When most people think of Caterpillar, the first image that comes to mind is one of heavy equipment cast in our trademark yellow iron. This legacy is part of our past and present: we are the world’s leading manufacturer of heavy equipment. However, at the same time, we are bringing about a future that marries silicon with steel.
Ninigret Salt Marsh in Charlestown, Rhode Island, serves as a nursery for fish, a feeding ground for wading birds and a nesting area for migratory species. The Ashdod port in Israel is one of the country’s two main cargo ports.
Click here to learn about two examples of how dredging is improving the environment and enhancing the natural infrastructure and local economy at these two locations.
Through monitoring fuel-burn and carefully managing resource consumption, customers can improve job site efficiency while protecting the environment in which they operate
Recently, Caterpillar introduced a new framework of technologies and services — called Cat® Connect — to help customers in other industries monitor, manage and enhance their operations, which will, in turn, improve their bottom line.