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IMT introduces new Dominator® III mechanics truck, enhanced DOM I, telescopic crane, and air compressor at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017

March 06, 2017

GARNER, Iowa (March 6, 2017) – Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc. (IMT), an Oshkosh Corporation company (NYSE:OSK), is pleased to announce that it will introduce the new Dominator® III mechanics truck, an enhanced Dominator I package, 12,000-pound telescopic crane and air compressor at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 in Las Vegas. 
“The core values IMT has always relied on — tried-and-true durability, reliability, value innovation, and delighting customers — continue to influence every enhancement and upgrade we make to our mechanics trucks,” said Jim Hasty, general manager of IMT. “Increasing the capacity of the Dominator III and 12,000-pound crane package is a direct response to our customer’s evolving needs.” 
The Dominator III package was enhanced to meet the needs of customers who require more lifting capacity than the 10,000-pound maximum offered by the Dominator II. The weight of the new Dominator III model has been reduced by more than 500 pounds, making it significantly lighter than previous models, while maintaining stability and providing extra lift performance in critical work zones.   
“The new Dominator III body includes enhancements to provide operators improved durability along with all the benefits they expect from IMT,” said Hasty. “We upgraded several aspects of the Dominator III and Dominator I to expand our truck’s capabilities in response to our customer’s growing application needs.”
IMT updated the Dominator I mechanics truck crane body, which now supports an 8600 crane package. The 12,000-pound telescopic crane also underwent upgrades and now has an increased capacity, most evident when lifting between 15 and 60 degrees. The IMT 12,000-pound crane outperforms competitors, and it can clear a 12,000-pound load easily, excelling in zones where operators work. It continues to feature a 30-foot 11-inch maximum horizontal reach. Its increased capabilities also complement the improved, lighter Dominator III body. 
Upgrades to the IMT CAS40P air compressor will also be on display at the show. The compressor is now designed for use in all weather conditions, with specific improvements to its capabilities in cold weather, such as a thermal valve in the hydraulic circuit of the machine. Thoughtful design improvements, such as the option to locate gauges on either side of the package, and a new three-in-one compressor discharge design, contribute to a modern, clean look. The all-weather air compressor is now called CAS40P-AW.  
Reimagining the capabilities of the Dominator I, Dominator III, 12,000-pound telescopic crane and CAS40P-AW is all a part of IMT’s commitment to evolving with its customers.

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About IMT
Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation [NYSE: OSK] company, began in 1961 as a business providing new tread designs for recapping tires. The company has grown to become the leading manufacturer and supplier of service vehicles, cranes, hydraulic loaders and air compressors for tire, mining, construction, material handling and utility markets around the world. For more information, visit 
About Oshkosh Corporation
Founded in 1917, Oshkosh Corporation is 100 years strong and continues to make a difference in people’s lives. Oshkosh brings together a unique set of integrated capabilities and diverse end markets that, when combined with the Company’s MOVE strategy and positive long-term outlook, illustrate why Oshkosh is a different integrated global industrial.  The Company is a leader in designing, manufacturing and servicing a broad range of access equipment, commercial, fire & emergency, military and specialty vehicles and vehicle bodies under the brands of Oshkosh®, JLG®, Pierce®, McNeilus®, Jerr-Dan®, Frontline™, CON-E-CO®, London® and IMT®.
Today, Oshkosh Corporation is a Fortune 500 Company with fiscal 2016 sales of $6.28 billion. Powered by 13,800 dedicated team members, Oshkosh has manufacturing operations on four continents, and its products, recognized around the world for quality, durability and innovation, can be found in more than 150 countries around the globe.  As a different integrated global industrial, Oshkosh is committed to making a difference for team members, customers, shareholders, communities and the environment. For more information, please visit
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