With the brutal winter we’re about to have coming up (according to the Farmer’s Almanac), I thought it would be good for landscapers to know how to get the most out of their equipment and attachments.
Through spring, summer, fall and winter, Carolina CAT is your landscaping business’ best resource for innovative solutions to help you maintain project schedules, meet customer expectations and take your business to new heights.
Navigating the sea of apps in the AppStore can be hard. In this article we collected some of the top construction apps for you.
Need to know pricing and availability of parts but not ready to order? Planning to order parts in the future and would like to lock in your price? PartStore now offers a Quote Feature that customers can use to generate their own parts quotes.
Did you know the heavy equipment manufacturer has changed their logo seven times since the original Caterpillar – like logo appeared in 1925? Check them out here.
Are you ready for winter? You better start now. The Farmers Almanac is predicting a rough and cold winter. Read all the details in this article.
Annual repair and maintenance of wear items is crucial to keeping your pavers operating at peak efficiency. Here are 3 items you need to know about.
Landfill Compactors are extremely valuable machines and we want to ensure they stay running. Here are several tips about avoiding compactor fires.
In this article we feature several video demonstrations on how to care for your skid steer.
Fuel costs have most likely risen to one of your highest expenses. In this article, you'll learn what we are doing to help your machines burn less fuel and save you money.
Slopes and steep conditions are everywhere. No matter what job you are working on these are 10 tips that can help keep you safe when operating a machine on steep faces. These precautions are simple, but effective.
Your tires are what stand between your machine and the crazy, unpredictable conditions. Productivity and the life of your machine rely heavily on tires. Key differentiators are stability, agility, durability, and economy.
To successfully compete for bids, it is essential to demonstrate the use of advanced technology solutions from GPS to telematics to enhance productivity, efficiency and safety; reduce or eliminate cost overages; and reduce machine owning and operating costs.
“All of my operators love the Cat machines,” he adds. “We have used others, but once I started buying Cat machines years ago, my operators don’t want use anything else. The operator comfort seems to be superior─all of my operators just love ‘em.”
Which compact loader is best suited for which task? Find out in this article.
With Cat’s Work Tool attachments, you’ll quickly find the capabilities for your Cat Mini Hydraulic Excavator are seemingly endless. Take a good look at the great suggestions in this article to learn more about getting the most out of your Mini Excavator.
Thinking about using PartStore? Already using PartStore? This is a must read!
If you need to float an excavator on a barge, shovel lava, or complete any other crazy task, do NOT think “Too bad we can’t…” but think “I’m calling the Carolina Cat Rental Store. Their wide variety of rental equipment can do anything!”
Hydraulics Express, a division of Carolina Cat, held an open house on Sept. 5 at its facility in Charlotte, N.C.
Digging Deep: Cat 374D L Excavator does the heavy lifting for Carolina contractor. Embarking on its biggest project, to date, B.R.S. Inc. knew it would require another excavator to lay 43,000 feet of large-diameter sewer pipe in Charlotte, NC.
At The Daniel Group’s “Service Connect” Las Vegas Conference held
in late February, Carolina Cat’s Power Systems division was the recipient of the prestigious “Best Power Systems Service” award for 2012.