Ring Power Introduces Cat’s New Class 8 CT660 Trucks

Thu February 23, 2012 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


(L-R): Scott Miller, Ring Power’s truck division manager, explains some features to Craig Vorster and Chris Fara with Hubbard Construction at the Orlando event.
(L-R): Scott Miller, Ring Power’s truck division manager, explains some features to Craig Vorster and Chris Fara with Hubbard Construction at the Orlando event.
(L-R): Scott Miller, Ring Power’s truck division manager, explains some features to Craig Vorster and Chris Fara with Hubbard Construction at the Orlando event. The dump truck version drew a lot of lookers. Visitors got a chance to see a haul unit with a lowboy sitting behind it.

Ring Power recently hosted events at its Daytona Beach, Tallahassee and Orlando, Fla., facilities to introduce the new Cat over the road trucks to potential customers. The events gave those attending the opportunity to see the new Class 8 CT660 vocational truck. Both a dump truck version and the haul unit version were on hand. The CT660 can be set up as either a haul unit or have a dump body, concrete mixer, waste carrier, etc. mounted.

Ring Power is the Caterpillar dealer for central and northern Florida and is headquartered in Saint Augustine with branches in Lake City, Tallahassee, Ocala, Daytona Beach, Brooksville, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Tampa, Sarasota and Perry.

Ring Power’s truck division manager is Scott Miller and he can be reached at 904/494-1431 or scott.miller@ringpower.com.




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