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Navistar International’s parts business announced a product expansion and solutions to further improve parts availability at February's annnual meeting of the Technology & Maintenance Council in Atlanta.

Fleetrite Parts, Navistar’s all-makes aftermarket truck parts brand, introduced a new line  of direct replacementsfor OEM filters, including filters for air, hydraulic, fuel, lube and oil, DEF and water and coolant.

“The introduction of filters into our Fleetrite product offering expands our portfolio to cover one of the largest all-makes, maintenance product lines in the heavy-duty industry and allows us to reach new customer segments,” said Josef Kory, senior vice president, parts for Navistar.

There are currently eight Fleetrite stores open with plans to develop 10 more stores in 2020, with the goal to reach 50 locations by 2023.

Navistar also said it has launched an online parts ordering option powered by RepairLink. RepairLink is an online connection to order parts from the International Truck and IC Bus dealer network. With Navistar’s entire parts catalog available for purchase, more than 3,500 customers have made upward of 30,000 transactions using RepairLink.

“We’re working quickly to continue to evolve ways in which we connect with and serve our customers. Ultimately, we want to cover all of our customers’ aftermarket needs through a simple digital experience,” said Kory.

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