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About Oshkosh Corporation

Oshkosh Corporation is a leading manufacturer and marketer of access equipment, specialty vehicles and truck bodies for the primary markets of defense, concrete placement, refuse hauling, access equipment and fire & emergency.

Oshkosh Corporation’s mission is to ”partner with customers to deliver superior solutions that safely and efficiently move people and materials at work, around the globe and around the clock.” In short, we strive ”To Move the World at Work” ©.

Our number one priority is to serve and delight our customers as well as drive superior returns for our shareholders. We have four primary strategies to help support our mission:
M – Market Leader Delighting Customers. At Oshkosh, our objective is to grow profitably by maintaining an intense focus on the customer experience.
O – Optimize Cost and Capital Structure. We continue to optimize our costs and capital structure to provide value for customers and shareholders, while still maximizing operations.
V – Value Innovation. Oshkosh is about innovation. From our cutting-edge vehicles and products to our latest technologies, innovations give Oshkosh an opportunity to continue to lead in the markets in which we compete and provide second-to-none aftermarket service and support.
E – Emerging Market Expansion. Oshkosh has many opportunities for expanding international growth and we are targeting more international revenues to drive future growth.

The company’s major brands - Oshkosh, JLG, Pierce, McNeilus, IMT, Frontline, Jerr-Dan, CON-E-CO and London - are considered leaders in their industries. JLG leads with a diverse product portfolio including leading brands such as JLG® aerial work platforms; JLG and SkyTrak® telehandlers. Under its Pierce® brand, Oshkosh is North America’s top fire truck manufacturer. Oshkosh is among the world’s principal defense vehicle manufacturers. McNeilus® brand concrete mixers are used by more concrete producers than any other. McNeilus is also North America’s leader in refuse collection bodies. Jerr-Dan is a top name in towing and recovery equipment. CON-E-CO is a chief U.S. concrete batch plant manufacturer, and London is the leading Canadian concrete mixer manufacturer.

Founded in 1917, Oshkosh Corporation has manufacturing operations in seven U.S. states and in Australia, Canada, China, France, Mexico, Romania and the United Kingdom. The company currently employs approximately 15,000 people worldwide.

 

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Oshkosh Corporation Named to World’s Most Ethical List by Ethisphere

Oshkosh Corporation was recently named to the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Company® list by the Ethisphere Institute, the global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical businesses. This is the third consecutive year that Oshkosh Corporation has been listed as a World’s Most Ethical Company. Oshkosh is one of only 135 companies, representing 57 industry sectors in 23 countries on five continents named to this respected list. 

 

The World’s Most Ethical Companies designation recognizes companies that have had a material impact on the way business is conducted by fostering a culture of ethics and transparency at every level of the organization.

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Ethics & Compliance at Oshkosh Corporation

Oshkosh Corporation is a global company. We operate in many countries and interact with cultures where laws and principles of business vary. While we celebrate cultural diversity and recognize that laws may differ, our ethical standards do not change. Oshkosh Corporation has followed an ethical course through its long and successful history, and all of us help steer true to that course. We promote a culture to “Do the Right Thing” – The Oshkosh Way.

Oshkosh Corporation is committed to conducting business the right way, The Oshkosh Way, to delight our customers. Every level of the organization takes part in fostering an ethical culture. Our Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary, together with the Vice President and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, oversee Oshkosh’s Global Ethics & Compliance program. Both report to the Board of Directors’ Audit Committee with respect to all matters relating to ethics and compliance.

 

The mission of the Global Ethics & Compliance Program is to create a framework of compliance controls and trained personnel throughout Oshkosh Corporation to facilitate a culture committed to conducting business with integrity, in accordance with the highest ethical standards and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

Our mission is guided by Oshkosh Corporation's Core Values: Honesty, Accountability, Integrity, Respect, and Citizenship. The guidelines, laws, regulations, policies and procedures that govern our conduct as employees and contractors of Oshkosh Corporation are embodied in The Oshkosh Way, our Corporate Code of Ethics & Standards of Conduct.

To make it easy for our employees to access resources and ask questions about ethics and compliance situations, we maintain an Oshkosh hotline, called The Code Connection. This multilingual, global hotline is managed by an independent third-party provider and is available around the clock. Around the world, employees have the option to report anonymously. We believe that making it easy for people to ask questions about potential conflicts will help resolve difficult situations and solidify corporate commitment to ethical behavior.

Please see an article written by Oshkosh Corporation CEO, Charles L. Szews, which was published by National Defense Magazine, discussing the role that trust plays in corporate culture.

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Oshkosh Corporation Achieves 2017 Green Masters Award for Recognition of Leading Sustainable Business Practices

Oshkosh Corporation received the Green Masters designation from the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. The Green Masters award is given to the top 20% of companies in Wisconsin seeking recognition under the Green Masters Program. These companies are taking sustainable actions and leading continuous improvement throughout their organizations. Nine sustainability categories are evaluated. The categories include: energy, carbon and other emissions, water, waste management, transportation, supply chain, community and education outreach, and governance. 33 companies make up the 2017 Green Masters level list.
 
This is the third consecutive year that that Oshkosh Corporation has received this award. Recognition was based on sustainability initiatives taking place at all Wisconsin Oshkosh Corporation locations. 

Kevin Tubbs, Vice President of Global Environmental Affairs and Sustainability said, “It is inspiring to see what our Wisconsin sites have accomplished this past year with respect to their Sustainability performance. The Green Masters program is a great benchmarking tool to track the progress we are making each year. To know that Oshkosh Corporation is a leader in Wisconsin for sustainability actions is something we all can be truly proud of”. 

 


 









































































































































































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Oshkosh Corporation Energy Policy

Oshkosh Corporation Energy Policy

Responsible use of energy is good for business and good for the environment. It helps Oshkosh Corporation improve our cost-effectiveness and productivity, enhance working conditions, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, contribute to sustainability and otherwise reduce waste associated with energy use. We have established a Corporate Energy Policy to help guide us in this effort. The policy states our commitment to use energy in a responsible manner and to practice energy efficiency in our facilities and equipment. Consistent with our Environmental Policy, it states that we will drive continuous improvement in our energy efficiency efforts through the Oshkosh Operating System, by setting Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and sharing best practices across the Company. The progress of these efforts are measured, reviewed and communicated on a regular basis. The Oshkosh Corporation Energy Policy can be found at http://oshkoshcorporation.com/about/corporategovernance~policiesguidelines.html.

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Oshkosh Corporation Environmental Protection Policy

Oshkosh Corporation Environmental Protection Policy

Oshkosh Corporation employees worldwide share responsibility for our enviornmental performance. We have established an Environmental Protection Policy to guide our businesses and associates in their actions that have or could have an impact on the environment. This policy makes our environmental values and commitments clear to all of our employees and the public at large. In addition to stating our commitment to strict compliance with applicable laws and regulations, it explains that we will reduce our waste and emissions through continuous improvement activities and the establishment of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), minimize any adverse environmental impact and conserve resources throughout our Company. The provisions contained in this policy are consistent with The Oshkosh Way, our Corporate code of ethics and standards. Our Environmental Protection Policy can be found at http://oshkoshcorporation.com/about/corporategovernance~policiesguidelines.html.

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