Oshkosh Corporation announced today that it has opened an Asia Procurement Center in Shanghai, China, as part of its global growth strategy.
Oshkosh Corporation also has offices in Beijing and Hong Kong, which illustrates the company’s strong outlook for continued strength in its expanding global business.
“Aggressive international growth leads our business strategy. Opening a procurement office in Shanghai allows us to support our global manufacturing efforts by leveraging a local supply of parts, which enhances our long-term competitiveness and strengthens our leadership position in the markets we serve,” said Robert Bohn, Oshkosh Corporation chairman and chief executive officer. “Broadening our global footprint with local offices increases the scale of our operations, which is key to fueling our future growth.”
Oshkosh Corporation employees and business partners gathered at the new Shanghai office for a celebratory ribbon-cutting ceremony. Company leaders spoke to guests about the company’s plan for conducting and growing business in China, and stressed the importance of strengthening strategic partnerships with suppliers.
The new corporate office is located at 1601, Yongda International Building; 2277, Long Yang Road; Shanghai, PRC.
The company has manufacturing facilities in 11 countries and additional service operations in 16 countries.