Cat Lift Trucks are some of the finest within the business, offering exceptional gasoline, LPG, diesel, or electric counter-balanced lift truck units. Cat offers a huge variety of equipment and machines to handle all your warehouse requirements. Now, Cat Lift Trucks are manufactured within facilities which are ISO certified situated around the globe within the Netherlands, Japan, and the United States.
A farmer named Lester Sears, altered one of his farm tractors during the early part of the 1900s. The "Model-L" tractor was the invention he came up with helped to literally change the way materials were handled. This original truck that Lester created had features such as equal high-speed forward and reverse gears, rear-wheel steering, under-the-load front wheel drive and hydraulic tilting and lifting. This model was so innovative that it was used for 30 years before newer technology finally caught up and took over. Though the "Model-L" has changed considerably ever since it was originally made, it was full of new ideas which are still used nowadays. In the 1960s, Lester Sears sold his business, Towmotor, to Caterpillar. The new corporation was called Cat Lift Trucks, which strives to provide the innovative services and uphold the values which Towmotor was known for.
In North America, buyers, owners and operators alike could depend on ease of use, great operator ergonomics, and productivity that come with the durability, versatility, reach and power that comes with all Cat Lift Truck machinery. All of this is offered with a low ownership cost. A network of trusted dealers all over the globe can help you or your business to find what you require from a huge variety of machines and equipment. Cat Lift Truck dealers can depend on numerous years of experience and knowledge to ensure that the material handling requirements of your company are maintained and met over the life of the machinery. When purchasing Cat Lift Truck machinery, customers know they could get high-quality, professional service to keep their trucks operating.