JLG Industries
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About JLG Industries

JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company, is an American designer, manufacturer and marketer of access equipment (aerial work platforms and telehandlers). The company’s products extend beyond its own well-known brand of AWPs and telehandlers to SkyTrak® and Lull® telehandlers; TRIPLE-L® trailers, LiftPod®, and a growing line of JLG® vertical – 
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JLG COMPANY PROFILE The Oshkosh Access Equipment Segment is part of Oshkosh Corporation, which is a Fortune 500, multi-billion dollar company, and consists of the JLG and Jerr-Dan brands.  JLG, is committed to being the provider of choice worldwide for access equipment.  The Company's diverse product portfolio includes JLG aerial work platforms and telehandlers, as well as SkyTrak brand telehandlers. Jerr-Dan is a leader in the towing industry and this year celebrates its 45th business anniversary. Jerr-Dan tow trucks, whether it be wreckers or carriers, have a proven track record in vehicle recovery. JLG is an Oshkosh Corporation Company [NYSE: OSK]. OUR MISSION Through leadership, teamwork and dedication, we will provide world-class excellence in quality, service and delivery to our distributors and customers, opportunity and enrichment for our employees and superior performance for our shareholders. The JLG Story: Reaching Out Since 1969 JLG has been Reaching Out to meet your highest challenges since the very beginning when founder, John L. Grove, set out to resolve a growing concern in the construction industry. After Grove left a successful crane manufacturing company that he co-founded, he learned of a pressing need for a machine that could safely and quickly lift workers in the air to perform construction and maintenance functions. He focused his energy on this challenge by starting JLG Industries, Inc. in 1969. With a crew of just 20 workers and a small metal fabrication shop in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania, the first JLG aerial work platform was sold in 1970. When Grove passed away in 2003, he left behind a legacy – a company that continues to expand into other global markets, developing innovative products and reaching out to help customers be more productive, while workly safely at height.

Jerr Dan

JERR DAN COMPANY PROFILE Rugged, reliable Jerr-Dan towing and recovery equipment is proudly manufactured in the USA. Every Jerr-Dan product offers superior roadside safety, along with the rugged power, versatility and reliability your business demands. Jerr-Dan towing and recovery equipment also features industry-transforming innovations, like our standard-duty Side Recovery System (SRS). This feature is designed to make your Jerr-Dan carrier the most profitable one in your fleet. Just like you, your Jerr-Dan earns its keep day in and day out. JERR DAN HISTORY Jerr-Dan’s beginnings reach back more than a half century to 1959, when farm equipment maker Grove Manufacturing began developing a carrier for its products. Over time, that carrier would become known by a variety of names, including “rollback,” “tilt-bed,” “slideback,” or “flatbed.” In 1972, Jerr-Dan was formed by J. Pool and D. Reynolds. The company built EZ-Dumpers and tow trucks. One year later, Jerr-Dan purchased Grove Manufacturing Company’s agricultural industrial product division. Over the course of the next four decades, Jerr-Dan would become an innovator in the towing and recovery business, developing the first extruded aluminum deck for a rollback in the industry, and designing a wheel lift-type wrecker that is now standard in the towing world. With some of the most innovative and creative engineers and designers in the business, Jerr-Dan has earned more than 25 patents around the world for its products, including the advanced rollback wheel-lift and the lightweight/rust resistant tow truck body. In 2004, Jerr-Dan was acquired by Oshkosh Corporation, which designs and builds specialty trucks and truck bodies and access equipment. With manufacturing operations in 9 countries, the company employs 13,100 people around the world, selling products in more than 130 countries. Today, Jerr-Dan continues to be the leader in the towing and recovery business. With an unsurpassed commitment to product innovation, quality, value and customer service, as well as a superior distribution network, Jerr-Dan is poised for solid growth and global expansion in the years to come.

People First

WORKING FOR JLG AND JERR DAN: PEOPLE FIRST CULTURE Our business success depends on focusing on our People, rallying around a shared Purpose, and creating value for our customers through our superior Performance.    At JLG and Jerr Dan, we have some of the most talented and skilled people in the industry working for us. When you’re part of the JLG and Jerr Dan teams, you’re joining a global network committed to the same goal: reaching out with solutions that meet our customers’ challenges. The access segment of Oshkosh Corporation is dedicated to providing you with a safe working environment and providing equal opportunities to all of our employees. LOCATIONS JLG has 39 sales and service locations globally; our largest manufacturing facility is located in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania. We have additional manufacturing facilities in Pennsylvania and Ohio in the United States, as well as in France and Belgium. AWARDS In 2016 JLG was awarded OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) STAR Site certification for the Company's commitment to the health and safety of its employees at its Shippensburg and Bedford, Pennsylvania facilities. JLG is the first company in the access industry to achieve this recognition from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and both facilities are the first in Cumberland and Bedford Counties in Pennsylvania to be named Safety Through Accountability and Reliability (STAR) Sites.  Employees at the JLG Shippensburg plant manufacture boom and scissor lifts, as well as telehandlers, while those at the Bedford facility recondition boom lifts and telehandlers to like-new condition.


Whether you’re an engineer, a business analyst, or a welder, the work you do every day at Oshkosh Corporation is making a difference. The work you do at Oshkosh matters. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT At Oshkosh Corporation, we believe in giving back to the communities is which we operate; carrying forth the company’s tradition of giving, a practice that started more than 100 years ago. Through team member volunteer programs, corporate involvement and monetary donations, we support a variety of social, educational and human welfare causes. Employees within the Access Segment support the company’s goal to give back and be active participants in our local communities. Our feed forward initiative allows employees to engage with one another and the broader community. Some of our recent efforts include highway clean up, adopt-a-family, adopt-a-troop, stuff the bus and habit for humanity initiatives. SUSTAINABILITY Sustainability at Oshkosh Corporation is defined as how we’re making a difference for our people and the communities in which we live, as well as our customers and the environment. To learn more about sustainability at Oshkosh, visit: http://www.sustainability.oshkoshcorp.com/ DIVERSITY & INCLUSION  Our diversity and inclusion strategy connects employees, communities, customers and suppliers to the company's long-term business success. We define success as every employee feeling valued, respected, and engaged.  We achieve this success by focusing on a People First culture and attracting and retaining a diverse, highly-skilled and fully engaged workforce.

The Oshkosh Way

THE OSHKOSH WAY: OUR COMMITMENT TO CORE VALUES Vital to the success of Oshkosh Corporation is our commitment to fostering an ethical culture. While we respect the diversity of cultures between each of our business segments, our core values bind us together as One Oshkosh. The values of Honesty, Accountability, Integrity, Respect and Citizenship are central to our ethical decision-making framework. The Oshkosh brand and reputation have been unmatched for the past 100 years, and it is our commitment to doing things the right way, The Oshkosh Way, that will be a key ingredient to delivering superior performance for the next 100 years. This includes attracting and retaining exceptional employees, shareholders, customers, suppliers and dealers around the globe. Oshkosh Corporation was one of only 124 companies around the world to be recognized as a 2017 World’s Most Ethical Company. Wilson Jones, Oshkosh Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer, says “At Oshkosh, our team members embrace the idea of ethical behavior in everything they do. It is a fundamental part of our culture, and is our way of doing business each and everyday.” This is what we call The Oshkosh Way.