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Buying New vs. Used Heavy Equipment

Buying New vs. Used Heavy Equipment

2/15/2019

Making the choice between new or used heavy equipment depends on your unique position and what’s in your company’s best interest. That includes both short-term and long-term equipment inventory requirements. Each purchasing route has its pros and cons.

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Landscaping Equipment Guide

Landscaping Equipment Guide

2/15/2019

If you’re a landscaping professional, landscape business owner, or manager of a landscaping equipment fleet, you know how important it is to have essential landscaping tools. That includes landscaping heavy equipment and lighter-duty landscaping tools such as the multitude of attachments available to make your jobs easier and more profitable. As a resource on what’s new with the latest and greatest Cat® machinery, we’ve put together this handy equipment guide for landscaping businesses.

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Effective, Inexpensive PPE For Summer

Effective, Inexpensive PPE For Summer

5/10/2018

What's hotter than a desert in summer?

The surface of the sun? Hot coals? We might be exaggerating just a bit, but we all know the summer brings heat, heat, heat to Nevada. And with that heat, there must be extra safety precautions for people working in heated conditions - particularly Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

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Stop Stressing Out Your Heavy Equipment!

Stop Stressing Out Your Heavy Equipment!

3/12/2018

If you’re just turning on your machine and taking off, chances are that you’re putting unnecessary stress on your components. Which means you could end up putting unnecessary stress on your wallet.

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GET Selection & Management That Saves You Money

GET Selection & Management That Saves You Money

10/16/2017

Ground Engaging Tools (GET)... did you know that your lifetime investment in GET can actually exceed the original purchase price of your machine? That’s why it’s important to a) choose the right GET, and b) manage your GET to maximize its life. 

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