Milton CAT Demofest Offers Chance to Get Behind the Controls

In the demonstration area, Milton CAT created typical job site situations, including mountains of mulch, enormous cubes of concrete and heavy timber.

Tue November 18, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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The Milton CAT Demofest provided an opportunity to test the equipment.
The Milton CAT Demofest provided an opportunity to test the equipment.
The Milton CAT Demofest provided an opportunity to test the equipment. Attendees included landscapers, roofers, construction crews and municipalities. John Huck (L), corporate sales trainer of Milton CAT, talks with David Sheridan, a guest of the Demofest. A Milton CAT representative goes over the specs of this 304E during the event. A Milton CAT expert shows an attendee how SITECH automation works. The Milton CAT Demofest provided an opportunity to test the equipment.

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. In the demonstration area, Milton CAT created typical job site situations, including mountains of mulch, enormous cubes of concrete and heavy timber. Operators hauled, dumped, scraped and flattened materials all afternoon.

Skids steers and bulldozers drew attention with the attendees, which included landscapers, roofers, construction crews and municipalities. Homemade chili and country music greeted guests in the reception tent. Milton CAT held drawings for various prizes including credit bonuses.

The goal of the festival was to introduce a medium size user to the world of Milton CAT machinery.




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