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Carolina Cat Hosts Food Truck Friday Customer Appreciation Event

Fri June 15, 2018 - Southeast Edition #13
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Alvin McNeill (L) of T.H. Blue Inc. in Eagle Springs, N.C. and Charlie Orr of Carolina Cat, stand in front of a Cat 563D feller buncher with a Cat HFW221 cutting head.
Alvin McNeill (L) of T.H. Blue Inc. in Eagle Springs, N.C. and Charlie Orr of Carolina Cat, stand in front of a Cat 563D feller buncher with a Cat HFW221 cutting head.
Alvin McNeill (L) of T.H. Blue Inc. in Eagle Springs, N.C. and Charlie Orr of Carolina Cat, stand in front of a Cat 563D feller buncher with a Cat HFW221 cutting head. (L-R): Matt Ragan, Alec Hudson, D.J. Freeman and David Hyatt make up the Carolina Cat Troy, N.C., team. (L-R): In front of the Cat 535D skidder are Bruce Evans of Timber Stand Improvements in Mt. Gillead, N.C.; Marc Franks of Carolina Cat; and Billy McCormick of McCormick Logging in Mt. Gillead, N.C. Guests lined up for the food truck’s delicious bison burgers. Nat Black (L) of Nat Black Logging and Marc Franks of Carolina Cat, enjoy the event. (L-R): Brian Scott, Janis Hargett, Joe Reynolds and Sharon Pigford, all of Uwharrie Environmental, a division of Republic Services, check out some of the equipment. (L-R): Matt McDonald and Mark Kincer, both of Carolina Cat, welcome Tim Russell of J.T. Russel & Sons in Albemarle, N.C., to the event. Jim Russell of J.T. Russell & Sons in Albemarle, N.C., is registered by Nikki Maple (C) and Caroline Marston, both of Carolina Cat. (L-R): Mark Kincer and Woody Jones, both of Carolina Cat, chat with Clay, Ashley and Craig Allen of Allen Brothers Timber Company in Rockingham, N.C. (L-R): Samuel Martinez, Daniel McGuirt, Jesus Garcia and Reymol Cortez, all of J.T. Russell & Sons in Albermarle, N.C., discuss the equipment available at the event.

On June 8, Carolina Cat held its popular food truck Friday customer appreciation event at its Troy, N.C., facility.

River Wild Food Truck served up made-to-order bison burgers with fries that were enjoyed by everyone.

Carolina Cat had several forestry machines on hand for its customers to check out including the Cat 535D skidder, Cat 563D feller buncher and several pieces of low-hour used machines.

Building on Caterpillar's 40+ years' experience designing and manufacturing skidders, the Cat D Series wheel skidder delivers more productivity at lower operating cost. Get more wood to the landing faster in a stable machine with a roomy, comfortable environment for the operator. Advanced hydraulics speed up multi-functioning and cycle times and offer more lift capacity. The D Series runs cool and is designed to keep debris from collecting inside the machine. Tilting cab and other access points cut the time needed for daily maintenance and servicing.

From thinning through final harvest applications on flat or hilly terrain, the C Series model lineup is very versatile. The heart of the C Series wheel feller buncher family is the 563C. The 563C is the most versatile machine, balancing power and fuel economy with excellent stability and a short wheelbase for improved agility.

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