About Caterpillar

Caterpillar is a heavy industrial equipment manufacturing company headquartered in Deerfield, Illinois, USA. Its main products include agricultural, construction and mining engineering machinery and diesel engines, natural gas engines and gas turbine engines. According to its company website, Caterpillar (commonly referred to as CAT) is "the world's largest manufacturer of construction, mining equipment, diesel, natural gas engines, and industrial steam turbines." Some of their early innovations include track and a unique yellow Exterior. Caterpillar also produces a variety of construction vehicles, including Caterpillar bulldozers.

  The history of Caterpillar began at the end of the 19th century. Caterpillar was established on April 15, 1925. The Holt Manufacturing Company located in Stockton, California, and the CL company located in San Leandro, California. CL Best merged to form Caterpillar Tractor Company. Sales in the first year reached 13 million U.S. dollars. From 1925 to 1931, Caterpillar cooperated with the Soviet Union to rebuild or expand the tractor and harvester plants in Kharkiv, Leningrad and Stalingrad, and authorized the Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant to produce 60 models (ie ChTZ S-60). In 1929, sales reached $52.8 million. Even during the Great Depression, Caterpillar’s sales were still growing.

  After the company was founded, Caterpillar has undergone many changes, including diesel engines being adopted by the US Navy. During the Second World War, Caterpillar products were used by the U.S. Navy Engineer Corps to build facilities at the Pacific Operations Center. In the post-war construction boom, Caterpillar has grown rapidly. In 1950, he raised funds outside the United States for the first time and became a multinational company.

  Caterpillar's sales network has more than 400 vehicle products to choose from. Caterpillar's product line ranges from crawler bulldozers to hydraulic excavators, backhoes, road rollers, trucks, loaders and agricultural tractors. They can be used in construction, road construction, mining, forestry, energy, transmission, and material handling industries.

  Caterpillar is the world's largest manufacturer of wheel loaders. Medium (MWL) and large (LWL) wheel loaders are designed at the Aurora plant in Illinois. Medium-sized loaders are manufactured in Aurora, Illinois, USA; Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan; Charleroi, Belgium; Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil; India and China. The large loaders are only manufactured at the Aurora plant in Illinois.

Caterpillar’s current and historical vehicle products include: 

track tractors (bulldozers): CAT 30, CAT 45, CAT 60 and so on;

D-series: CAT D2, CAT D6, CAT D7, CAT D8, CAT D9, CAT D10, CAT D11 and so on;

Excavator: CAT 345C L,CAT 3306,CAT 320 and so on;

Wheel loaders: CAT 930G, CAT 992 and so on;

Truck: CAT 740 Ejector, CAT 797B, the world's largest mechanical truck 

Road Paver: CAT CS-533E and so on.

  Part of Caterpillar’s business is the production of diesel engines, natural gas engines and gas turbine engines. Caterpillar not only uses its engines in its own products, but its products are also used to drive some locomotives, large trailers, ships, and peaks. Power stations and emergency generators.

  Caterpillar parts are one of our main products. Bucket teeth, filters, engine parts, chassis parts, hydraulic parts, electrical components, etc., we all have advantages. If you need such products, you can contact us in time.

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