We are excited to move forward with the planning of our new global headquarters within the city of Oshkosh. Our new global headquarters will help us drive the Company’s People First culture, allow us to operate more efficiently, continue to retain and attract top talent and remain a key contributor in the community.
Did You Know…?
Oshkosh Corporation got its start in 1917 after founders B.A. Mosling and William Besserdich received more than 50 rejection letters for their patents to improve off road mobility.
Thanks to a strong ethical culture, Oshkosh Corporation was named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies in 2016 and 2017; one of only 124 companies around the world to achieve this honor.
In the Oshkosh Corporation Family, we strive to Make a Difference in People’s Lives with everything that we do.
In the city of Oshkosh alone, Oshkosh Corporation has more than 145 suppliers, on which we spend more than $150 million each year.
Through the Oshkosh Corporation Foundation and other charitable donations, more than $2.3 million was donated last year, with 80% of those donations being in the Fox Valley area of Wisconsin.
Thanks to feedback from team members and the Company’s People First Culture, Oshkosh Corporation was honored to be named one of the 2018 Glassdoor Best Places to Work.
To continually grow the Company’s People First Culture, Oshkosh Corporation seeks to Engage, Develop, and Connect team members by professional development opportunities, community engagement, and much more.
In 1996, Oshkosh Corporation began several acquisitions when it acquired Pierce Manufacturing (located in Appleton, Wis.).
In Fiscal Year 2017, Oshkosh Corporation reported revenue of $6.8 billion.
Oshkosh Corporation team members are active on community boards within the city of Oshkosh and spend countless hours in schools promoting science, technology, math, engineering, and manufacturing.