|Mr. Wilson R. Jones||Chief Exec. Officer, Pres and Director||2.48M||10.2k||56|
|Mr. David M. Sagehorn||Chief Financial Officer and Exec. VP||1.47M||1.12M||54|
|Mr. Joseph H. Kimmitt||Exec. VP of Gov. Operations and Industry Relations||958.72k||892.8k||67|
|Mr. James W. Johnson||Exec. VP and Pres of Fire & Emergency Segment||923.86k||N/A||52|
|Mr. Frank R. Nerenhausen||Exec. VP and Pres of Access Equipment Segment||850.72k||N/A||53|
Oshkosh Corporation designs, manufactures, and markets specialty vehicles and vehicle bodies worldwide. The companys Access Equipment segment provides aerial work platforms and tele handlers for use in construction, agricultural, industrial, institutional, and general maintenance applications. This segment also offers rental fleet loans and leases, and floor plan and retail financing through third-party funding arrangements; towing and recovery equipment; carriers and wreckers; equipment installation; and chassis and service parts sales. Its Defense segment provides severe-duty, heavy-and medium-payload tactical trucks for the department of defense, such as hauling tanks, missile systems, ammunition, fuel, troops, and cargo for combat units and light-payload tactical vehicles. The companys Fire & Emergency segment offers custom and commercial fire apparatus; and emergency vehicles, such as pumpers, aerial platform, ladder and tiller trucks, tankers, rescue vehicles, wild land rough terrain response vehicles, mobile command and control centers, bomb squad vehicles, hazardous materials control vehicles, and other emergency response vehicles. This segment also offers snow removal vehicles; broadcast and communication vehicles comprising electronic field production trailers, and satellite and electronic news gathering vehicles; and command trucks, and military simulator shelters and trailers. Its Commercial segment offers front-and rear-discharge concrete mixers, portable and stationary concrete batch plants, and refuse collection vehicles to concrete ready-mix and waste services industries. The company was formerly known as Oshkosh Truck Corporation and changed its name to Oshkosh Corporation in February 2008. Oshkosh Corporation was founded in 1917 and is based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Oshkosh Corporation’s ISS Governance QualityScore as of July 1, 2017 is 1. The pillar scores are Audit: 1; Board: 1; Shareholder Rights: 1; Compensation: 2.