The first batch of front-discharge concrete mixers featuring Mack Trucks Inc. engines and redesigned Oshkosh S-Series concrete carriers that recently began hitting roadways marks another step in Oshkosh Truck Corp.'s notable diversification efforts. Oshkosh, primarily a defense contractor until 1996, announced the tie up with Mack last December. It was the Oshkosh, WI-based manufacturer's third major business move with another company in two years. Mack's underutilized Pleasant Grove, ...
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