How Oshkosh Uses Smart Manufacturing to Build the World's Toughest Equipment
John Pfeifer, President and CEO of Oshkosh Corporation
The Oshkosh brand is instantly recognized for its specialty trucks and access equipment. But the company is about more than building the world's toughest equipment; they're committed to making a difference in people's lives. And that means every piece of equipment they manufacture is designed to empower people and keep communities safe.
Leading this charge is John Pfeifer, President and CEO of Oshkosh Corporation, who joins us in this episode of the podcast to discuss how connected smart manufacturing is driving innovation in the company.
From solving supply chain challenges, to implementing Industry 4.0 as a lean tool, to leveraging data from production to end-consumer use, our audience will glean great insights into the world of smart manufacturing.
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