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CAT Empty Container Handlers

CAT Empty Container Handlers

Lester M. Sears was the man who thought it might be good idea to adapt the farm tractor for use by industry over 80 years ago. He made the "Model L," and although it could appear a bit outdated now, it was packed with new ideas. The machinery changed and transformed the materials handling industry.

The first truck which Lester offered innovations on has become the standard today within the forklift industry. Several of these key features comprise: wheel drive, rear-wheel steering, hydraulic lifting and tilting and high speed forward and equal reverse gears.

In the year 1965 the company was obtained by Caterpillar and Lester started "Towmotor" and after that began CAT Lift Trucks. With the same dedication to sensible solutions, commitment to exceptional dependability and new ideas, CAT enjoys thinking that they are direct descendants of Lester's. The Model L was very strong and efficient that the model worked hard for more than 30 years prior to finally retiring.

Caterpillar formed a joint venture during 1992 with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries or MHI Ltd. They brought together marketing and financial strengths and technological strengths in the production of material handling equipment. The company has had their headquarters within Almere, the Netherlands ever since that time.

CAT lift trucks are currently amongst the best built equipment within the industry. CAT produces forklifts that operate on LPG, diesel, electric counter balanced models and gasoline engines. The company also manufactures a complete line of warehouse machines. The local CAT dealers are among the best within the industry and offer more than 80 years of relevant experience.

The particularly engineered RTCH rough terrain vehicle can operate in as much as 5 feet of sea water. This unit can function on soft soil locations like for instance unprepared beaches. The RTCH is able to handle the 8 foot wide and 20 to 40 foot long containers.

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