USA: Caterpillar to Exhibit at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014
- Business & Finance
At CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 (March 4-8, Las Vegas) Caterpillar will present its unmatched lineup of machines, technology and services designed with the primary goal of helping customers succeed.
Four Caterpillar exhibit areas totaling about 60,000 square feet of floor space, among the largest total display space at the show, will showcase more than 40 machines, most with integrated technologies that help equipment operators, managers and owners get the most from each machine, each hour of operation and throughout its full life cycle. The displays also present a variety of Cat work tools, U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final engines, components and service parts, all designed and manufactured to optimize the performance of Cat machines.
More than a dozen new Cat machines will make their North American trade show debut at CONEXPO-CON/AGG. The newest Cat machines to be displayed include F Series hydraulic excavators, M Series medium wheel loaders, new C Series articulated trucks and G Series off-highway rigid-frame trucks, a new track-type tractor, a new wheel tractor-scraper and a new track drill.
In the large North Hall exhibit, booth 10915, displays will focus on Cat Connect, which brings together Cat technology products and services in integrated and scalable forms. Regardless of the size and complexity of the operation or the number of machines utilized, Cat Connect gives customers the flexibility to find the right combinations of technologies and services to meet jobsite requirements and deliver positive business results.
The most recently introduced machines on display include the 336F Hybrid Hydraulic Excavator. The hydraulic hybrid technology proven to reduce fuel consumption by an average of 25 percent in 336G H applications now is incorporated in the refined 336F H. In addition to the hybrid machine, the largest of the new F Series line, the 390F, will be displayed and should be a focus of aggregates miners and large earthmoving contractors.
Press Release, January 28, 2014