For the finest in the business, whether it's diesel, gasoline, LPG or electric counter-balanced units, Cat Lift Trucks is the name to count on. Along with machinery, Cat provides a huge array of machinery for all your warehouse requirements. Currently, Cat Lift Trucks are made inside facilities which are ISO certified located around the world in the USA, the Netherlands and Japan.
A farmer named Lester Sears, modified one of his farm tractors during the early 1900s. The "Model-L" tractor was the creation he came up with helped to literally change the way materials were handled. This first truck that Lester created included features such as rear-wheel steering, equal high-speed forward and reverse gears, under-the-load front wheel drive and hydraulic lifting and tilting. This model was so ground-breaking that it was utilized for 30 years before newer technology finally caught up and took over. Though the "Model-L" has altered significantly since it was first made, it was full of new ideas that are still utilized these days. During the mid-, Lester Sears sold his business, Towmotor, to Caterpillar. The new corporation was called Cat Lift Trucks, which strives to uphold the values and provide the innovative services that Towmotor was known for.
The North American material handling industry has come to depend on Cat's great operator ergonomics, ease of use, and productivity in addition to its machinery durability, versatility, power, and reach. All of this is offered with a low ownership cost. A network of trusted dealers all around the world can help your company or you to find what you require from a huge variety of equipment and machines. Cat Lift Truck dealers could rely on numerous years of experience and knowledge to ensure that the material handling requirements of your business are maintained and met over the life of the product. When buying Cat Lift Truck machines, customers know they can get excellent, expert service to keep their trucks running.