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After-hours buzz: Oshkosh, Nimble, Solera & more

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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:

Specialty truck maker Oshkosh jumped 12 percent after it landed a $6.7 billion contract to produce military trucks that will replace the Humvee.

Data storage provider Nimble Storage saw its shares rise about 2 percent after it reported an adjusted second-quarter loss of 10 cents a share, narrower than the loss of 11 cents a share analysts were predicting. Revenue rose 49 percent year-over-year to $80 million.

Offshore driller Transocean tumbled 11 percent after it said it would seek shareholder's OK to cancel its third and fourth quarter dividend payments.

Solera Holdings, which specializes in automobile collision claims software, after the company reported adjusted fourth-quarter earnings of 81 cents per share, topping estimates by a penny. The company's revenue of $297.1 million also beat Wall Street's estimates.

American Tower shares rose about 3 percent after Stifel resumed coverage of the real estate investment trust with a "buy" rating.

Crown Castle International, which is also a wireless tower REIT, increased after hours on news that Stifel resumed coverage of the firm with a "buy" rating. The stock rose as much as 2 percent after the market closed.