Oshkosh opens office

May 2008
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The article reports on the opening of an Asia Procurement Center by Oshkosh Corp. in Shanghai, China. The center serves as part of the plan of the company to expand in the international market. The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by company leaders. The executives gave a talk about their plans for conducting business in the country and strengthening partnerships with suppliers.


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