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JLG Industries Names Craig E. Paylor as New President

Mon June 11, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Craig E. Paylor has been named president of JLG Industries Inc.

Most recently, Paylor served as senior vice president of marketing for JLG with global responsibility for business development, sales, marketing, customer service and aftermarket. Since joining JLG in 1978 as a district manager, Paylor has held increasingly responsible, customer-focused roles primarily in the areas of sales, marketing and business development.

In 1996, Paylor became an officer of JLG and was appointed senior vice president of sales and market development in 1999. During his nearly 30 years with JLG, the company has grown from annual revenues of $40 million to $2.3 billion in fiscal 2006.

“Craig brings exceptionally strong leadership skills, broad business acumen, international business management capabilities and an acutely perceptive understanding of JLG’s customers and markets to this role. He has led many of the developments in the access equipment industry during his career, including JLG’s most recent ServicePlus initiative, which offers improved life cycle management to rental and end user customers. I am delighted we found such an outstanding leader within JLG and am confident in his ability to drive JLG’s growth in revenues and development of its value proposition for the global market,” said Robert G. Bohn, Oshkosh’s chairman, president and chief executive officer.

Paylor succeeds Charlie Szews, Oshkosh’s executive vice president and chief financial officer, in the position. Szews had been acting president since Oshkosh’s acquisition of JLG in December 2006 and now returns full time to his corporate responsibilities.

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