CAT Empty Container Handlers
Lester M. Sears was the man who believed it might be good idea to modify the farm tractor for use by industry more than 80 years ago. He created the "Model L," and though it could appear quite outdated now, it was packed with new ideas. The equipment transformed and changed the materials handling industry.
Lester's first truck provided innovations which have become basic these days within the forklift business. Some of these key features include: rear-wheel steering, wheel drive, hydraulic lifting and tilting and high speed forward and equal reverse gears.
Lester began the "Towmotor" and afterward began CAT Lift Trucks, after being obtained by Caterpillar during 1965. With the same dedication to practical solutions, dedication to extraordinary reliability and new ideas, CAT enjoys thinking that they are direct descendants of Lester's. The Model L was so efficient and strong that the prototype worked hard for more than 30 years prior to finally retiring.
It was then in the year 1992, when Caterpillar joined Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in a joint venture. They brought together technological strengths and financial and marketing strengths in the production of material handling equipment. The corporation has had their headquarters in Almere, the Netherlands since that time.
Presently, CAT Forklifts are among the best-built within the business. These equipment are available in diesel, LPG, electric counter balanced units and gasoline engines. The corporation also manufactures an entire series of warehouse machinery. The local CAT dealers are amongst the very best in the business and provide more than 80 years of pertinent experience.
The RTCH is a particularly designed rough terrain vehicle which is able to operate in up to 5 feet of sea water and utilizes 4-wheel drive. This particular unit is capable of functioning on soft soil locations such as unprepared beaches. The RTCH is able to handle the 8 foot wide and 20 to 40 foot long containers.
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