International-brand commercial and military trucks, proprietary diesel engines, and IC Bus-brand school and commercial buses.

Modine designs and manufactures a broad range of thermal management products for Navistar. This includes powertrain cooling modules that consist of radiators, charge air coolers, transmission coolers, fuel coolers, condensers and power steering coolers. Modine has been implementing its latest technology to help Navistar be successful with its new truck platforms.

“We are proud to be recognized as part of an elite group at Navistar,” said Joel Casterton, Modine vice president, VTS. “Navistar has a strong focus on customer uptime and total cost of ownership. As a strategic supplier of thermal management systems, Modine delivers the world-class quality, technical expertise and overall value proposition that helps enable our customers to meet high expectations in a demanding market.”

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