IC Corporation hires new leadership

Posted on January 1, 2008

WARRENVILLE, Ill. — IC Corporation has named John McKinney its new vice president and general manager. In this position, McKinney will manage all aspects of the bus business, including strategic planning, product development, pricing, purchasing, dealer operations, marketing and manufacturing.

“We’re excited that John is joining the IC Corporation team,” added Daniel C. Ustian, chairman and president/CEO of IC parent company Navistar International Corp. “He has built a proven track record of success within each position that he has held, and we are confident he will maintain this momentum within his new position at IC Corporation.”

McKinney joins the company from International Truck and Engine Corp. (also a Navistar subsidiary), where he served as vice president of operations for the com-pany’s Truck Group. He also served as the director of International’s Medium Vehicle Center, and general plant manager of operations for its Springfield, Ohio, plant.

McKinney replaces Michael Cancelliere, who has moved into the role of vice president and general manager for International’s Medium Vehicle Center.


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