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Last $48.54 USD
Change Today -0.18 / -0.37%
Volume 548.4K
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Company Description

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PO Box 2566

Oshkosh, WI 54903

United States

Phone: 920-235-9151

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n-house sales and service representatives in North America to sell and service refuse collection vehicles, rear- and front-discharge concrete mixers, and concrete batch plants. The company also uses approximately 30 independent sales and service organizations to market its CON-E-CO-branded concrete batch plants. The company also has a network of representatives and dealers throughout the Americas for the sale of Oshkosh-, McNeilus-, CON-E-CO-, and London-branded concrete mixers; concrete batch plants; and refuse collection vehicles. IMT distributes its products through approximately 90 dealers with a total of 110 locations worldwide, including approximately 30 international dealers. International dealers are primarily located in Central and South America, Australia, and Asia; and are primarily focused on mining and construction markets. McNeilus owns a 49% interest in Mezcladoras Trailers de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., a manufacturer of concrete mixers and small refuse collection vehicle bodies for distribution in Mexico and Latin America. Business Strategy The company’s primary business strategies include market recovery and growth; value innovation; and emerging market expansion. Research and Development For the year ended September 30, 2014, the company incurred research and development expenditures of $142.0 million, portions of which were recoverable from customers, principally the U.S. government. Intellectual Property The company holds approximately 600 active domestic and foreign patents. The company’s patents for the TAK-4 independent suspension system expire between 2016 and 2029. The company holds trademarks for Oshkosh, Oshkosh Defense, TAK-4, ProPulse, JLG, SkyTrak, Lull, Pierce, McNeilus, Jerr-Dan, CON-E-CO, London, IMT, and others. Seasonal Nature of Business The company’s sales are lower in the first fiscal quarter (year ending September 2014) in all segments due to the relatively high number of holidays, which reduce available shipping days. Competition Access Equipment: The company’s competition for the sale of aerial work platform equipment includes Genie Industries, Inc. (a subsidiary of Terex Corporation); Skyjack Inc. (a subsidiary of Linamar Corporation); Haulotte Group; and Aichi Corporation (a subsidiary of Toyota Industries Corporation). The company’s competition for the sale of telehandler equipment includes the Manitou Group; J C Bamford Excavators Ltd.; Merlo SpA; and Genie Industries, Inc. The principal competitor for Jerr-Dan-branded products is Miller Industries, Inc. Defense: The company’s competition for the sale of heavy- and medium-payload, MRAP, and light-payload tactical wheeled vehicles includes, among others, Man Group plc; Mercedes-Benz (a subsidiary of Daimler AG); Navistar Defense LLC (a subsidiary of Navistar International Corporation); General Dynamics Corp; Lockheed Martin; AM General; BAE Systems plc; and Textron Inc. Fire & Emergency: The company’s competitors for firefighting vehicles include Rosenbauer International AG; Emergency One, Inc. (owned by Allied Specialty Vehicles); and Kovatch Mobile Equipment Corp. The principal competition for broadcast vehicles is from Accelerated Media Technologies and Television Engineering Corporation. Oshkosh’s principal competitor for ARFF vehicle sales is Rosenbauer International AG. The company’s principal competitors for snow removal vehicle sales are M-B Companies, Inc. and Wausau-Everest LP (owned by the Alamo Group Inc.). Commercial: The company’s competition for concrete mixer and batch plant sales includes Beck Industrial; Con-Tech Manufacturing, Inc.; Terex Corporation; and Continental Mixer Solutions LLC (owned by Specialty Truck Holdings LLC). Its competitors include The Heil Company (a subsidiary of Dover Corporation); Labrie Enviroquip Group; and New Way (a subsidiary of Scranton Manufacturing Company, Inc.). IMT’s principal field service vehicle competition is from Auto Crane Company (owned by Gridiron Capital); Stellar Industries, Inc.; and Maintainer Corporation of Iowa, Inc. Competition in truck-mounted cranes comes primarily from the European companies, including Palfinger AG, Car

 

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