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Clearing the Way for Growth

Clearing the Way for Growth

“Based on advice from people I know in the industry, I started using Cat equipment from day one, and it was the right choice,” says Kaufmann, whose central Texas company does land clearing and grading for real estate developers, home builders and ranch owners.

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Improve Spring Landscaping Productivity with Versatile Attachments JasonHart

Improve Spring Landscaping Productivity with Versatile Attachments

JasonHart

Certain attachments are essential in landscaping applications and with performance capabilities continuously improving, it is helpful to stay on top of the latest advancements when considering your next attachment purchase.

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Caterpillar's New Hand and Foot Controls Option: Answering Your FAQs SkidSteerJeff

Caterpillar's New Hand and Foot Controls Option: Answering Your FAQs

SkidSteerJeff

Caterpillar recently announced that Hand and Foot Controls are now an option on 14 Cat® D Series Skid Steer, Multi Terrain and Compact Track Loader models. Since then, questions about the new option have been pouring in. We want to take this opportunity to answer some of the top questions from equipment owners and operators.

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Multiple Jobs in Less Time

Multiple Jobs in Less Time

Attachments increase Mini Excavator capability.

For digging, lifting and cleanup on jobsites with tight quarters, mini hydraulic excavators combine powerful performance with easy maneuverability. Able to go where larger machines can’t, mini hydraulic excavators are ideal for work in backyards, inside buildings and around fences. Their hydraulic systems enable them to quickly move large amounts of material, and attachments make these machines useful in many industries including landscaping, construction and agriculture.

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Improving Productivity In Agriculture with Versatile Attachments BarnCat

Improving Productivity In Agriculture with Versatile Attachments

BarnCat

Certain attachments are particularly useful in agriculture applications, and with performance abilities continuously improving, it is helpful to stay on top of the latest advancements when considering your next attachment purchase.

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Next Level

Maximizing productivity for today’s compact machines.

The Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration maintains 131 national cemeteries in 40 states and Puerto Rico, as well as 33 soldiers’ lots and monument sites.

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Technology Inside the Cab Helps Operators Boost Productivity RoyBrookhart

Technology Inside the Cab Helps Operators Boost Productivity

RoyBrookhart

In the construction industry, time is priceless. Whether your crew is working to meet a demanding timeline or just trying to get home at a reasonable hour, some machines offer technologies to boost productivity. Follow the tips below to get the job done quickly, correctly and most important – safely. We will discuss how to utilize built-in technology for loaders and small dozers, two commonly-used machine families.

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Formula for Success

Formula for Success

Third generation contractor treats employees, customers like family.

The secret to the long-term success of Coughlin Service Corp. is simple: Treat employees and customers like family, and everything else falls into place.

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Extend Your Reach

Extend Your Reach

Boost jobsite versatility and productivity with Telehandlers.

The growing need for efficiency and increased productivity on jobsites has led fleet owners to search for multipurpose equipment that is adaptable to a range of applications. Telescopic handlers, or telehandlers, are one of the most versatile machines available today. With great flexibility and performance, they can handle heavy bucket loads, reach impressive lift heights, maneuver through congested worksites and can even tow a trailer quickly from one location to another.

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Back in the Game

Back in the Game

Three years ago, Dean Fence was for all intents and purposes, out of business. The once-thriving land development company with 600 employees — like many — was a casualty of the recession, as housing development in the Valley of the Sun ground to a halt in 2009.

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