Oshkosh expecting 2022 to be 'lull' year before bouncing back

By Evan Ochsner / January 26, 2022 at 3:32 PM
Facing higher supply costs and lagging funding for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, Oshkosh is anticipating lower revenue in 2022 before seeing revenue increase in 2023 and 2024, company leaders said in a Jan. 26 earnings call. The anticipated uptick, which analysts on the call also forecasted, would be driven by the company’s trailer programs, Cold Weather All-Terrain vehicle, Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle and medium caliber weapons system, Oshkosh President and CEO John Pfeifer said. The programs would likely cause...

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