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Milton CAT Seminars Focus on Care of Compact Equipment
Milton CAT hosted complimentary seminars on caring for and maintaining Cat compact equipment. The seminars were geared to owners of one or two machines. According to Milton CAT VP of Sales, Dave Perry, in today’s very competitive environment, contractors don’t want to waste a single opportunity for getting new business or holding onto existing projects, and making sure their equipment is well cared for to avoid downtime is a top concern.
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Cat Paving Expert Headlines Milton CAT Workshop in N.Y.
The success of the recent paving workshop sponsored by Milton CAT at the Syracuse New York State Fairgrounds was a clear indication of the speaker’s reputation, and the importance of the subjects he covered.
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Milton CAT Holds Open House at Mass. Headquarters
According to company officials at Milton CAT, the success of a recent open house for students, their families and school representatives was a clear sign — young people need real-life choices as they make decisions regarding their careers and their future, and they appreciate the opportunity to learn more about the different paths they can take to reach their goals.
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Milton CAT Demofest Offers Chance to Get Behind the Controls
Attendees of the Milton CAT Demofest in Batavia, N.Y., on Oct. 16 had the chance to get behind the controls of a variety of heavy equipment, including wheel loaders, backhoe loaders, mini-excavators, compact track loaders and trucks.
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Guests Try Out Equipment at Milton CAT's DemoFest
Contractors, public works officials, scrap yard operators and many other types of equipment owners from across central New York were in attendance when Milton CAT held a DemoFest at its Syracuse, N.
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Milton CAT Holds New Product Event in Clifton Park
Milton CAT held a New Product Preview Days event June 19 and 20 near its eastern New York location in Clifton Park, N.Y.
During the event, area contractors and municipalities were given the opportunity to see the newest models of Caterpillar equipment at work in a quarry setting.
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Milton CAT's Product Preview Showcase Holds Successful Massachusetts Event
A two-day equipment, technology and product support solutions event was held by Milton CAT at its Milford, Mass., location on May 8 and 9. The same event will be held in Batavia, N.Y., on June 5 and 6 and in Clifton Park, N.
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Milton CAT to Carry Metso Throughout Its Entire Territory
Milton CAT Vice President of Sales, Dave Perry, has announced that effective immediately, successful negotiations with Metso have resulted in the Milford, Mass. based company becoming the authorized dealer for mobile crushing equipment to the contractor market segment for Milton CAT’s entire territory.
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New Tier IV Generators Available for Rent at Milton CAT
According to company spokespeople, Milton CAT, the Northeast and upstate New York Cat dealer, has Tier IV generators available for rent and has already placed several at customers’ locations.
“We have taken delivery of packaged diesel units that are certified to meet national EPA Tier IV interim emissions standards and we have customers who have already taken advantage of this,” said John Banks, Milton CAT’s manager of generator rentals.
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Six Months After Irene Slammed Vt. Recovery Rate Labeled 'Astonishing'
“Water is a solid.”
We are not used to thinking that way about water. That statement turns things upside down — which is what happened in Vermont last August, when Irene hit the state. The equal opportunity flood ravaged trailers and fancy vacation homes, highways and backroads, libraries and bars — and bridges, old and new.
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