OTC, a QS-9000 certified plant, is a major manufacturer and supplier of vehicle electronic diagnostic instruments, automotive fuel system maintenance equipment, special service tools, general purpose tools, pullers, heavy duty tools, shop equipment and hydraulic components. Located in Owatonna, Minnesota, OTC was founded in 1925, and in 1985 was acquired by the SPX Corporation, a multi-national company headquartered in Muskegon, Michigan. Today, OTC is part of the SPX Service Solutions Group, which includes Kent-Moore of Warren, Michigan. OTC markets its products through a global network of authorized aftermarket distributors, and serves a large number of car, truck, agricultural implement, construction and marine manufacturers on an OEM basis. OTC has two manufacturing facilities in Owatonna, Minnesota, and operating units in the United Kingdom, Germany, and Japan. Its Eisenhower Drive facility in Owatonna designs and manufactures special tools and shop equipment. The Park Drive facility, also located in Owatonna, designs and manufactures OTC's electronic diagnostic equipment. Overseas operating units include OTC Tool GMBH, Langenfeld, Germany, V.L. Churchill, Daventry, England, and JATEK, Tokyo, Japan.