Changes To Oshkosh’s Fire and Emergency Group
Oshkosh Truck Corp. announced organizational appointments in its Fire and Emergency Group which it said is in order to drive greater agility in the execution of its business unit strategies. In the Fire and Emergency Group, John W. Randjelovic was promoted to CEO, and Thomas (Tom) D. Fenner to executive vice president of Oshkosh Truck and president of the Fire and Emergency Group. Wilson Jones was promoted to president of Pierce Manufacturing Inc.
Randjelovic, who remains an executive vice president with Oshkosh Truck Corp. was most recently president of the Fire Emergency Group and Pierce. Since joining Oshkosh Truck in 1992, Randjelovic has held various positions including vice president and general manager of the former Oshkosh Trailer division, and served as vice president and general manager of Pierce.
Fenner's appointment follows his most recent position as vice president, general manager for airport and municipal products business unit where he was responsible for airport products sales, engineering, production, and service. Fenner was also chief procurement officer for the corporation, where he was responsible for the company's strategic procurement activities, global sourcing and supply chain management and development. He has been with
Jones joined Oshkosh Truck in 2005 and was most recently vice president, sales and marketing for the Fire and Emergency Group. Prior to that position, Jones was the vice president, general manager, of the airport and municipal products business unit at Oshkosh Truck. Jones has more than 22 years experience in specialty vehicle manufacturing and has served on the Boards for both the Fire Apparatus Manufacturer's Association and the American Ambulance Association.
Oshkosh’s Fire and Emergency Group includes; Pierce Manufacturing Inc., Kewaunee Fabrications, Oshkosh airport and municipal products, Medtec Ambulance Corp., JerrDan Corp., BAI Brescia Antincendi International Srl, and Oshkosh Specialty Vehicles. The Group manufactures fire and rescue apparatus, aircraft rescue and firefighting and snow removal vehicles, ambulances, towing carriers and wreckers, and broadcast communications and mobile medical vehicles.Edit Module